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Semiconductors PhD Projects, Programs & Scholarships in Australia

We have 9 Semiconductors PhD Projects, Programs & Scholarships in Australia

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  PhD in Engineering focusing on solar cell and module research
  Dr M Ernst
Applications accepted all year round

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Prospective students graduated or going to graduate from Electrical and Electronic, Physics, Mechanical or Mechatronic, Material or Applied Science, and Chemistry Departments, or related disciplines with a GPA above 8 out of 10, or 3.5 out of 4.0, or high distinction (HD), or equivalent are invited to apply.
  Fabrication and characterization of AlGaN/GaN HEMTs as post-silicon semiconductor devices for power applications
  Prof S Dimitrijev, Dr H Moghadam
Applications accepted all year round

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Queensland Microtechnology Facility at Griffith University, Australia, provides a leading research environment for the development of next generation SiC- and GaN-based power semiconductor devices.
  Electronic Properties of 2D Topological Materials
  Dr M Edmonds
Applications accepted all year round

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Topological materials, such as topological insulators and topological Dirac semimetals, are a new class of matter that possess new and exciting electronic properties.
  Joint PhD with RWTH Aachen: Tuning Carbon Properties For Slurry Flow Electrodes In Vanadium Redox Batteries
  Prof A Ellis, Prof M Wessling
Application Deadline: 31 October 2019

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This project will explore the role of carbonaceous materials in state-of-the-art all-vanadium redox flow battery (VRFB) electrodes.
  Joint PhD with University of Bayreuth: Control of Excitons in Single Polymer Chains
  Assoc Prof T Smith
Application Deadline: 31 October 2019

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The distribution of conjugation lengths with a conjugate polymer chain gives rise to a distribution of absorption and emission wavelengths.
  Joint PhD with University of Bayreuth: Exciton Logic Gates
  Prof P Mulvaney
Application Deadline: 31 October 2019

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Optical circuitry remains a long-cherished goal in the fields of high-density data storage and ultrafast communications. Logic gates can be used to modulate energy flow for energy-harvesting applications or monitored in photo-mathematical operations (optical logic).
  Joint PhD with University of Bayreuth: Light Pulse Control of Excitons
  Assoc Prof T Smith
Application Deadline: 31 October 2019

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Using timed sequences of ultrashort laser pulses, it should be possible to control the fate of an exciton. We aim to investigate multichromophoric molecules the comprise groups that absorb (and perhaps emit) in specific regions of the spectrum, that we can modulate with timed pulses of different wavelengths.
  Joint PhD with University of Bayreuth: Morphology Manipulation for Increased Singlet Fission Yields
  Assoc Prof D Jones
Application Deadline: 31 October 2019

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PhD Type

We are looking for a suitably qualified graduate student to work on a jointly funded PhD project between the University of Melbourne and the University of Bayreuth on Singlet Fission Materials.
  Joint PhD with University of Bayreuth: Synthesis and Manipulation of Semiconducting Block Copolymers for Organic Photovoltaic active Layers
  Assoc Prof D Jones
Application Deadline: 31 October 2019

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We are looking for a suitably qualified graduate student to work on a jointly funded PhD project between the University of Melbourne and the Universit├Ąt Bayreuth on the induction of block copolymer self-assembly for high performance organic photovoltaic devices and the characterisation thereof.
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