- Applications close
- 30 October 2020
What you'll receive
Successful applicants will receive a top up to their living stipend of $12,500 per annum for a maximum of three years. The funds will be paid as a fortnightly stipend.
- Be eligible for entry into either the Doctor of Philosophy or Master of Philosophy at QUT
- Be awarded a Scholarship in QUT's 2021 Annual Scholarship Round
How to apply
Please submit an Expression of Interest by 20 September 2020. If invited to submit a full application, this will be due by 30 October 2020.
More information on the application process can be found on our how to apply website.
Please ensure you note in your application that you are applying for this specific scholarship.
What happens next?
Please feel free to contact email@example.com with any questions about this scholarship or the application process.
About the scholarship
Centre for Materials Science - curiosity-driven research
The QUT Centre for Materials Science is the fundamental scientific engine room for materials innovation, providing materials-based solutions for QUT's application driven Centres and research strengths. The Centre fosters emerging research talent from the PhD to the Early Career Researcher (ECR) level, while providing research space and freedom to the leaders in their field.
The Centre fuses cross-disciplinary fundamental research expertise within QUT, enabling a coherent research space for materials discovery. The Centre takes an atomistic and molecular approach to materials design, as our ability to manipulate single atoms and molecules and to observe the changes they undergo is critical for the design of materials with precise and adaptable properties. Of particular focus is the interface of matter with its surroundings, which controls function.
The Centre has outstanding research strengths in:
- soft matter materials
- hard condensed matter materials
- computation, prediction and modelling
- analytical technique development.
The goal of the Centre is to innovate, accelerate and translate scientific material discoveries to transformative technologies that will assist in overcoming global and national challenges in chemical syntheses, construction industries, green energy demands, environmental change, and sustainable manufacturing. The Centre invents, designs and optimises diverse new materials, including nanomaterials, polymers and metals and find the smartest pathways of controlling and tuning their properties and functions toward reliable and predictable real-world applications.
More information is available at https://www.qut.edu.au/research/centre-for-materials-science