The living allowance stipend in 2014 is AU$25,392 per annum (tax exempt, indexed annually, tuition fee waived). This scholarship is paid fortnightly for a period of 3 years.
City Campus, University of Technology, Sydney (UTS), Australia
Who can apply
Both Australian and international students who have a strong background in computer science, information technology, mathematics, statistics, or a related discipline are welcome.
Project ID and Title
QC-01: The computational complexity of quantum simulation (one scholarship)
QC-02: Quantum algorithms for simulating complex physical systems (one scholarship)
QC-03: Model-checking quantum Markov chains: towards verification techniques for quantum cryptographic systems (two scholarships)
QC-04: Quantum privacy: a mathematical foundation and novel solutions for highly secure communications (two scholarships)
IS-01: Big graph processing in MapReduce (two scholarships)
IS-02: Learning with Big Data (one scholarship)
IS-03: Enabling user-centric wisdom engines for big Information network search (one scholarship)
IS-04: Real-time query processing over multi-dimensional uncertain data streams (one scholarship)
IS-05: Location-aware frequent pattern mining (three scholarships)
IS-06: Fuzzy transfer learning (one scholarship)
How to Apply
- Please select your preferred project ID and upload your CV via the upload path below.
- If the supervisor shortlists you, you will be invited to submit a full PhD application to the UTS Graduate School.
a) Domestic student application procedures are available here.
b) International student application procedures are available here (closing dates: 31 March: July – August commencement, Spring Semester; 30 September: January – March commencement, Autumn Semester ).
Please upload your CV (with the title ”CV_yourName_Project ID” ) if you are interested in applying.
Please contact Ms Jing Jiang (firstname.lastname@example.org) or post your comments via this website if you have any queries.