PhD Opportunity – Sustainable flexible electronics (including research visit at NTU, Singapore)

Using natural derived functional materials, we aim to create a roadmap for sustainable development in flexible devices, balancing the benefits of natural materials with dependable performance in green electronics. This concept will transition flexible devices from conventional mountable devices to innovative on-spot devices, mitigating environmental concerns and bridging the technology gap for future human-machine-environment interactions.

This PhD will be under primary supervision of Professor Prashant Sonar, and included in a Joint Lab Program set up between the Nanyang Technological University in Singapore and the Centre for Materials Science at QUT, Australia. Successful applicants are expected to spend up to 12 months of their candidature at NTU facilities in Singapore.

More information and how to apply here.