Funded by Australian Research Council and industry, an exciting opportunity has become available for up to three PhD candidates to join a multi-disciplinary team to develop models and methodology in service life prediction of infrastructure, such as buildings and underground pipes.
Candidates are expected to hold a good Bachelor or Masters Degree in Civil, Mechanical, Building Engineering, or a related field, such as Applied Mathematics.
The ideal candidate for this position will have demonstrated knowledge and proven experience in one of the following areas:
- Applied mathematics;
- Engineering mechanics;
- Materials science and engineering;
- Numerical and programming skills
To be considered for scholarship you must hold, or be currently completing a degree in Civil, Mechanical, Building Engineering or a related field such as Applied Mathematics:
- a Master by research
- a Master by coursework with a significant research component graded as high distinction, or equivalent
- a Honours degree achieving first class honours
- a 4 year bachelor degree achieving a GPA of 4 or equivalent (80% or above).
How to Apply
All applicants should email the following to Professor Chun-Qing Li (firstname.lastname@example.org):
- a cover letter (this should detail applicant's alignment with research areas of scholarship)
- your Curriculum Vitae
- academic transcript