PhD Scholarship in liquid metal interfaces

Successful candidates will work within the larger Liquid Metal Research Group at RMIT under the supervision of Prof Torben Daeneke and Assoc. Prof. Ken Chiang. PhD candidates will receive full access to the state-of-the art synthesis and characterisation equipment at RMIT. PhD stipend & tuition fee scholarships are available.

This project is supported by a full scholarship within the context of ARC discovery project DP240101215. 

Candidates with a background in Chemistry, Chemical Engineering and Materials science are encouraged to apply. Previous research experience involving catalysis, reaction design or liquid metals will be considered favourably but is not a prerequisite.

$34,841 p/a for 3.5 years

Applications are now open.


One (1) scholarship available

This opportunity is open to domestic and international applicants.


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