Funded PhD scholarship to create new thermoelectric systems using advanced functional porous materials with a focus on solving real challenges.
Waste Heat is a huge challenge in the global energy transition. We are developing new materials and system to enhance the conversion of heat to electricity. Using Advanced Materials we are developing new composites to address the Waste Heat problem.
RMIT funded scholarship provides a stipend of $33,826 per annum (pro-rata) for 3 years.
31st December 2023
One scholarship available.
Standard RMIT PhD enrolment requirement. Open to Domestic and International Students.
All applicants should email the following to Prof. Xavier via firstname.lastname@example.org:
Preferable background and/or previous experience or publications in materials science, chemistry, engineering physics, nanotechnology. Experience or strong interest in modelling, and/or clean energy.
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