Mohammad Neaz Morshed

Faculty of Textiles, Engineering and Business (including The Swedish School of Textiles)

Department of Textile Technology

Telephone: 033-435 4804

Mobile: 0790-981035

Email: mohammad_neaz.morshed@hb.se

Room number: s457

Signature: MOMO

Mohammad Neaz Morshed is a researcher in Textile Materials Technology at the Swedish School of Textiles in University of Borås since March 2019. He has completed his PhD in Textile technology under the framework of Erasmus Mundus joint doctorate fellowship program about sustainable management and design for textiles (SMDTex) in collaboration with University of Borås (Sweden), Ecole Nationale Supérieure des Arts et Industries Textiles (ENSAIT)/ GEMTEX Laboratory (France), University of Lille (France) and Soochow University (China).

Dr. Morshed has been previously appointed in ENSAIT/GEMTEX as a doctoral researcher from September 2017 to February 2019. He holds a master degree in the field of Textile Science and Engineering from Wuhan Textile University (China) and a Bachelor degree in Textile Engineering from Southeast University (Bangladesh). He is a National Champion of multilayered competition among Textile, Fashion and Apparel engineering students in Bangladesh, also awarded as outstanding international student at Wuhan Textile University with several other awards. Dr. Morshed is an expert in the field of surface/interface science, textile material chemistry, textile biotechnology, and catalytic wastewater treatment systems. His current area of focus is surface modifications (coating, printing) and functionalization (catalysts immobilization) of textile for various smart and green chemistry applications [e.g., heterogeneous catalysis, advance oxidation processes] with a focus on eco-friendly and resource efficient preparation method. He has been involved in several EU, national and internationally funded projects.

 

Supervisor for master students

  1. Jesmin Akhter (Principle Supervisor)

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