The Training Centre for Integrated Operations for Complex Resources is funded by the Australian Research Council to support 16 full time Higher Degree by Research (HDR) students who will undertake inter-disciplinary research in mining engineering, mineral processing, metallurgy, chemical engineering, biochemistry, geostatistics, applied geology, mechanical engineering, computer science, mathematics, statistics and related areas.
143 years ago the University of Adelaide was founded with a noble goal: to prepare, for South Australia, young leaders shaped by education rather than birth or wealth in a settlement free of old world social and religious inequalities. The University's first Vice-Chancellor, Dr Augustus Short, had a vision for a university open to investigate new fields such as the sciences, modern literature, art and moral philosophy; This vision was realised in 1882 when the University became the first in Australia to grant degrees in science. The spirit of enquiry was further embraced and the freedom ... read more
The scholarship will be for 3.5 years (PhD projects) and has a stipend of $34,013 per annum (indexed annually).
It is likely to be tax exempt, subject to Taxation Office approval.
Applicants must be Australian citizens or permanent residents of Australia or onshore international students who are acceptable as candidates for a HDR degree at one of the host universities
Female applicants are strongly encouraged to apply.
Expressions of interest should be submitted to [email protected] with IOCR Training Centre PLUS the specific HDR project number (e.g. HDR 3) of one or more of the projects in the subject heading. Please ensure you include all of the following documents:
For more details, visit University of Adelaide website.