PhD scholarship in minerals processing chemistry/chemical engineering

This scholarship is for someone with a background in chemistry or chemical engineering. It will involve investigating a key stage in a new process for producing nickel and cobalt - elements that are critical components in electric car batteries.

Scholarship stipend is for 4 years at $33,826 per annum - local and international applicants are welcome to apply. Fee waiver will be given to any successful international applicant.

$33,826 per annum for 4 years duration



One (1) scholarship available

H2A or higher in chemistry or chemical engineering

Please contact Associate Professor James Tardio via

This project would suit students with a strong interest in inorganic and/or physical chemistry.

Associate Professor James Tardio,

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