We have 21 Industrial Chemistry PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships for Non-European Students

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Industrial Chemistry PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships for Non-European Students

We have 21 Industrial Chemistry PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships for Non-European Students

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

Sustainable Synthesis of Methanol

​​Meeting the net-zero commitment on greenhouse gas emissions by 2050 means significantly cutting back on emissions by 2035. However, currently, ~80% of our energy supply is dependent on fossil fuels which by default means additional emissions. Read more

Fully Funded PhD studentship on Hybrid Catalytic Systems for Sustainable Chemical Processing

Supervisors. Drs Xiaodong Wang and Gaurav Gupta, School of Engineering. A fully funded PhD studentship is available for a motivated candidate to undertake advanced research in the field of hybrid heterogeneous/electro- and enzymatic catalysis. Read more

Drop Impacts on Microstructured Surfaces

How can we control droplets as they land on surfaces, roll over, or spread across surfaces? Understanding and management of droplet dynamics are of critical and increasing importance due to their relevance in areas such as climate physics, disease transmission, food production, and heat transfer technologies. Read more

Organic synthesis using on-water catalysis

We have fully funded PhD scholarship and we would like the student to start as soon as possible. The PhD project is focused on the synthesis of complex molecules using a novel mode of on-water catalysis recently discovered in collaboration with Dr Cameron Weber at the Unversity of Auckland. Read more

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