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The GlobH2E Training Centre is recruiting several Post-Doctoral Research Associate/Researcher and PhD students to work on a range of Hydrogen themed and related projects at the GlobH2E Training Centre. The successful candidates will have a unique training opportunity through:

  • World-class and state-of-the-art facilities and experts across the participating universities, research institutions, industry partners and other organisations

  • An integrated Training Centre research agenda with inter-disciplinary projects across 5 themes area

  • Opportunity to work or placement with partner organisations and industry partners

  • Research skills, career development workshops and relevant industrial training

  • Competitive support for national and international conference travel and networking opportunity

  • Generous project support and excellent mentorship

  • Delivering the next generation of highly skilled workforce to give Australia the ability to build home-grown hydrogen solutions and economic models.

PhD positions

Current Opportunities

We are looking to recruit PhD students for the following projects:

General Information

  • Applications are sought from candidates with strong academic background in one or more of the following areas: chemical engineering, mechanical engineering, electrical engineering, computer science and social policy;

  • Successful applicants will conduct the research in an integrated, inter-disciplinary environment and will spend a total of 12 months of the research project in one or more of the industry partner companies or relevant industries;

  • Successful applicants will receive a tax-free stipend of AUD $33,413 per annum as set by ARC for three years (with possible six month extension). International applicants are encouraged to apply and maybe eligible for Tuition Fee Scholarship (TFS). *Note: Positions at UNSW Sydney are remunerated at AUD $37, 684 per annum.


  • PhD applicants must be acceptable as candidates for a PhD degree at one of the following universities: University of New South Wales, University of Queensland, University of Sydney, University of Newcastle, Curtin University and Monash University;

  • The minimum requirement for Scholarship with admission to a PhD is:

    • A four-year Bachelor's degree with Honours Class I from an Australian institution or equivalent research qualification experience. This qualification must be in a field relevant to the proposed area of research.

    • Please note that ALL applicants, whether domestic or international must provide evidence that their language ability meets the minimum English language* requirements. The following table provides guidelines on common English language test acceptable for meeting English requirement:

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*please check individual institutions’ requirement for English language. For UNSW, check out:

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