Our researchers, Prof Tim Schmidt and his team from UNSW, have collaborated with Ege University researchers to determine the abundance of fat in space, by determining the proportion of grease-like, or aliphatic, molecules in interstellar dust.
Scientia PhD Scholarship available at UNSW Sydney to work on excitonic processes which transform the solar spectrum. $40k/yr, 4 years. https://www.2025.unsw.edu.au/…/scientia…/changing-colour-sun
The Centre is now offering summer and other casual research opportunities for talented and enthusiastic undergraduate students or recent graduates from Chemistry, Engineering and/or Physics.
Applications are welcomed for a 2-year post-doctoral position in Machine Learning and Computational Materials Discovery of Photovoltaic Materials. The research will be at RMIT University in Melbourne Australia under the direction of Professor Salvy Russo.
The ARC Centre of Excellence in Exciton Science is delighted to be a sponsor of the new Questacon exhibition Colour - See the World in a New Light currently in Canberra.
We are delighted that the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) has granted Bayreuth-Melbourne Polymer/Colloid Network follow-up funding for two more years until the end of 2020.