Our CIRES family is growing!
Our first cohort of PhD students has commenced at the ARC Training Centre for Information Resilience (CIRES). Welcome Krishna Dermawan, Samual MacDonald, Daisy Xu and Hechuan Wen pictured here at CIRES HQ at The University of Queensland.
Krishna Dermawan will be working on the Improving Sepsis Management through Better Data and Rapid Learning project in collaboration with our government partner Queensland Health, and supervised by Professor Marta Indulska and Dr Ida Asadi-Someh.
Samual MacDonald will be working on the Advancing Deep Neural Network Reliability During Dataset Shift project in collaboration with our industry partner Max Kelsen, and supervised by Dr Fred Roosta-Khorasani.
Hechuan Wen will be working on the Using Data to Overcome Wellbeing Challenges Across the Life Spectrum project in collaboration with our government partner Health & Wellbeing Queensland, and supervised by Dr Tong Chen and A/Prof Hongzhi Yin.
Daisy Xu will be working on the Defining and Measuring Analytics Value project in collaboration with our industry partner Aginic, and supervised by Professor Marta Indulska and Dr Ida Asadi-Someh.
Welcome also to Lufan Zhang who has commenced at Swinburne University of Technology working with Paul Scifleet, Amir Aryani and the team at Astral.
On behalf of the research team at the ARC Training Centre for Information Resilience (CIRES), I am delighted to share our vision for Information Resilience, outlined in our recently published paper in the VLDB Journal, Special Issue on Responsible Data Management. The cross-disciplinary team at CIRES presents Information Resilience as the nexus of responsible and agile approaches to information use, and outlines a 17-point manifesto for Information Resilience.
Read the full paper at https://lnkd.in/gAKAzbSs and reach out to us at CIRES to join the efforts to realise the manifesto together with our industry and government partners.
Applications closed 10th April 2022.
To register your interest for future PhD scholarship opportunities, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
CIRES is seeking highly motivated PhD researchers to join the Centre for exciting projects with industry and government partners Max Kelsen, Queensland Police Service, and Queensland Health.
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 (equivalent) placement with the industry or government partner.
We offer a generous scholarship package of $34,938 per annum (2022 rate) and top up scholarships from $5,000 per annum. We are now recruiting for the three projects below. All positions are based at the University of Queensland’s St Lucia Campus in Brisbane.
Any questions? Contact the CIRES Team via email@example.com
Applications close 10 April 2022.