Study for a Research Masters Degree in Australia
Would you like to discover new materials and develop smart devices to help solve some of today’s most challenging global problems?
This is your chance.
As a student in the world-first Master of Philosophy (Electromaterials) course, your study will be hands-on – discovering new materials, using cutting-edge characterisation techniques and assembling new materials into electrochemical devices for applications in clean energy, health or advanced manufacturing. You’ll be working with leading, world-renowned researchers in electromaterials through the ARC Centre of Excellence for Electromaterials Science.
You’ll choose from a variety of unique research projects – anything from medical bionics to sustainable energy generation, robotic hands to solar water splitting and the next generation of battery designs. Deakin University
and the University of Wollongong have teamed up to offer this unique opportunity. Core units will be streamed live between the two campuses, so you get the best of both worlds.
Find out more about how you can play a part in developing solutions for global issues through the Master of Philosophy (Electromaterials). Deakin University
is a top-rated university with world-class graduates. Deakin is ranked in the top 3% of universities worldwide and has a strong reputation for student satisfaction.
Industry-focused degree programs and a strong international outlook mean that Deakin graduates are ready for the global workplace.
Our approach to learning puts emphasis on real-world experience and professional practice, but without sacrificing our commitment to high quality research. Deakin is a young, dynamic university that offers research students the chance to innovate and prosper.
Students in the M(Phil) Electromaterials will be hosted by the Institute for Frontier Materials (IFM) and work as part of a team with IFM researchers, developing innovative solutions for the clean energy, human health and next generation manufacturing industries.
ARC Centre of Excellence for Electromaterials Science (ACES)
The Federal Government funded ACES through the Australian Research Council in 2014 to turn our knowledge of materials into the next generation of ‘smart devices’ for the benefit of the community.
ACES is led by the University of Wollongong and incorporates six Australian collaborators and five international partner organisations known for their expertise in materials and device fabrication.
Through its network of collaborating and partner organisations, ACES has access to world-class facilities and capabilities that can help advance our research and industrial objectives.
More informationhttp://www.deakin.edu.au/future-students/courses/course.php?course=F801&stutype=local&keywords=electromaterials&study_level=All+levels http://www.electromaterials.edu.au/masters-degree-in-electromaterials/
A bachelor's degree in the appropriate science, engineering, or information technology field aligned with the chosen specialisation. The undergraduate qualification must be equivalent to an Australian degree of at least 3 years full-time study with a minimum weighted average mark (WAM) or grade point average (GPA) of 65% in the final year units/subjects.