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Anti-fouling, Pulsing Filters for Wine Purification – A Polymer Chemistry Project


About This PhD Project

Project Description

A funded PhD position is available for this collaborative project between Plant & Food Research and the University of Auckland.
The project will focus on surface functionalisation of novel electrospun filters to provide anti-fouling properties. The student will investigate novel approaches to modification and development of stimuli-responsive membranes suitable for use in filtration of liquids, especially targeted toward fermented beverages.

The student will be based at the University of Auckland with the Travas-Sedjic Research Group and may require some time spent with the Bioresources Engineering & Chemistry team at Plant & Food Research Lincoln.

The successful candidate must be self-driven, enjoy working in a multi-disciplinary, multi-institution environment, have good scientific writing skills and have completed an Honours or Masters degree in a suitable major, including subjects such as polymer chemistry, materials science or electrochemistry.

Applicants should send their CV, two references, a statement of their research interest and their university transcript to (Professor Jadranka Travas-Sejdic, School of Chemical Sciences, The University of Auckland).

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