First Round of PhD Scholarships
Applications closed 12 September 2021. Be the first to know about the next round of CIRES PhD Scholarship opportunities, follow us on Twitter and LinkedIn. 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 […]
Applications closed 12 September 2021.
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.
For full details and how to apply visit our Study With Us page
- Community Attitude to Law Enforcement Data, Queensland Police Service
- Advancing Deep Neural Network Reliability During Dataset Shift, Max Kelsen
- Expanding Data Sets to Allow Improved Critical Care for Children – Outpatient Risk Prediction, Queensland Health
- Improving Sepsis Management through Better Data and Rapid Learning, Queensland Health
- Expanding Data Sets to Allow Improved Critical Care for Children – Inpatient Risk Prediction, Queensland Health
If you have any questions about CIRES or applying for these projects, please contact our Centre Manager Kate Aldridge email@example.com
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