Postgraduate student opportunities

Gaining your postgraduate qualifications as part of the IDEAL Research Hub will give you the edge in the areas of materials science, nanotechnology, molecular bioscience and device development.

You will excel in research project management and also gain knowledge and experience in intellectual property and commercialisation through connections with our industry partners.

Postgraduate study opportunities are offered by the two Australian university nodes involved in the IDEAL Research Hub .

Seize the opportunity to work with highly talented people, in world class facilities, and become an innovator in your field.

PhD Opportunities

University of Technology Sydney 

Faculty of Science

PhD Scholarship in Analytical Chemistry

The ARC Research Hub for Integrated Device for End-User Analysis at Low Levels Research Hub (ARC IDEAL Research Hub, https://idealresearchhub.com/) at the University of Technology Sydney (UTS) is currently seeking suitable PhD candidates, preferably Australian/New Zealand citizens or permanent residents.

Joining a unique team led by Distinguished Prof. Dayong Jin (UTS), you will carry out interdisciplinary, international and industrial collaborative research to solve emerging real-world problems.

This project will suit students with strong background in microfluidic device engineering, materials science, analytical chemistry, biochemistry, molecular biology or pharmacology.

Additionally, the applicant must have:

  • Master degree, bachelor of honours or equivalent in relevant disciplines

Students who have the experience in the fields of bio nanotechnology or beads assays are preferable. Along with:

  • Demonstrated capability to work in a multidisciplinary team in an international environment
  • Hands-on experiences in two or more of the following fields: device engineering, computer programming, data acquisition and measurement, analytical chemistry, bio conjugation, flow cytometry
  • Strong interest in research and science.
  • Excellent English communication skills, oral as well as in scientific writing, preferably with track record in leading scientific publications and peer-reviewed papers.

Further information can be found at https://www.phdseek.com/phds/1827/phd-in-analytical-chemistry.html?s=latest

PhD Scholarship in Microfluidics

The ARC Research Hub for Integrated Device for End-User Analysis at Low Levels Research Hub (ARC IDEAL Research Hub, https://idealresearchhub.com/) at the University of Technology Sydney (UTS) is currently seeking suitable PhD candidates, preferably Australian/New Zealand citizens or permanent residents.

Joining a unique team led by Distinguished Prof. Dayong Jin (UTS), you will carry out interdisciplinary, international and industrial collaborative research to solve emerging real-world problems.

This project will suit students with strong background in microfluidic device engineering, materials science, analytical chemistry, biochemistry, molecular biology or pharmacology.

Additionally, the applicant must have:

  • Master degree, bachelor of honours or equivalent in relevant disciplines

Students who have the experience in the fields of bio nanotechnology or beads assays are preferable. Along with:

  • Demonstrated capability to work in a multidisciplinary team in an international environment
  • Hands-on experiences in two or more of the following fields: device engineering, computer programming, data acquisition and measurement, analytical chemistry, bio conjugation, flow cytometry
  • Strong interest in research and science.
  • Excellent English communication skills, oral as well as in scientific writing, preferably with track record in leading scientific publications and peer-reviewed papers.

Further information can be found at https://www.phdseek.com/phds/1828/phd-in-microfluidics.html?s=latest

PhD Scholarship in Implantable Biochemical Sensor Technology

A PhD Scholarship is available for a suitably qualified candidate within the School of Life Science at University of Technology Sydney (UTS).

Candidates must be Australian citizens or have Australian permanent residency status. This PhD scholarship is for 3 years with a possible 6 month extension.

Working with Dr Charles Cranfield (UTS) and his commercial partner, Adj Prof Bruce Cornell (SDx Surgical Diagnostics Pty Ltd), this project seeks to create a new family of short term implantable sensor. This project will suit students with a background in either pharmacology, chemistry, biochemistry or biophysics. As part of your PhD work you will receive training electrical impedance spectroscopy techniques. Your research will be in the Life Science Laboratories at UTS’ Ultimo Campus right in the heart of Sydney. There will also be opportunities to work directly with the commercial partner at their headquarters in Roseville and potentially in a clinical setting. This project is supported by the Australia Research Council funded IDEAL Hub.

UTS has a strong commitment to Equity and Diversity, and we especially encourage women and indigenous students seeking to make a career in a STEM science field to apply.

Interested candidates should get in touch with Dr Charles Cranfield charles.cranfield@uts.edu.au for more information.

University of South Australia 

Opportunities will be posted here when available.