Jonathan Clarke-Hannaford aims to work in the renewable energy sector once he has completed a Bachelor of Science (Applied Sciences) at RMIT.
Bachelor of Science (Applied Sciences) (Honours)
On top of the practical laboratory experience, I've used high-end molecular modelling software and had access to supercomputers to run computational experiments.
My quest is to understand the nature of our universe.
Through my studies, I am looking to improve technology and to harness current scientific research to explore the world around us.
I chose RMIT because of the opportunity to apply the knowledge and skills learnt to solve important problems faced by the industry throughout my degree. This valuable industry-led experience also helps to integrate into a career after graduation.
A highlight so far was working alongside a team based at the Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO) on my honours project, where I was able to use high-tech equipment and facilities.
On top of the practical laboratory experience, I’ve used high-end molecular modelling software and had access to supercomputers to run computational experiments.
This flexible honours program requires that you study hard and be organised, prioritising each task and meeting deadlines. There are also a number of presentations you’ll have to give to your fellow students and supervisors.
With guidance from your supervisors and efficient time management, the rewards from this program are many.
With all this experience under my belt, I’d like to eventually find work in the renewable energy sector.