PhD Scholarship for the Design and Development of Electrodes for Electrochemical CO2 Reduction

PhD project to investigate chemical and advanced manufacturing approaches to fabricate structured electrodes. The influence of structural variation on the electrode performance will lead to morphological optimisation.

PhD Scholarship for a chemistry, materials or chemical engineering student looking to apply their skills in electrode development for electrocatalytic CO2 reduction. Research will be conducted within the Applied Chemistry and Environmental Science discipline in the School of Science. 

$34,841per annum over three years

One (1).

A local or international student that meets RMIT's entry requirements for a PhD research degree.

Please email Rachel Caruso (, attaching

  • your resume that details any publications
  • academic transcripts and
  • evidence that you meet RMIT's entry requirements for the PhD by research degree.

Applications are open now.

Applications close 31 December 2024.

This scholarship will be governed by RMIT University's Research Scholarship Terms and Conditions.

Rachel Caruso (

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