Three PhD student scholarships are available in the School of Molecular and Life Sciences at Curtin University, Australia. The successful candidates will work with Associate Professor Guohua Jia on his Australian Research Council (ARC) Future Fellowship project (2D nanomaterial heterostructures for photocatalytic hydrogen production), ARC Discovery project (Inorganic/organic Hybrids for flexible thermoelectric generators) and The Hebrew University of Jerusalem – Zelman Cowen Academic Initiatives (ZCAI) Joint Project (Modern X-ray detectors based on 2D metal halide perovskites). These projects aim to develop inorganic nanocrystals with controlled size, shape, composition that are responsive to light, heat and x-ray towards energy harvesting and storage, thermoelectric and optoelectronic devices. This scholarship application is open until filled.
2022 HDR Scholarships in Engineering is available to undertake PhD level programs at Curtin University.
Following subject are available to study under this scholarship program.
The successful candidate will receive a stipend valued at around $29,000 per annum.
The duration of the scholarship shall be for three years with a possible extension of up to six months provided the student meets eligibility guidelines as per the conditions of award.
The scholarship will cover tuition fees for the duration of the award.
For both domestic and international students.
Minimum requirement: Bachelor degree (first-class honours or upper second-class honours) in Chemistry, Materials Engineering or related fields.