Masters Degree by Research in 3D Metal Printing

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Gordon Wallace:

As part of the ARC Industrial Transformation Training Centre in Additive Biomanufacturing, we are seeking a Masters candidate to engage in a project to explore the use of 3D metal printing to develop novel approaches to thermal management in device production systems.


The project will involve:


  • Design and development of 3D metal printed structures;


  • Characterisation of thermal and physical properties of 3D metal printed parts;


  • Testing of optimised printed structure(s)  in a practical moulding operation.


The candidate should have an undergraduate engineering or physical sciences degree. Demonstrable experience of additive manufacturing technologies as well as design and computational modelling tools would be a distinct advantage.


The Masters Degree by Research in 3D Metal Printing is a full-time position over a period of 18 months.


How to apply

Your application should include:

  • A ONE-page curriculum vitae;
  • A ONE-page application letter detailing what you would bring to this project and your career aspirations.

Email your application to Prof Gordon Wallace at with the subject ‘3D Metal Printing Masters Application’.


Closing date Friday 21 August

For all enquiries, please contact A/Prof Stephen Beirne on (02) 4298 1537 or at



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