PhD Scholarship in Archaeo-geochemistry: ISOTOPES AND TRACE ELEMENT IN HUMAN REMAINS 2021 is offered for PhD degree in the field of Archaeo-geochemistry. The deadline for the sending your application is Always Open. This scholarship is provided by Southern Cross University and the value of this scholarship is Partial Funding, Stipend of $28,597 per year . This scholarship is open for: Open to all nationals.
Southern Cross University, in collaboration with Agilent Technologies, is offering a fully-funded Ph.D. scholarship to work in the field of archaeo-geochemistry, in particular improving our understanding of hominid exposomes using LA-ICPMS/LA-MC-ICPMS on fossil remains. The Ph.D. will contain both robust methodological and palaeoanthropological components. Several projects are available and shortlisted candidates will be offered specific projects depending on their skills and interests.
The PhD student will work alongside scientists from Australia, USA, Germany, France, China and/or South Africa depending on the research topic, and who will contribute and provide guidance on characterization techniques, trace element and isotopic analyses, dental anatomy, and/or human evolution.
Southern Cross University (SCU) is an established Australian public university, with campuses at Lismore and Coffs Harbour in northern New South Wales, and at the southern end of the Gold Coast in Queensland.
The successful candidate of PhD Scholarship in Archaeo-geochemistry: ISOTOPES AND TRACE ELEMENT IN HUMAN REMAINS 2021will receive a PhD stipend for a 3 year duration at the Australian Research Training Program rate (the 2021 rate is $28,597 per year, indexed annually).
Please send your CV (2 pages max), a cover letter explaining your interest in and suitability for this scholarship (1 page), degree transcripts/certificates, details of two referees, and any other relevant research documents (e.g., publications/theses) in one PDF file via email to: [email protected] Please quote the PhD title in the subject line of the email.