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Materials Science PhD Research Projects in Australia

We have 18 Materials Science PhD Research Projects in Australia

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Molecular modelling of bio-based self-healing polymers

A fully-funded PhD position in molecular simulation in the team of Prof. Tiffany Walsh is available at Deakin University based at the Institute for Frontier Materials, Geelong, Australia, starting as soon as possible. Read more

Innovative fibre metal laminates (FMLs)

Are you seeking to advance your career in manufacturing and materials engineering and interested in developing cutting-edge fibre metal laminate innovations? The University of South Australia—Australia’s University of Enterprise—is offering a Masters by Research with real-world application in creative novel metal laminates. Read more
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Application of GFRP reinforcement in precast concrete elements

If you’re seeking to advance your career in structural engineering and interested in developing innovations for the construction industry, the University of South Australia—Australia’s University of Enterprise is offering a hands-on industry partnered PhD project. Read more

High performance regenerated silk fibres with biomimetic structure

Natural silk is a remarkable natural fibre produced by silkworms, spiders and other arthropods. For example, spider silk is the strongest known natural fibre, with a toughness that exceeds Kevlar. Read more

Bioinspired materials: strong and self-healing polymer materials

Biomaterials, for example bone and skin have a remarkable capacity to self-heal. These natural materials are hydrogels, however synthetic hydrogels cannot perform the same task as they are inherently weak and not usually self-healing. Read more

3D printed electronics

A 3D printer has been developed by the group that combines unprecedented three-dimensional control and material flexibility, to culminate in a new process for 2D patterning and 3D printing of polymeric, organic, semiconducting, or metallic materials into complex shapes. Read more

Theoretical chemistry including reactivity and structure

A scholarship is available to undertake PhD or MPhil study in the group of Dr Terry Frankcombe at the Canberra campus of the University of New South Wales (UNSW Canberra). Read more

Microbial colour using textile fibre waste

Many microbes produce colour pigments due to secondary metabolites depending on the energy sources and surrounding environment. Examples include red colour produced by Penicillium miniolutem in Sabouraud broth, Rhizopus sp. Read more

Solid-state 3D printing of aluminium

Additive Friction Stir Deposition (AFSD) is an emerging metal 3D printing process. Distinctively a metal component is built up in layers in ASFD where deposition occurs in the solid-state, producing fine recrystallized microstructures resembling wrought materials. Read more

Bulk ultrafine grained steels through solid-state 3D printing

The project will be carried out in collaboration with our industry partner MELD Manufacturing at the Institute for Frontier Materials, Deakin University, Geelong, Australia (ifm.deakin.edu.au). Read more

Micro fibrillated protein fibre and applications

All natural fibres have a hierarchical structure consisting of micro and nano scale fibrils. The fibrils once extracted from natural fibres have excellent properties due to ultrafine dimensions and ability to be used in the form of suspensions. Read more

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