Prizes and Scholarships
The Applidyne Engineering Electronics Design Scholarship is an opportunity for students in their penultimate year in a Bachelor of an Electronics Engineering degree to apply their studies in real life scenarios while being mentored by our Engineers.
The Mid-Year Round Research Scholarship for domestic students is now open. This round makes available a limited number of research scholarships opportunities, including admission and stipend. Open: 1 May - 16 June.
A top-up scholarship is available to work with Prof. Joshua Ross and Dr Thomas Prowse on a project entitled Modelling Multi-strain RHDV Dynamics in Exotic Rabbits.
Glencore is offering a $10,000 per/annum scholarship to a minimum second year Undergraduate. This scholarship is to support study and provide paid work placements until the completion of the Graduate Degree qualification.
An exciting opportunity has arisen to work on a PhD project exploring identity recognition and using soft biometrics. This project is a collaboration between Defence Science & Technology Group (DSTG) and The University of Adelaide.
The School of Civil, Environmental and Mining Engineering is offering a PhD scholarship in the field of quantifying uncertainty on resource domain boundaries.
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.