The internationally renowned Centre for Energy Technology is seeking a keen and enthusiastic engineering scientist to undertake postgraduate research in the field of laser diagnostics in combustion. In the context of global warming, diminishing fossil fuel resources and increasing energy prices optimisation of combustion is increasingly important. You will earn a Masters or PhD degree for your world leading research investigating the coupling of soot and temperature in flames, which will advance fundamental knowledge for finding solutions to practical problems. By seeking to improve both combustion efficiency and a reduction in emissions you will advance your career by building on your strong academic background and developing your experimental and research skills.
For further information (including scholarship details) contact Professor Graham (Gus) Nathan, Director of the Centre for Energy Technology, via email (email@example.com) or telephone 08 8303 5822. In addition to a generous stipend, you may also be eligible for the Ricoh Clean Energy supplementary scholarship valued at $5,000 per annum.