This PhD scholarship is attached to an Australian Research Council (ARC) Discovery project. The project will develop a robust nanosensor technology for the rapid detection of foodborne pathogens while understanding nano-biomolecular interactions.
RMIT University (officially Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology, informally RMIT) is an Australian public research university based in Melbourne, Victoria. Founded in 1887 as the Working Men's College of Melbourne by Francis Ormond, it initially opened as a private night school offering instruction in art, science and technology in response to the industrial revolution in Australia. It was made a public university by act of the Parliament of Victoria in 1992 after merging with the Phillip Institute of Technology. A dual sector institute, its enrolment of 320 trades students in 1887 ... read more
The University will fund the Scholarship for a fixed term of 3 years offering a stipend of $33,826 per annum pro rata (full-time study).
To be considered for the PhD Scholarship, applicants must hold or be currently completing:
If you do not hold one of the above qualifications, you will only be considered for scholarship if you have previous publications or significant research experience or relevant industry experience.
Before applying for the Scholarship, contact Professor Vipul Bansal and establish if your research is aligned.
Further details on RMIT University’s research strategy can be found here.
All applicants should email the following to Professor Vipul Bansal, [email protected]:
For more details, visit RMIT University website.