A scholarship top up stipend of $5000 per annum is available for a PhD candidate in receipt of an Australian Postgraduate Award (APA) or any other equivalent PhD scholarship (including an international scholarship), who wishes to undertake research in development of Semiconductor Quantum Dot solar cells.
Value and duration
The scholarship top up provides $5000 per annum (tax free) for three years in addition to the Australian Postgraduate Award or any other equivalent scholarship which has been awarded.
Number of scholarships available
For a domestic student, to be eligible for this scholarship, you must:
For an international student, to be eligible for this scholarship, you must:
Applications are now open.
Applications will close when a recipient has been chosen.
The School of Engineering is undertaking research focused on synthesis of nanomaterials, and developments of a series of solar cells including perovskite solar cells, dye or semiconductor quantum dot sensitised solar cells, conjugated polymer/metal oxide hybrid solar cells, and developments of solar water splitting devices and other artificial photosynthetic devices. The group employs state of the art time-resolved laser spectroscopies.
Further details of the research group can be found on Associate Professor Tachibana staff profile.