Title of Project
Graphene - Fabrication and Applications
Name of Advisor/s
Dr Elsa Antunes & Prof Mohan Jacob
College of Science & Engineering
Summary of Project
JCU Electronics Material Lab has an excellent facility to develop Graphene from various renewable carbon sources. The main focus of the research group is to develop large area high-quality graphene using Plasma Enhanced Chemical Vapour Deposition. The lab possesses different plasma sources such as Radio Frequency and Microwaves. The project involves material fabrication, material characterization, design and fabrication of different devices, and developing applications especially for biomedical applications, battery/storage systems, organic electronics.
This project has different components and involves different fields/ academic disciplines such as Electrical Engineering, Chemical Engineering, Materials Engineering, Chemistry, Physics, Biomedicine etc. Based on the candidate’s field of study, and research interest, the objectives of the project will be designed.
Graphene, PECVD, Supercapacitors, Battery, Biomedical Devices
Would suit an applicant who
has completed a first-class Honours or a Masters degree in Electrical and Electronics Engineering, Materials Engineering, Physics, Chemistry and related areas.