PhD Scholarship for Industry-lead Project in The Chemicals and Polymers Grip

Applications are invited for a PhD position in materials engineering to join Monash University, Australia. The deadline for applying is November 22, 2019.

Monash University (Australia) is offering a new PhD project working directly with the company Albright & Wilson as part of the Chemicals & Polymers Manufacturing Industry Network

This unique, exciting opportunity exists for a chemist or chemical engineer to join a select group of exceptionally talented candidates interested in the chemical and polymers industry.

You will work directly with industry and top researchers, driving innovation within the chemicals and polymers industry as part of our Graduate Research Industry Program (GRIP).

This program offers exceptional opportunities for its graduates to work directly with industry, build networks, develop business acumen and move directly into a job at the end of your PhD.

Expression of Interest are sought from outstanding PhD candidates for a project working with Albright & Wilson exploring the development of sustainable surfactants.

The Australian chemicals and polymers (C&P) industry is the second largest manufacturing industry in Australia, contributing over $11.6 billion to the economy. The C&P manufacturing sector needs new technologies and processes to ensure long-term growth. There is a need for elite, highly-trained, innovation-focused experts to drive new products and processes in this critically important sector.

Monash is Top 30 in the world for the combined capability in chemistry, chemical engineering and materials engineering/science, with recent investment into this area exceeding $100M and strong partnerships with over 20 industry participants.

The PhD program will be based in a state-of-the-art building on the Clayton campus (Melbourne), with high-quality laboratories and facilities, including the very best industry-standard equipment.

Applications are sought from students with a H1 (first class or equivalent) honours degree (or equivalent) in a range of relevant discipline areas such as, but not limited to, chemistry, chemical engineering or materials science. Applicants will also need to meet the University's minimum English language proficiency requirements for admission to the PhD program.

Note: applicants who already hold a PhD will not be considered

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