P20 – Flotation Kinetics of Ultrafine Mineral Particles using a Sparger in a Downcomer
Supervisor: Laureate Professor Kevin Galvin - The ARC Centre of Excellence for Enabling Eco-Efficient Beneficiation of Minerals is seeking creative…
The Global Centre for Environmental Remediation welcomes applications for PhD and Master of Philosophy (Environmental Remediation).
To be considered, you will need to have achieved excellent results in your undergraduate studies and satisfy the University's English proficiency requirement (IELTS of at least 6.5).
If you would like to make an enquiry regarding our PhD or Masters opportunities please complete our enquiries form.
|Research topics of current PhD students|
|Investigation of TPH degrading microorganisms in soil and water: A metagenomic approach|
Toxicity and Impact of Nanoparticles released to the Environment
|Gut microbial interactions with environmental heavy metal contaminants: implications for human health|
|Bio-electrochemical systems for electricity and hydrogen production|
|Illicit drugs environmental occurrence, persistence and toxicity|
|Arsenic in rice: genotypic variation and its bioavailability with respect to human health risk assessment|
|Bimetallic Nanoparticles Used for Environmental Remediation and Energy Production|
|Toxicity and bioavailability of mixed contaminants (organic and inorganic)|
|Phosphorous recovery and reuse from waste stream|
|Ecotoxicity, bioremediation and monitoring of mercury in the environment.|
Synthesis, efficacy and behaviour of nano-encapsulated pesticides to control agricultural pests and their impact on the environment
Reactions of pyrogenic carbon and cadmium in soil
|Blight: the impacts of public policy on remediation of contaminated sites in Australia|
|Wastewater driven biomass production for energy generation|
|Cultivation of microalgae and identification of optimum C/N ratios for anaerobic codigestion of microalgae with wastewater and paper|
|Biological synthesis and evaluation of nano-scale iron for the remediation of chromium contaminated water|
|Investigations into the fate of PAH slowly desorbing fractions in soil: Implications for ecological and human health risk assessment|
|Application of Modeling in Environmental science|
|Measurement for human health risk assessment and compliance model for heavy metals|
|Understanding interactions between soil, black carbon, and organic contaminants: towards robust prediction of bioavailability and contaminated land management|
Biogeochemical mechanisms of biosolids application on carbon sequestration in soils
CRC CARE is not currently offering research scholarships, but may do so in the future. Please keep an eye on the CRC CARE website for information.
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