Lefayet Sultan Lipol is a new licentiate with us in textile recycling. He will participate in a project entitled: "Regenerated Fibers from Textile Waste and Fresh Wood Pulp" and the project is financed by the Kempestiftelserna. It is an important research area where MoRe Research strengthens its competence to meet future requests.
This is how Lipol presents itself:
My name is Lefayet Sultan Lipol and I come from Bangladesh. For the next eight years I worked in Bangladesh at Northern University Bangladesh as a lecturer in the textile department. I have also worked as an engineer for a textile company for a year.
I have completed the master's program in textile technology from the University of Borås. At RISE, I did my master's thesis. Now I work as a licentiate at More Research and Mittuniversitet.
My project title is "Regenerated Fibers from Textile Waste and Fresh Wood Pulp" and the project is financed by the Kempestiftelserna. My supervisors are Magnus Norgen (Mittuniversitet) and Diana Reyes Forsberg (More) and others. Two companies linked to our research; Renewcell and Domsjö Fabriker.
It feels great and exciting to work here because everyone is friendly. Here I mainly work in the viscose laboratory. It is always challenging to work to produce fiber from textile waste and paper pulp together. Textile waste mixes with cellulose and polyester/spandex and then the spinning process becomes more difficult.