3 PhD studentships in nanochemistry (Adelaide, Australia)

3 PhD studentships in nanochemistry are available for well-qualified candidates to synthesise and characterise new nanomaterials for solar energy conversion. The research projects will involve wet-chemical synthesis of nanoparticles, surface functionalisation, and a whole range of spectroscopic, electrochemical and electron microscopy methods. Further details of the projects can be found at http://www.unisa.edu.au/iwri/staffpages/thomasnann.asp, under "Supervisor - Available Postgraduate/Honours Projects". International and national travel and collaboration will be involved in these projects and students should be prepared to travel overseas for short periods of focused research. Successful applicants will join an enthusiastic team working at the Ian Wark Research Institute of the University of South Australia - a well-equipped ARC Special Research Centre. Enquiries can be sent by email to thomas.nann {at} unisa.edu.au.

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