PhD Scholarship PRJ00000874 Pyrolysed tyre waste (EOLT) char as an additive in polymer composites

PhD project on developing polymer composites using char produced from tyre pyrolysis. This industry-university collaborative project will require the student to interact with industrial scientists with the opportunity for interstate and international travel. (Lead partner BIOPLANT LIMITED)

The scholarship will be suited to a materials/polymer scientist and/or chemical engineering student willing to develop skills in polymer chemistry and materials upcycling.

A stipend of $33,826 per annum pro rata (full-time study) for three years with the possibility of a 3-month extension based on performance.

Applications are now open.


One (1) scholarship available

A local or international student that meets RMIT’s entry requirements and receives an offer letter from RMIT University.

Through the University's application process.

Visit the How to apply web page.

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