IITB-Monash joint PhD
Monash University and the Indian Institute of Technology Bombay (IITB) are pleased to announce the extension of the current IITB Joint Award program to accommodate Monash Australian campus based candidates.
The three year pilot program commencing in 2017, will enable four commencing enrolments per year – two in the Faculty of Engineering, and two in the Faculty of Science – into the IITB-Monash University Joint Award PhD/Doctoral Program.
Monash-based students in this program will need to undertake all required elements of the Monash Doctoral Program as detailed in the Doctoral Handbook and as applicable to the course of enrolment. This may include coursework, training, academic progression milestones and examination processes.
In addition, students will undertake a period of no less than 12 months, post Confirmation (ie, after their first 12 months of enrolment) at IITB.
Monash University has additionally offered up to four scholarships (up to two for candidates in the Faculty of Engineering, and up to two for candidates in the Faculty of Science) to assist in the development of this important research.
All projects to be undertaken by Monash based IITB-Monash Joint Award students will be agreed upon and approved by both Monash and IITB.
This Joint PhD will focus in its initial stages on projects in the area of sustainability, with the initial list of planned projects comprising:
Chemical Looping – Reactor Design and Metal Oxide Particle Optimisation
Advanced computational engineering, simulation and manufacture
A/Prof. Sagar Mitra
Prof. Santanu Bandyopadhya
|Engineering||Artificial intelligence, from the lab to the field||Machine learning||Prof. Rushikesh Joshi|
|Engineering||Graphene-based novel composite materials for supercapacitors||Clean Energy / Nanotechnology|
A/Prof. Sumit Saxena
Use of steel furnace slag to accelerate carbonation of coal fly ash for CO2 sequestration and soil amendment
Sustainable Design, Manufacturing and Resourcing
Dr. Tharaka Rathnaweera
Prof. TN Singh
Prof. Vikram Vishal
Advanced Computational Engineering, Simulation and Manufacture
Prof. Radhakrishna Munukutla
|Science||Biocompatible adsorbents for plant metabolites||Biotechnology and Stem Cell Research||Prof. Louise Bennett||Prof. Jayesh Bellare|
A/Prof. Amit Arora
Interested applicants should contact the Monash University supervisor listed above to discuss these opportunities in more detail.
The selection and recommendation of admission for Monash-based applicants will follow standard Monash application procedures with the addition of a joint institutional interview.
The Faculty to which you have applied will contact you to arrange an interview date and time. Please note that this interview may be conducted by Skype.
See this page for more details on how to apply and please note that:
- the application period is now OPEN;
- applicants should select "Research degree only" as the application type; and
- applicants for this Joint PhD DO NOT need an invitation to apply (upload a copy of your CV when asked to upload the "Invitation to apply").