Student research opportunities
The Institute for Nanotechnology (INT) seeks students interested in addressing five focus areas:
- development of mathematical and computational methods
- development of the nano-, meso- and micro-structures
- broad and interdisciplinary understanding of nanoscale chemical physics
- exploitation of plasmonic and photonic effects in metal and dielectric nanostructures
- transfer of useful aspects of this knowledge to the photonics, communications, architectural, medical and manufacturing industries.
Students will use the disciplines of mathematics, physics, computational science, chemistry, microscopy, biology, materials science and engineering, each contributing to the common objective as appropriate.
On applying to study at UTS as a postgraduate research student: