There are opportunities to study nanomaterials, including nanofabrication, nanocrystals, self-assembly and other related topics with Exciton Science researchers.
Check back regularly for more detailed information or use the links below to contact potential supervisors directly.
Paul Mulvaney (University of Melbourne)
- Exciton logic gates based on single nanocrystal arrays;
- Oriented assembly of single nanocrystals using electrophoretic deposition;
- Magneto-optical materials for security applications;
- CZTS solar cells;
- Nanofabrication of optoelectronics including NIR and blue LEDs, Electroluminescent devices, MIR photodetectors and novel solar cell geometries;
- Synthesis of semiconductor clusters;
- Surface chemistry of nanocrystal-polymer interfaces;
- Chromophores for aerosol detection.
For more information on joint PhD projects with Paul and the University of Bayreuth in Germany, go to: https://excitonscience.com/project-area-5-photoswitchable-quantum-dot-dye-arrays-exciton-logic-gates
Jacek Jasieniak (Monash University)
Jochen Feldmann (Ludwig Maximilians Universität)
Daniel Gomez (RMIT University)