PhD Scholarship in Infrastructure Assessment
Funded by Australian Research Council, the PhD scholarships are an opportunity for eligible candidates to join a multi-disciplinary team, developing models and methodology in service life prediction of infrastructure for buildings and underground pipes.
Three scholarships to the value of $30,000 AUD for three (3) years, with possible six month extension are available.
Prospective applicants will be required to meet the minimum entry requirements to a PhD program at RMIT University, having demonstrated knowledge and experience in the area of Civil, Mechanical and Building Engineering, or Applied Mathematics.
It is preferred applicants have Bachelor or Master level degrees in Civil, Mechanical, Building Engineering, or a related field, such as Applied Mathematics.
Prospective candidates will be required to submit an application for admission to the PhD Program Civil and Infrastructure Engineering program (DR218) as per instructions available on the School of Engineering website.
To submit your application or for further information, contact Professor Chun Qing Li (firstname.lastname@example.org). Only applications sent to Professor Chun Qing Li will be accepted and must include the following:
- Academic Transcripts
- A proposal on your selected topic from one of the following three: Service Life Prediction of Structures, Fracture Failure of Metal Pipes and Optimization of Building Services.
Applications close 11:55pm Saturday 31st March 2018