Unlocking the Anchors of Soil Organic Carbon to Manage Climate Change
A postgraduate research scholarhip
$28 854 per annum to support a PhD student to conduct research on the stability of organic carbon in clay and artificial materials at the Faculty of Science.
|Value||Eligibility||Open date||Close date|
|$28,854 p.a. (up to 3 years)||
||21 June 2022||4 July 2022|
How to apply
This scholarship will provide an annual stipend allowance equivalent to the minimum RTP rate (indexed on 1 January each year) for up to three years, subject to satisfactory academic performance.
- be a domestic or international student
- have an unconditional offer of admission or be enrolled in a full-time PhD at the Faculty of Science
- be willing to research in the prescribed area in the School of Life and Environmental Sciences (refer to Background section)
- hold an honours degree (first class or second class upper) or a master’s degree in a related field with a substantial research component with a on related disciplines
- have a background in in soil chemistry and experience in using spectroscopic techniques, such as FT-ICR-MS), and FTIR for analysing soil organic matter
- have Professor Balwant Singh as your primary supervisor.
An applicant without an unconditional offer of admission may apply and be selected, however, no scholarship offer will be sent until the applicant has an unconditional offer of admission.
This scholarship aims to support a student undertaking a PhD on approved projects funded by ARC within the Faculty of Science.
This scholarship aims to support a student who focus their research on the stability of organic carbon associated with different clay minerals and artificial soils using advanced spectroscopic studies including nanoscale secondary ion mass spectrometry (NanoSIMS), Fourier transform ion cyclotron resonance mass spectrometry (FT-ICR-MS), and synchrotron based – scanning transmission X-ray microscopy (STXM) and X-ray absorption fine structure (XAFS).
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