ARC Grant Funded PhD Scholarship - Development of advanced actuation and sensing system for condition assessment of structures using nonlinear ultrasonic guided waves

Applications close
31 January 2022
Payment per year
$28,597 (2021 rate)
Duration
Up to 3 years
Program
Doctor of Philosophy
Degree
Postgraduate Research
Citizenship
Australian Citizens
Australian Permanent Residents
New Zealand Citizens
Permanent Humanitarian Visa Holders
International Students
Type of Scholarship
Academic
Financial Need
Students with Disabilities
Available In
Faculty of Engineering, Computer and Mathematical Sciences
Available To
Future
Commencing

Flyer: ARC Grant Funded PhD Scholarship - Development of advanced actuation and sensing system for condition assessment of structures using nonlinear ultrasonic guided waves

The Scholarship funded by an Australian Research Council Discovery Project to support a full-time PhD student who is undertaking research in Structural Health Monitoring and Nondestructive Evaluation research area with focus on developing advance actuation and sensing system for condition assessment of structures using ultrasonic wave.

 

Available for study within:

School of Civil Environmental and Mining Engineering

School of Mechanical Engineering

School of Electrical and Electronic Engineering

 

Eligibility:

Applicants can be domestic or international applicants who are acceptable as candidates for a PhD degree at the University of Adelaide.  Eligible candidates must:

  • Have completed a relevant Bachelor degree with First Class Honours, or a Masters degree that contains a significant (and relevant) research component with equivalent academic performance.  Students who hold a degree in Structural, Civil or Mechanical Engineering will be considered favourably.
  • Be interested in structural health monitoring, nondestructive evaluation and infrastructure monitoring.
  • Applicants are expected to have a solid background in structural mechanics/dynamic/acoustic and numerical modelling of structures (e.g. finite element modelling)

 

Stipend:

The scholarship will be for 3 years with a possible 6-month extension and has a stipend of $28,597 (2021 rate, indexed annually) per annum.  It is likely to be tax exempt, subject to Taxation Office approval.

 

Enquiries:

Contact Person: Associate Professor Alex Ching Tai Ng

School of Civil, Environmental & Mining Engineering

Tel: (08) 8313 1237; Email: alex.ng@adelaide.edu.au

 

Contact Person: Professor Andrei Kotousov

School of Mechanical Engineering

Tel: (08) 8313 5439; Email: andrei.kotousov@adelaide.edu.au 

 

Applying:

Expressions of interest should be submitted to alex.ng@adelaide.edu.au by 31 January 2022 with the name of scholarship in the subject heading. Please ensure you include all of the following documents: