We have 17 Materials Science PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships for Non-European Students in Australia

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Materials Science PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships for Non-European Students in Australia

We have 17 Materials Science PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships for Non-European Students in Australia

Develop Silicon-based Anode Materials for Next Generation Lithium-ion Batteries

This ARC Linkage project, a collaboration between UTS researchers and industry partner which aims to revolutionize lithium-ion battery technology by developing low-cost, high-performance silicon-based anode materials. Read more

Atomic Layer Deposition of Novel Nanolayer Materials for Solar Cells

Project Description. Solar photovoltaics (PV) has emerged as THE breakthrough technology which will underpin the coming clean energy transition and allow us to address the epochal challenge of climate change. Read more

Atomic-Scale Regulation on photocatalysts for Solar plastic upcycling

About the project. The aim is to produce new fundamental science for sustainable production of hydrogen and value-added chemicals through a solar-driven photocatalytic approach using abundant plastic wastes and high-performance photocatalysts. Read more

Electrocatalysts for Capillary-Fed Electrolysis Cells for Green Hydrogen Production (PhD project in collaboration with Hysata Pty Ltd)

To mitigate climate change, many nations and organisations have committed to net-zero carbon emissions by 2050. A critical element of net-zero is renewable hydrogen, also known as 'Green Hydrogen', which is hydrogen produced by electrolysis of water, using renewable electricity. Read more

Properties and Optimisation of Capillary-based Electrode Separators for Green Hydrogen Production (PhD project in collaboration with Hysata Pty Ltd)

To mitigate climate change, many nations and organisations have committed to net-zero carbon emissions by 2050. A critical element of net-zero is renewable hydrogen, also known as 'Green Hydrogen', which is hydrogen produced by electrolysis of water, using renewable electricity. Read more

Novel Material (MOFs) Synthesis using Microfluidic Reactor

Project description. Metal-organic frameworks (MOFs), composed of organic linkers and metal nodes, are a class of crystalline porous materials with great application potential. Read more

Development of Advanced Anode Materials for Proton-based Solid Oxide Fuel Cells

Project description. This aim of this project is to develop a next generation hydrogen production technology, proton-based solid oxide electrolysis cell, that can effectively support the rapid growth of intermittent renewable energy generated from solar and wind sources. Read more

Sustainable recycling of end-of-life electric vehicle batteries

Project: The age of the electric car is all but upon us. Billions of lithium-ion batteries (LIBs) are reaching their lifetime along with the widespread application of electric vehicles. Read more

Electrolyte design and engineering for next-generation batteries

Project. Advances in the rechargeable batteries for storage of electrical energy have always been the driving force for the improvement of our society, from communications to transportation and electricity delivery. Read more

PhD scholarship applications available in over 150 STEM-related research projects

Monash Engineering is an outstanding global centre for engineering research, ranked in the top 40 universities worldwide. We carry out pioneering STEM research that benefits society and changes the world around us. Read more

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