ACES scholarships now available

Thu, 06 Feb 2014 15:37:00 +1100

ACES has just been awarded $25 million Australian Research Council funding and offers you the chance to join the team at this exciting time as a PhD Candidate.

The ARC Centre of Excellence for Electromaterials Science (ACES) encompasses six Australian and five international elite research organisations, working together to develop functional 3D devices across fields of batteries, solar cells and medical implants.

The Institute for Frontier Materials research leaders, Australian Laureate Prof Maria Forsyth, Dr Jenny Pringle, Dr Patrick Howlett and Prof Xungai Wang lead the ACES team’s energy and materials research at Deakin University.

In addition to their world class research, ACES PhD students develop skills in communciation and commercialisation.

Find out more about what ACES can offer you in this video.

What we're looking for

Do you have...

  • Minimum Honours Degree in any aspect of Engineering or Science
  • A passion for research
  • A willingness to push the boundaries
  • A strong commitment to individual performance
  • A collegial approach to success

Get in touch

Please send your expression of interest to:

Europe and USA: Prof Gordon Wallace

China and SingaporeDr Caiyun Wang

Korea: Dr Benny Kim

ACES Executive Director Professor Gordon Wallace will be available to meet prospective PhD candidates during the following dates (by prior arrangement only).

Singapore Jan 30 - Feb 1, 2014

China (Beijing) Feb 3 - 4, 2014

Korea (Seoul) April 9, 2014

USA (San Francisco) April 21-24, 2014

Ireland (Dublin) May 2014

The Netherlands (Utrecht) May 2014

Germany (Wuerzburg) May 2014


Students and postgraduate researchers at work in the ACES Deakin laboratory.
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