Congratulations to University of Queensland Researcher and Centre Chief Investigator Associate Professor Hongzhi Yin who has been awarded a prestigious Australian Research Council (ARC) Future Fellowship for the project “Decentralised Collaborative Predictive Analytics on Personal Smart Devices”. The 2021 ARC Future Fellowships scheme will see 100 new research projects funded at universities around Australia, focused on areas of national priority. Future Fellowships provide successful researchers with an opportunity to dedicate four years to their research endeavours in Australia. Hongzhi’s project will tackle the challenging problem of personalised predictive analytics with resource-constrained personal devices and massive-scale data.
See the full ARC media release here.
Applications closed 12 September 2021.
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We’re recruiting! 5 PhD positions available.
CIRES is seeking highly motivated PhD researchers to join the Centre for exciting projects with the following industry partners: Queensland Health, Queensland Police Service, and Max Kelsen.
This is an opportunity to be part of an innovative HDR training program. As a PhD researcher with CIRES, you will have the opportunity to work collaboratively with university and industry partner supervisors on research with real world impact. During your degree, you will undertake a one-year placement with the industry partner.
We offer a generous scholarship package of $34,627 per annum (2021 rate) and top up scholarships from $5,000 per annum. We are now recruiting for the following projects. All positions are based at the University of Queensland’s St Lucia Campus. Applications close 12th September 2021.
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