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UQIDAR 277
Position Filled
Vishnu MS

A many-body quantum thermal machine with programmable arrays of single atoms

This theoretical project will develop protocols for operating quantum machines built from arrays of tens of individual ultracold atoms. The aim is to generate and utilise many-body coherence and entanglement, via the control of dissipation and interactions, to demonstrate a quantum advantage.

UQ Supervisor

Professor Matthew Davis

School of Mathematics and Physics
IITD Supervisor

Assistant professor Bodhaditya Santra

Department of Physics
Additional Supervisor

Dr Lewis Williamson

School of Mathematics and Physics
Science and Mathematics
UQIDAR 276
Position Filled
UQ Supervisor

Dr Sisira Edirippulige

Centre for Online Health/Centre for Health Services Research
IITD Supervisor

Assistant professor Sisir Debnath

Department of Humanities and Social Science
Medicine, Health and Behavioural SciencesHumanities, Social Sciences and Education
UQIDAR 274
Position Filled
Shruti Acharya

COVID-19 associated behavior to build sustainable healthcare: Learnings from Indian and Australian Journey of COVID-19 Pandemic

The COVID-19 has affected people worldwide. People have displayed a variety of behavioral changes, for instance, wearing masks, panic buying, vaccination hesitancy, etc. The aim is to identify the diffusion of COVID-19 associated behavior in Australia and India & its role in sustainable development.

UQ Supervisor

Associate professor Sunil Venaik

UQ Business School
IITD Supervisor

Professor Sanjay Dhir

Department of Management Studies
Business Management, Economics and LawMedicine, Health and Behavioural Sciences
UQIDAR 273
Position Filled
Arnab Dutta

Polyanionic electrode materials for sodium-ion batteries

Research on sodium-ion batteries (NIBs) is motivated by the high cost and rarity of the ingredients in lithium-ion batteries. High energy density and stable electrode materials are key to battery technologies. The objective of this PhD project is to develop cost-effective cathode materials for NIBs.

UQ Supervisor

Professor George Zhao

School of Chemical Engineering
IITD Supervisor

Associate professor Rajendra S. Dhaka

Department of Physics
Engineering
UQIDAR 271
Position Filled
Manjeet Godara

Development of conductive two-dimensional metal-organic frameworks (MOFs) for electrocatalytic applications

This project aims to develop novel conductive two-dimensional metal-organic frameworks (MOFs) via precise nanoarchitecturing for electrochemical applications and investigate the intrinsic relationships between their physicochemical properties and electrocatalytic performance in water splitting.

UQ Supervisor

Dr Yusuf Kaneti

Australian Institute for Bioengineering and Nanotechnology (AIBN)
IITD Supervisor

Assistant professor Nirat Ray

Department of Materials Science and Engineering
Additional Supervisor

Professor Yusuke Yamauchi

Australian Institute for Bioengineering and Nanotechnology (AIBN)
Engineering
UQIDAR 270
Position Filled
Barath Vasimalai Ravi

Modelling and simulation of DC Arc plasma involving arc fluctuation and non-equilibrium mixing effects

This project aims to investigate the non-equilibrium mixing behaviour of chemical species within the plasma plume with the help of CFD modelling. The specific attributes sought in this project is the coupling of reaction kinetics with the plasma species transport model.

UQ Supervisor

Dr Pradeep Shukla

School of Chemical Engineering
IITD Supervisor

Assistant professor Mayank Kumar

Department of Mechanical Engineering
Additional Supervisor

Professor Victor Rudolph

School of Chemical Engineering
Engineering
UQIDAR 268
Position Filled
Aastha Goel

Single-nanoparticle upconversion nanolasers for probing biological systems

Miniaturized or nanoparticle-based lasers are emerging as promising candidates for biological sensing and imaging, particularly in in-vivo settings. We aim to harness the engineered single-nanoparticle upconverting nano-lasers to sense, image and control biological functions.

UQ Supervisor

Professor Matt Trau

Australian Institute for Bioengineering and Nanotechnology (AIBN)
IITD Supervisor

Assistant professor Soumik Siddhanta

Department of Chemistry
Additional Supervisor

Dr Selvakumar Edwardraja

Australian Institute for Bioengineering and Nanotechnology (AIBN)
Medicine, Health and Behavioural Sciences
UQIDAR 267
Position Filled
Neshwin Rodrigues

Informing institutional design for an efficient and equitable electricity sector transition in India

The proposed research will investigate the dynamics of how insufficient cost recovery affects India’s electricity transition outcomes. It will also identify policy strategies that could address both cost recovery and electricity transition objectives in a cost-effective and equitable manner.

UQ Supervisor

Dr Vigya Sharma

Sustainable Minerals Institute
IITD Supervisor

Assistant professor Kaveri Iychettira

Department of Public Policy
Additional Supervisor

Dr Joe Lane

School of Civil Engineering
Additional Supervisor

Professor Paul Lant

School of Chemical Engineering
Additional Supervisor

Assistant professor Abhishek Malhotra

School of Public Policy
Business Management, Economics and LawEngineeringHumanities, Social Sciences and Education
UQIDAR 265
Position Filled
Pankaj Upadhyay

Security Analytics of Internet of Things (IoT)

A key feature of the booming IoT is the integration of a wide assortment of technologies, including various standards, proprietary communication protocols and heterogeneous platforms. This PhD thesis is aimed to propose theoretical and systematic solutions to the security of IoT integration.

UQ Supervisor

Dr Guangdong Bai

School of Information Technology and Electrical Engineering
IITD Supervisor

Assistant professor Subodh Sharma

Department of Computer Science and Engineering
EngineeringIT and Computer Science
UQIDAR 264
Position Filled
Jesty Saira Varghese

Causes and Consequences of Hysterectomy: Trends in India and Australia

Hysterectomy, the surgical removal of the uterus, is the most frequently performed surgical procedure in women after caesarean delivery in most countries. This project will investigate the causes and consequences of hysterectomy in India and Australia using secondary data.

UQ Supervisor

Professor Gita Mishra

School of Public Health
IITD Supervisor

Assistant professor Sisir Debnath

Department of Humanities and Social Science
External Supervisor

Dr Sapna Desai

Epidemiology and Population Health, Population Council
Additional Supervisor

Dr Sourabh Paul

Department of Humanities and Social Science
Medicine, Health and Behavioural SciencesHumanities, Social Sciences and Education