PhD Scholarships in Nanophotonics, Swinburne University, Melbourne, Australia
- Annual stipend AUD$27,082 (indexed) (2018 rate) for three years (with possible 6 month extension)
- Deadline: January 31, 2018
The Centre for Micro-Photonics at Swinburne University of Technology in Melbourne, Australia, is an internationally renowned research centre in photonics founded in 2000, with 8 highly respected Professors in 7 research groups. The CMP has one of the most comprehensive ultrafast laser facilities in Australia, with extensive nanofabrication capability in clean-room facilities with e-beam lithography and other tools, and a solar pilot line. We have PhD scholarships starting this coming year (2018) for top, highly self motivated PhD students interested in photonics in a wide range of areas. If interested please send a CV and cover letter with a statement of your research interests to Professor David Moss, Director, CMP (email@example.com). or A/Prof James Chon (firstname.lastname@example.org) Please see our website www.swin.edu.au/cmp
Students with a Bachelor’s degree (three or four years) and a Masters by Research; or a Bachelor’s degree (three or four years) and an Honours yearin Physics, Optics, Nanotechnology, Physical Chemistry, Nanophotonics are eligible to apply. Degree must include a research component. International candidates must meet English requirements
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Annual stipend $27,082 (indexed) (2018 rate) for three years (with possible 6 month extension)Tuition fees for up to four yearsThesis allowance
Send your CV highlighting research experience and 3 referees, and your academic transcripts, to Prof. David Moss (email@example.com) or A/Prof. James Chon (firstname.lastname@example.org).
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