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PhD Scholarships in Computational Mechanics and Machine Learning, School of Civil and Environmental Engineering, UNSW Sydney, Australia

Professor Nasser Khalili's research group at the School of Civil and Environmental Engineering, UNSW Sydney, Australia (https://www.engineering.unsw.edu.au/civil-engineering/staff/nasser-khalili), is looking for several PhD students on the following topics:

 

1) Computational Mechanics of Multiphase Porous Materials

2) Geo-structure Health Monitoring and Predictive Maintenance

3) Computational Fracture Mechanics

4) Experimental investigation of Unsaturated Soils

 

Ideal Candidate:

Have a four-year Bachelor's and MSc degrees with high WAMs (GPAs) or equivalent research qualification experience from top institutions in the field of Civil Engineering, Mechanical Engineering or closely related areas;

Have a track record of publications in top ranked scholarly journals and presentations in the peer-reviewed conferences; and,

Have good interpersonal, communication, presentation and writing skills in English.

 

Offer 

Three years and half of stipend ($28,597 per annum, tax free) and tution fee waiver (TFS Scholarship); 

Funds to attend international/national conferences and workshops;

Casual contracts available for demonstration/marking at $53 (horly rate); and,

Health insurance for the whole period of study and flight tickets (for exceptional applicants who could secure RTP Scholarships).

Note 1: Top applicants who are elligible for RTP scholarships are considered for top-ups based on their performance.

Note 2: Local students are strongly recommended to apply for RTP scholarships due to higher success rates. 

 

Contact

Interested applicants are invited to submit their EOI to Dr Mohammad Vahab (m.vahab@unsw.edu.au).

 

 

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