CSIRO PhD Scholarship - Developing Advanced Cathodes for Oxide-Based lithium ion Batteries

Updated: about 2 months ago
Location: Mount Lawley, WESTERN AUSTRALIA
Deadline: 10 Jan 2024

We're excited to announce a PhD position that's part of a collaborative research project Developing Radical Energy Storage Systems with CSIRO’s Revolutionary Energy Storage Systems Future Science Platform (FSP) Revolutionary Energy Storage Systems . This cutting-edge position focuses on developing specific advanced materials designed for use as cathodes in Oxide-Based Batteries, making strides in the world of energy storage technology.

The successful candidate will have the privilege of working within the dynamic team led by Associate Professor Amir Razmjou at ECU’s School of Engineering, located at Joondalup campus, Perth and Dr. Rebecca Milhuisen from CSIRO. While your primary base will be at ECU Joondalup campus, there may also be opportunities for travel to CSIRO's Clayton facility in Melbourne. This presents a unique chance to engage with leading experts, state-of-the-art facilities, and immerse yourself in an environment of innovation and discovery. The scholarships includes tuition fee sponsorship and a stipend of $35,000 per annum paid fortnightly via electronic funds transfer over 3.5 years.



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