We seek a master by research student who conducts time-resolved laser spectroscopy to develop novel photocatalytic materials for water purification.

Value and duration

Up to $31,000 per annum for one year

Number of scholarships available

One (1)

Eligibility

Candidates with backgrounds in chemistry/engineering and with experience of time-resolved laser spectroscopy are encouraged to apply.

To be eligible for this scholarship you must:

  • have first-class honours or 2A honours or equivalent degree in a relevant discipline of engineering/science;
  • be an Australian citizen, Australian permanent resident or an international student meeting the minimum English language requirements;
  • provide evidence of good oral and written communication skills;
  • demonstrate the ability to work as part of a multi-disciplinary research team;
  • meet RMIT’s entry requirements for the master by research degree.

How to apply

Interested candidates should contact A/Prof. Yasuhiro Tachibana: yasuhiro.tachibana@rmit.edu.au or Prof. Rachel Caruso: rachel.caruso@rmit.edu.au

  • a statement to outline your interest
  • an electronic copy of your academic transcripts
  • a CV that includes any publications and the contact details of 2 referees.

For international applicants, evidence of English proficiency may be required.

Open date

Applications are now open

Close date

Applications will close when a candidate is selected    

Terms and conditions

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

Contact

For further information, please contact:

A/Prof. Yasuhiro Tachibana: yasuhiro.tachibana@rmit.edu.au or Prof. Rachel Caruso: rachel.caruso@rmit.edu.au