[Australia] Học Bổng Toàn Phần Bậc Tiến Sĩ Tổ Chức Nghiên Cứu Khoa Học Và Đổi Mới (CSIRO) Của Khối Thịnh Vượng Chung Tại Các Trường Đại Học Úc 2022-2023
CSIRO’s Data61 is home to one of the largest collections of research and development expertise on artificial intelligence (AI) and data science in the world. Data61 is at the forefront of digital science and innovation. At CSIRO’s Data61 you can immerse yourself in an inclusive culture where a diversity of minds and views are welcomed. Data61 PhD students work closely with their Data61 PhD supervisors and research teams on projects aligned to Data61’s research goals. Students are enrolled in a PhD at an Australian university and university supervisors also provide supervision and support throughout the program. Graduates from our scholarship program are equipped with skills and knowledge for a wide range of careers in science, engineering and research and have gone on to roles in tech companies, businesses, universities and research institutes. Graduates continue to connect with CSIRO through our alumni network.
Sydney, NSW, AU Hobart, TAS, AU Melbourne, VIC, AU Brisbane, QLD, AU Canberra, ACT, AU
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We have a range of exciting opportunities available for PhD students who are passionate about science and engineering in the digital and data sciences.
We deliver a diverse, inclusive and flexible working environment where our people are supported and our teams are empowered to come up with digital and data solutions with impact.
We are looking for exceptional candidates across a range of research areas. We want diverse and creative scholars who are excited about being part of socially impactful research. Project details are in the research projects list (link).
Students may be based at various locations across Australia.
Applications are only open to:
Important note: If you have already commenced your PhD studies, you must be less than 12 months into your PhD on 01 September 2022. Students who are awarded a base stipend from their university will be considered for top-up scholarships from CSIRO’s Data61.
Please see FAQs (link) if you have any questions regarding the above eligibility
Successful candidates receive a scholarship package including:
Applications will be assessed on:
Please note the relevance of the selected university supervisor’s research background and their willingness to supervise the student in collaboration with the CSIRO’s Data61 supervisor should also be made clear by the student, as follow up references and confirmations will be actioned in the selection process.
Applicants may apply to a maximum of two projects (two preferences). For details of the research projects that may be undertaken, please view the research projects list (link) Note: Some projects listed may not proceed.
Applications require the following documentation:
Information about these documents is outlined below. Candidates may be required to provide at least two referees (preferably academic referees) upon request.
In the online application system, you will be required to submit your application in the following order:
Applications without the required documentation or who submit documentation in the incorrect application fields will be considered incomplete and will not be assessed. Applications received via email will be deleted.
Your CV provides an overview of your educational and employment history and your skills. You should include:
List all degrees studied in your educational history, indicating the name of the degree, university, years studied and GPA if known. If you completed a thesis as part of your degree, provide its title, the mark and list your supervisor/s.
List your employer, your role, duration of employment, duties and achievements.
List any awards received throughout your tertiary study or employment. Do not provide/attach evidence of awards, for example certificates.
Provide a list of publications that have been accepted or published. Do not list publications that are submitted. Do not attach publications/papers to your application. Do not attach your Masters or Honours theses.
You may provide other information in the CV that you think is relevant to your assessment, for example, information about research interests, research project experience, or key skills such as coding.
Provide official transcripts for all university studies as pdf documents, including degrees not completed or abandoned. Provide translated documents where transcripts are in a language other than English. Ensure scans are legible. Do not provide transcripts from high school, testamurs/degree certificates or award certificates.
We work flexibly at CSIRO, offering a range of options for how, when and where you work. Talk to us about how this role could be flexible for you.
At CSIRO Australia’s national science agency, we solve the greatest challenges through innovative science and technology. We put the safety and wellbeing of our people above all else and earn trust everywhere because we only deal in facts. We collaborate widely and generously and deliver solutions with real impact.
Join us and start creating tomorrow today!
CSIRO is an Equal Opportunity employer working hard to recruit world-class talent that represents the diversity across our society.
08 July 2022,11.00pm AEST
Applications are highly competitive and may close for projects as suitable candidates are accepted. Early, quality applications are encouraged.