PhD scholarship for the Australian Research Council Discovery Project
An Australian Research Council Discovery Project on unraveling the primary drivers of ion specificity is looking for a Ph.D. student having the equivalent of a First Class Honours or Master’s degree in physical chemistry, physics, or an equivalent subject.
This fascinating Ph.D. project brings together researchers from the ANU’s Research School of Physics, the University of Newcastle, and Flinders University. The student will have a once-in-a-lifetime chance to contribute to the advancement of knowledge in the disciplines of colloid and interface science, as well as soft condensed matter. They will take part in an experimental program to learn more about the fundamentals of ion-specific phenomena, such as how ions partition at surfaces. Ion-specific effects are common in soft matter systems, including biology, as well as a wide range of industry-relevant and commercial fluids, thus a better knowledge of the fundamentals will have a big influence.
Deadline: Applications will be held open until the position is filled.
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Eligibility of Ph.D. scholarship for the Australian Research Council Discovery Project
- Candidates from both the United States and other countries are eligible.
- Candidates must have the equivalent of an Australian Bachelor degree with First Class Honours (or similar) or a Master degree in Physical Chemistry, Physics, Engineering, or comparable (with a strong research component).
- You must be able to show that you have the ability to do independent research.
- Candidates must be able to communicate in English at the level required by ANU.
How To apply for Ph.D. scholarship for the Australian Research Council Discovery Project
To indicate interest, applicants should send an email to Professor Vincent Craig at [email protected]. Include a one-page cover letter describing your desire to apply for this position, your CV, and a copy of your academic transcripts with all courses studied and grades earned in your email. ANU promotes diversity and inclusion and is dedicated to giving people of all origins and identities equal opportunity.
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Stipend: $28092 per annum(2020 rate), plus benefits, for up to 3.5 years (as outlined in the Conditions of Award).