This particular type of inquiry holds potential for breakthrough research on deep-seated issues, but little is known about their governance and whether they actually drive industry change. This category-1 PhD position will launch a stunning research career. Exo-skeletons have been the area of interest since the mid 70’s, predominately focusing on the ability to increase productivity of heavy labouring tasks. This will offer the student a unique opportunity to develop their skills in applied, industry-facing, integrated mixed methods research with a team of leading global experts and practitioners. The student will work closely with the CSRM research team, which consists of leading global experts in mining and resettlement, community relations, governance, agreements, development, cultural heritage, human rights, Indigenous peoples, mine closure, conflict and gender. The PhD candidate will work on experiments in political economics under the supervision of the advisory team. Candidates should have a minimum of a 4 year Bachelors degree which includes a major project in their final year. About the course. teaching duties at the Departments). The total value of this ARC-generated position is 152,000€ / £127,000 / $AU253,000. Our general approach is to welcome outstanding candidates (the very best) at every level of training to contribute to our award-winning team. About Us. This PhD project will develop and test an irregular CA model to align with land cadastre boundaries, and a 3D CA model structure to account for the vertical growth of cities. Our project is funded by the Australian Research Council (ARC). Available research projects. Available PhD projects (2) Extent and formation of diagenetic dolomite bodies This project is an integral part of the Qatar Carbonates and Carbon Storage Research Centre (QCCSRC) , and is financed by Qatar Petroleum, Shell, and the Qatar Science and Technology Park. The Department of Environment and Geography is a leading centre for teaching and research on sustainable solutions to the world's environmental issues. Real clinical issues drive our research questions that are addressed in the laboratory. There are no citizenship restrictions on applicants. PhD opportunities. By the end of the PhD, the candidate will be capable of working independently and be an autonomous and integral part of the research team. The expected outcome is a comprehensive understanding of the human decision process through cognitive models that provide an accurate reflection of this mental process. They will also collaborate with the Institute of Social Science Research (ISSR) as well as the applied work of industrial inquiry practitioner and disaster scholar Andrew Hopkins from the Australian National University’s (ANU) College of Arts and Social Sciences. Supervisors: Dr Sophia Tsoka and Dr Alessia Annibale. As an outcome, how routines are formed and developed to establish and sustain the creation of high-impact new ventures are uncovered; making significant contributions to core areas of management and entrepreneurship research, while providing sound guidance to entrepreneurs, industry and policy makers about the process of creating high impact new ventures. It seeks to improve understanding of the incidence, spatial patterns and drivers of migrants’ movement within Australia and the sociodemographic impact on regions and individuals. They are of particular interest for technologies such as Smart Windows, displays and privacy glass, where the material can act as a normal window, but at the touch of a button can change colour, or transparency. This project investigates how children deploy digital devices to interact with the "natural" world and how this influences their literate practices, emotional engagement and identities. This research project has funding attached. A Master degree in chemical engineering, bioengineering, chemistry, material science, or other relevant fields would be advantages. To achieve this understanding the research adopts a practice-based approach to gain in-depth knowledge of what entrepreneurs actually do in the process of creating high impact new ventures. We have several projects running at any given time (see the lab website and publications for a sense of what we do). Available PhD Projects Full fee scholarships and stipends are offered by Monash University for suitably qualified applicants Applicants are expected to apply for government and university scholarships through Monash University’s standard procedures for higher degree student funding. The applicant will demonstrate academic achievement in the field(s) of social sciences and applied research methods and the potential for scholastic success. This is a fixed-term contract in accordance with Section 2 of the academic fixed-term labor contract act (Wissenschaftszeitvertragsgesetz, WissZeitVG). At RMIT, you can do your research program by project or thesis mode. DP200101253) aims to transform our understanding of ancient Athens from c. 630 to 321 BC. International applicants may need to apply much earlier for visa reasons. Details of currently-available PhD research projects in Mechanical Engineering at the University of Birmingham, powered by The project will yield fundamental knowledge of the scale, timing and patterns of temporary population mobility in Asia. A working knowledge of working collaboratively across disciplines and stakeholders, working with people with disabilities, and translation of research into practice would be of benefit to someone working on this project. The project (grant no. Steelmaking is the largest single source of industrial CO 2 emissions in the world.Two PhD positions are available on a brand new MBIE Endeavour programme which aims to develop a novel process for the zero-CO 2 production of iron and steel from NZ ironsand. About us. Applicants will be informed whether they will be invited for interview by late-December/early January, with interviews to take place 18-19 February 2021. Some projects may also provide scope for you to propose your own ideas and approaches. Chosen a project? The Enhanced Actinide Removal Plant (EARP), located at Sellafield, Cumbria, is one of the UK’s most important radioactive effluent treatment plants, removing actinides and selected fission products from reprocessing effluents by association with a ferric iron (oxyhydr)oxide floc, which is precipitated from acidic effluent streams by the addition of NaOH. The basic requirement is a BA Hons or MPhil in Ancient History or Classics. Unsuccessful projects may still go ahead as self-funded opportunities. Here are a few tips on how to overcome this difficulty. This PhD project will explore the dynamics of temporary migration both within and between selected countries of Asia. Candidates are matched with an appropriate project based on interest and expertise. A first class Honours, Master or equivalent with a background Geography, Demography, Epidemiology, Population studies or related discipline. It is interested in everyday cultural practices relating to ethical consumption, including through social media, and will provide key insights for bluesports communities to enable them to make better choices about their attitudes and practices relating to sustainable oceans and coasts. These issues are investigated longitudinally across countries, Australia and Finland, and in relation to key contextual issues of social class, material conditions, and pedagogical approach. This ARC Linkage Project will investigate the value of these inquiries for different stakeholder groups, and draw lessons for future inquiries. This project aims to investigate the links between sport, community and identity in Aboriginal communities in Queensland, NSW and the Northern Territory during the twentieth century (with a focus on Cherbourg, La Perouse, Redfern and Yuendumu). You should check the project and department details for more information. writing experimental code in JavaScript or Python. This is a truly international search. Formal training in classical Greek and a reading knowledge of French and/or German would be big advantages. You should check the project and department details for more information. Some projects, which are funded by charities or by the universities themselves may have more stringent restrictions. Find out what to do next. If you also intend to apply for a scholarship, please see our Scholarships page. Competition Funded PhD Project (European/UK Students Only). International applicants may need to apply much earlier for visa reasons. *This project is available until December 2019 unless a suitable candidate is found prior. International applicants may need to apply much earlier for visa reasons. Available PhD Projects MRes in Plastic Electronic Materials: We are now accepting applications for October 2020 entry!