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  • 10 May 2022 9:17 AM | Christine Browne (Administrator)

    A School will be held in Copenhagen in early August on topologically complex assemblies, mainly in soft materials. See the link or poster attached for full details:


  • 27 Apr 2022 1:11 PM | Christine Browne (Administrator)

    On behalf of the MacDiarmid Institute for Advanced Materials and Nanotechnology and the conference organising committee, we would like to invite you to join us in New Zealand, for the 10th International Conference on Advanced Materials and Nanotechnology. 

    The AMN conference series is interdisciplinary and covers a broad variety of topics in nanotechnology and materials science. It brings together material scientists, chemists, physicists, biologists and engineers resulting in stimulating discussions that bridge the range from building electronic devices to the study of protein structures. 

    Rotorua is located centrally on the North Island, only 3 hours drive or a short flight from Auckland International airport. It is one of New Zealand’s premier tourist locations due to its geothermal wonderland, many lakes and beautiful forests. It also offers world-class mountainbiking and adventure activities, excellent food and drink, and a rich Māori culture – such as in the living Māori village of Whakarewarewa

    Abstracts will open for submission on 1 June. More information can be found on the conference website:

  • 09 Mar 2022 10:06 AM | Christine Browne (Administrator)

    A fully funded PhD scholarship is available for an outstanding PhD scholar to research the structure and stability of nanoparticle-stabilised emulsions at Massey University under the supervision of Associate Professor Catherine Whitby.

    This PhD project is part of a newly funded MacDiarmid Institute research programme on ‘Reconfigurable Systems - Towards Zero Waste’ . The successful candidate will join the School of Natural Sciences on the Palmerston North campus of Massey University in New Zealand.


    The ideal PhD candidate will have strong background in colloid and surface chemistry, and excellent understanding of fundamental physical chemistry. The candidate will have a BScHon or MSc degree in physical/surface/materials chemistry with outstanding grades and a keen interest in multidisciplinary research. You should satisfy the requirements for admission as a PhD candidate at Massey University.

    Total value and tenure of scholarship

    NZD$35,000 per annum (not taxed) and includes all student fees for three (3) years.

    How to apply

    To apply, please send a copy of your CV and academic transcripts, and the names and contact details of two referees to: Associate Professor Catherine Whitby ( with “PhD Scholarship in Colloid and Emulsion Science” in the subject line.

  • 02 Mar 2022 4:44 PM | Christine Browne (Administrator)

    A three-year postdoc position is available at the University of Sydney with Prof Chiara Neto to work on paint additives open to study assembly of polymer particles and nanofibres, to create superior paints with our industry partner Dulux. Suited to high quality PhD graduates (or near completion) in Physical Chemistry, Interface Physics, Chemical Engineering or closely-related disciplines

    Closes March 21 Details here:

  • 02 Mar 2022 4:43 PM | Christine Browne (Administrator)

    A PhD Scholarship is available at the University of Sydney with Prof Chiara Neto to work on Lubricant-infused Surfaces. The candidate will receive a top-up scholarship from the NSW Defence Innovation Network, and interact directly with company MicroTau in Sydney. The project uses microfluidics, microfabrication, surface modification and marine fouling ideas to understand the mechanism of drag-reduction and anti-fouling in lubricant-infused surfaces. Closes March 11th The application form is

  • 23 Feb 2022 9:43 AM | Christine Browne (Administrator)

    Lab of Professor Xuehua Zhang

    We invite applications for one postdoctoral fellow position to work on a project in Department of Chemical & Materials Engineering at the University of Alberta in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. The position starts immediately, and is 1 year with the possibility for renewal.

    Please see attachment for full details:

    advertisement-smart coating.pdf

  • 17 Feb 2022 5:05 PM | Christine Browne (Administrator)

  • 17 Feb 2022 10:39 AM | Christine Browne (Administrator)

    This scholarship has been established to enable an outstanding PhD scholar to undertake research for an ARC Industry Linkage Project with industry partner Dulux Australia investigating the structure and stability of polymer nanofibers in paint coatings at the University of Sydney under the supervision of Professor Gregory Warr and Professor Brian Hawkett.

    This scholarship is supported by Australian Government Research Training Program (RTP) Scholarship.

    For more information please see:

  • 29 Oct 2021 10:11 AM | Christine Browne (Administrator)

    PhD Project - Interfacial crystallisation in food formulations

    Develop food products of the future

    Are you seeking to advance your career in food chemistry? The University of South Australia – Australia’s University of Enterprise – is offering a unique PhD project investigating lipid crystallisation in food at the Future Industries Institute (FII) in partnership with industry and collaboration with ANSTO Australian Synchrotron.

    Emulsion formulations play an important role in the taste, texture and appeal of food. This in turn is important for Australia, as the export of such products are a significant part of the national economy.

    Controlled lipid crystallisation dictates the sensory and physiochemical properties of a food emulsion product, from texture or appearance to the overall stability of the product during processing, transport and shelf life.

    In this research degree project, you will add to the formation of a comprehensive picture of the compositional, interfacial, and thermal influences on lipid crystallisation, thereby opening possibilities for new processes and food products.

    For more information please visit:

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