Available Research Projects
STUDENT RESEARCH PROJECTS
The Monash Centre for Electron Microscopy offers a variety of Honours, Masters, PhD and Summer Research projects for students interested in joining the research groups of Prof. Joanne Etheridge, A/Prof. Laure Bourgeois or A/Prof. Matthew Weyland.
|PROJECTS CURRENTLY AVAILABLE||SUPERVISORS|
|Atomic-scale mechanisms of precipitation in alloys||A/Prof. Laure Bourgeois with A/Prof. Matthew Weyland and Dr Nikhil Medhekar, Computational Materials Laboratory|
|Effect of microalloying additions on the stability and evolution of voids in aluminium||A/Prof. Laure Bourgeois with A/Prof. Philip Nakashima, see webpage|
|Electronic structure of voids and solid-state precipitates in alloys||A/Prof. Laure Bourgeois with A/Prof. Philip Nakashima, see webpage|
|Plasmonics of designer anti-nanostructures||A/Prof. Laure Bourgeois with A/Prof. Philip Nakashima and Prof. Joanne Etheridge|
|Quantitative Electron Tomography||A/Prof. Matthew Weyland|
|Quantitative Spectroscopy at the Atomic Scale||A/Prof. Matthew Weyland|
|Revealing the atoms that control performance in photoactive perovskites||Prof. Joanne Etheridge|
Further details on these projects can be found at the Faculty of Engineering Research Project Directory.
Any interested candidate is strongly encouraged to consult the Monash Graduate Research website.