Queensland University of Technology (QUT) calls for applications for PhD positions in the field of photochemistry from Australian and international applicants.
The Queensland University of Technology abbreviated as QUT, is a public research university located in the urban coastal city of Brisbane, Queensland, Australia.
With the aim of providing the next generation of precision modular chemistry with regard to selectivity, (bio)orthogonality, control and efficiency, their team develop light-induced ligation protocols – highly selective with regard to wavelength, intensity and chemistry –for designing advanced adaptive functional macromolecular precision materials.
Course Level: Positions are available for the PhD programme at Queensland University of Technology (QUT).
Study Subject: Positions are available in the field of photochemistry for the design of advanced macromolecular precision materials applied in fields ranging from laser-based lithography, biomimetic macromolecule design to advanced functional interface systems.
Worth of Award
Positions available are indexed annually (starting at AU$27,171 per annum). It is tax exempt for full-time students and is to support living costs for up to 3 years for doctoral students.
The applicant must be eligible to enroll in a PhD at the Queensland University of Technology. Scholarships available are indexed annually (starting at AU$27,171 per annum). The scholarship is tax exempt for full-time students and is to support living costs for up to 3 years for doctoral students. International students will receive an accompanying QUT Higher Degree Research Tuition Fee Sponsorship.An excellent level of English is essential.
How to Apply
To apply, please provide:
Please send completed application in a single PDF document to Prof. Christopher Barner-Kowollik (christopher.barnerkowollik-atqut.edu.au) or Dr. James Blinco (j.blinco-at-qut.edu.au).
Deadline: The application deadline is 31st of August 2016.