Video series which focuses on researchers at The University of Queensland working in data intensive domains with major data challenges. Featuring interviews with Australia’s top scientists including Prof Ian Frazer AC, Translational Research Institute [TRI], Prof Janeen Baxter, Centre Director, Institute for Social Science Research, and Prof Ove Hoegh-Guldberg, ARC Centre of Excellence for Coral Reef Studies.
Applications closed 6th October 2022.
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Multiple positions available
We are recruiting for some exciting PhD opportunities to join CIRES, based at The University of Queensland, St Lucia campus.
You will have the opportunity to build innovative solutions for responsible and efficient use of data in a variety of application areas including health, education, insurance, and the public sector.
CIRES is currently recruiting for the following projects:
- Developing Analytics-Driven Organisations, Aginic
- Data as a service Architecture, Queensland Police Service
- Expanding Data Sets to Allow Improved Critical Care for Children – Inpatient Risk Prediction, Queensland Health
- Expanding Data Sets to Allow Improved Critical Care for Children – Outpatient Risk Prediction, Queensland Health
Applications close 6th October 2022. Apply now
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About the scholarship
- An ARC Stipend Scholarship, tax exempt and indexed annually, $34,938 per annum and top-up scholarship from $5,000 per annum, for 3.5 years, as well as a minimum $5,000 per annum in project support funds
- For international students, you will also receive a UQ Tuition Fee Waiver Scholarship
- The opportunity to work at one of Australia’s leading research and teaching institutions, The University of Queensland
- Real-world experience as you undertake a one-year (equivalent) placement with the industry partner or government partner
- The opportunity to be part of the ARC Training Centre for Information Resilience (CIRES) under the leadership of renowned computer scientist Professor Shazia Sadiq