The QUT Centre for Materials Science provides a collaborative environment for curiosity-driven materials research and innovation focusing on outstanding research strengths in:

  • soft matter materials
  • hard condensed matter materials
  • computation, prediction and modelling
  • analytical technique development.

Find out more about the projects, priorities and people at the QUT Centre for Materials Science

Our facilities

We bring together cutting-edge instrumentation in mass spectrometry, atomic resolution transmission electron microscopy, and atomic force microscopy.

Along with world-class technical expertise, our purpose-built facilities enable an efficient research space for novel material discoveries. Our laboratory spaces will provide critical research visibility for QUT on a national and global scale while nurturing emerging collaborative research.

State-of-the-art instrumentation currently under construction includes:

  • Double-aberration-correction high resolution transmission electron microscope (JEOL NEOARM)
  • Focused ion beam microscope (FIB)
  • Time-of-flight mass spectrometer (ToF-SIMS).

Our expert research team also take advantage of expert scientists and infrastructure, including the Central Analytical Research Facility (CARF).

Our scholarships

We're offering PhD and Masters top-up scholarships in QUT’s Annual scholarship round.

Researching with us will provide you with the opportunity to:

  • work with a team of leading researchers
  • undertake your own innovative research in and across the fields of materials sciences
  • gain an internationally-recognised postgraduate qualification.

Find out more

More information

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Research news

23 September

QUT celebrates eight new ARC DECRA recipients

Eight QUT researchers have been awarded $3,550,041 in ARC Discovery Early Career Researcher Awards. They are:

21 September

Federal Education Minister visits QUT’s Digital Child research centre

The world’s first dedicated research centre to create positive digital experiences for children from birth to age eight was officially launched by the Federal Education Minister Jason Clare at QUT in Brisbane today.

Contact us

Find us at
Level 2, E Block
Gardens Point