Prizes and Scholarships
Applications are now open for two PhD scholarships valued at $42,596 per annum (RTP + $15K top-up), for 3 years.
The ARENA funded research project, Laser Diagnostics in Non-isothermal Multiphase Flows, focuses on the development and application of non-intrusive optical diagnostics in complex multi-phase flows. The project aims for simultaneous real-time imaging of particles and gas temperature.
The Australian Institute for Nuclear Science and Engineering (AINSE) is offering a prestigious scholarship for students interested in the use of nuclear techniques, across a wide range of disciplines. Students studying disciplines such as archaeology, biology, chemistry, engineering, geology, materials science, medicine, nanotechnology, and physics are encouraged to apply.
The University of Adelaide and CSIRO in partnership with an Industry partner are offering an elite 4-year industry focused PhD (iPhD) program which includes a minimum 6-month industry placement, training and professional development activities and the opportunity to work in an industry-defined research area with quality support and supervision.
The BAE Systems JOIN Engineering Scholarship has been established by BAE Systems to support one undergraduate student commencing the second year of the Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) (Electrical and Electronic) program of study at the University of Adelaide.
We are excited to announce applications are now open for the 2019 NAWIC International Women’s Day (IWD) Scholarship. Supported by our generous, long-term sponsor CULT, the $20,000 research scholarship is the most significant award of its kind for female professionals working in the property and construction industry.
Applications are now open for the 2019 Playford Memorial Trust Scholarship Program.
The Anglicare SA 150 Augustus Short Scholarship is available to a student of high academic merit, who has relocated from a rural or remote area and is experiencing challenging financial circumstances or another disadvantage.
The University of Adelaide, CSIRO and Andromeda Metals Limited have launched an industry-focused PhD program to undertake a project on High Performance Solid-State Li-ion Battery based on Halloysite Additives for Next Generation Energy Storage Applications.
Applications are invited for a top-up scholarship leading to the degree of Doctorate of Philosophy in the School of Computer Science or Adelaide Medical School.