Computational Studies Of Ionic Liquids Research Scholarship, Griffith University.
Computational Studies of Ionic Liquids Research Scholarship
The Queensland Micro- and Nanotechnology is a science and engineering research centre investigating micro- and nanotechnology problems that are integral to the development of clean and intelligent systems. It is a multi-disciplinary group with researchers from chemistry, physics, mathematics and engineering, carrying out theoretical, computational and experimental research. This project is part of an Australian Research Council Discovery Grant led by Prof. Debra Bernhardt focussing on computational studies of ionic liquids. The student will gain expertise in ab initio quantum calculations, molecular dynamics simulations and programming, as well as use state of the art statistical mechanical relationships in their calculations Applicants should possess a 1st Class Honours Degree in Chemistry or Physics, or equivalent, and satisfy the requirements for enrolment as a PhD student at Griffith University. A keen interest in theoretical and computational chemistry is required
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This scholarship is offered once only to one person. Open for applications until May 29, 2011.
The value of this scholarship is AUD22860 (per annum). This award is to be used for living expenses. This scholarship is paid fortnightly for the period of 3 years.
This scholarship is for one of the following fields of research: Theoretical and computational chemistry.
This scholarship requires you to have achieved Honours 1 or equivalent.
To apply for this scholarship you must consult the scholarship web site. Terms and conditions are subject to change. Always confirm details with scholarship provider before applying.
Professor Debra Bernhardt (Director, Queensland Micro- and Nanotech)
Phone: +61 7 3735 6431
Web Site: http://www.griffith.edu.au/qmnc
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