5 PhD Scholarships in applied particle interface areas in the University of Queensland, Australia in 2016/2017
We are looking for 5 PhD students to work immediately on the following projects:
• Engineering the reactions taking place on the surface of base metal and precious minerals.
• Designing new polymers for increased productivity in mineral flotation.
The first project needs 2 PhD students with the knowledge of surface chemistry and electrochemistry. See the advertisement(http://jobs.uq.edu.au/caw/en/job/499849/phd-research-scholarships). The second project needs 3 PhD students with the knowledge of polymer chemistry. The 3 PhD students will work on polymer design, characterising new designed polymers, and apply the polymers in mineral flotation. All the 5 students will work within a large research team and collaborate with many internal and external researchers.
The scholarships cover the living expenses from A$26,000 to A$36,000 with the tuition fee waiver. To apply, Candidates should have a Master degree or will have one shortly in any applied chemistry or engineering discipline and ideally with at least two international English journal papers. International students have to meet the English requirement before the application.
For any question and the application, send your CV and contact:
email@example.com at School of Chemical Engineering, the University of Queensland.