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 AVAILABLESUPERVISORS
Atomic-scale mechanisms of precipitation in alloysA/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 aluminiumA/Prof. Laure Bourgeois with A/Prof. Philip Nakashima, see webpage
Electronic structure of voids and solid-state precipitates in alloysA/Prof. Laure Bourgeois with A/Prof. Philip Nakashima, see webpage
Plasmonics of designer anti-nanostructuresA/Prof. Laure Bourgeois with A/Prof. Philip Nakashima and Prof. Joanne Etheridge
Quantitative Electron TomographyA/Prof. Matthew Weyland
Quantitative Spectroscopy at the Atomic ScaleA/Prof. Matthew Weyland
Revealing the atoms that control performance in photoactive perovskitesProf. 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.