The School of Surveying & Spatial Information Systems at UNSW in Sydney is looking for students to fill three PhD and three Research Masters scholarships across three research areas in the field of navigation and earth observation research (NEO).
The scholarships are valued at $27,000 per year (tax free), with funding coming from the Cooperative Research Centre for Spatial Information (CRCSI).
The three areas of interest include:
GNSS Ionospheric Delay Variance Modelling (PhD scholarship)
QZSS LEX Augmentation Signal Experiment (Research Masters scholarship)
Next Generation Geodetic Datum for Australia & New Zealand (2 PhD and 2 Research Masters scholarships)
Applicants should possess a Bachelor/Masters Degree in Surveying/Geomatics; Physics or other Science disciplines; Computing/IT; Mathematics/Statistics; Electrical, Mechanical, Telecommunications or other Engineering disciplines.
Only Australian/NZ citizens or those holding Permanent Residency are eligible, and the applicant’s academic credentials will be assessed by UNSW Graduate Research School (http://www.grs.unsw.edu.au).
For more information and to apply, contact Associate Professor Samsung Lim (firstname.lastname@example.org), Director of Postgraduate Studies.
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