Do you want to be a part of the next big thing in ICT?
- want to work with Australia’s leading ICT research organization?
- want to do a PhD in Australia?
- want to travel, commercialize your ideas, develop your research in multinational team?
- want to make a real impact?
- want to study as part of exciting research projects and get support for scientific writing?
- want to try it before you finish your undergraduate degree?
Talk to us: if you’ve got imagination, we’ve got scholarships.
For 1-3 months, 1,500-1,900 AUD per month and additional travel funding
1. Australian Honours I or an equivalent international degree in applied mathematics, computational linguistics, computer science, engineering or statistics
2. Experience or interest in the domain and applications related to the selected project
3. Desire for PhD studies in Australia
1. Taking the responsibility for your own project: literature reviews, scientific methodology, programming, experiments, academic writing
2. Interacting with your supervisors and project team: asking for comments and following feedback
3. Active participation to weekly project meetings
4. A written final report (possibly in a form of a scientific paper) and its oral presentation
1. Work experience in an independent company in the business of research, commercialization and research training
2. Support for writing a scientific paper
3. Support for writing a PhD student application
4. Interaction with a multi-professional and interdisciplinary design and implementation team
5. Possibilities for real-life use and system extensions in the future
Step 1: Select a project from the list below
Step 2: Prepare your application, including an application letter, CV, transcript of study records and one-page research proposal
Step 3: Follow the submission guidelines (see the project poster)
Making sense of health data: the right information to the right people at the right time
Supervisors: Dr Hanna Suominen and Dr Wray Buntine and Dr Leif Hanlen, NICTA Canberra Research Laboratory and Australian National University, College of Engineering and Computer Science
Contact person: Dr Michael Norrish