PhD Scholarship (Synthesis of photosensitisers for water splitting),

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PhD Scholarship (Synthesis of photosensitisers for water splitting),

PhD Scholarship in Chemistry: “Clean energy generation: Synthesis of photosensitisers for water splitting”, The University of Queensland, Australia.



Job Description :

The Role: The School is offering a PhD scholarship in chemistry, involving a research project related to “Clean energy generation: Synthesis of photosensitisers for water splitting”, working at a new research centre, Centre for Organic Photonics and Electronics.

 
Commencement:

The Scholarship will commence once the student has enrolled in a PhD program through the School of Chemistry and Molecular Biosciences, the University of Queensland (For further information on the Basis of Admission to a UQ research higher degree, please see :
 
It is desirable that the successful candidate will take up the position as soon as possible.
 
The Person: Applicants should possess a bachelor’s degree with 1st class honours in chemistry, or a master’s degree with a research component (chemistry related fields). Both domestic and overseas applicants will be considered if they fulfil the criteria for PhD admission of the University of Queensland and demonstrate excellent research capacity. For overseas applicants, valid English language proficiency test results that meet with the University requirements: are required for the application.

 
Remuneration: Successful candidates not holding an APA will be awarded a research scholarship valued at $22,500 per annum for 3 years (tax exempt). There is also a possible 6 month extension to the appointments. For international students, it is possible to waive the tuition fee for highly competitive applications.

 
Contact: Further information may be obtained by contacting Dr Lo (s.lo@uq.edu.au) on the project in your area of interest.

 
How to apply:

Applicants should include a covering letter, giving full contact details andan outline of their research interests, current curriculum vitae, academic record, the names and contact details of 3 academic referees, and valid English language proficiency test results(for international students).

The applications should be sent to

Dr ShihChun Lo, Level 9,
Chemistry Building (68), Centre for Organic Photonics and Electronics,
School of Chemistry and Molecular Biosciences,
The University of Queensland, St Lucia, Qld 4072, Australia,
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Closing Date for Applications: Closes when the position is filled

Contact Person: Dr Shih-Chun Lo

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