In this project, we will build unique cyber-attacks targeting systems that will be based on artificial intelligence (AI) approaches, as well as effective and efficient cyber-attack defense strategies. In order to study adversarial examples targeting various machine learning and deep learning algorithms applied for various systems, such as computer vision, smart voice recognition, the Internet of Things, autonomous and intelligent vehicles, and so on, the concept of adversarial machine learning has been proposed.
About the Scholarship:
The University of Queensland (UQ) is a renowned teaching and research university in Australia, with a student population of over 60,000. With a strong emphasis on teaching excellence, the University of Queensland has received more national teaching awards than any other Australian university. The University of Queensland has three campuses in South East Queensland. Brisbane is the home of the University of Queensland’s St Lucia and Herston campuses, as well as the state capital of Queensland. In addition to its easygoing and safe lifestyle, subtropical temperature, and dynamic culture, Brisbane has a population of around 2.4 million people, making it one of the largest cities in Australia. With World Heritage rainforests, mountain ranges, and beaches on our doorstep, Brisbane is quickly emerging as a regional hub for industry, investment, major events, and higher education in the Asia–Pacific region. As measured by several key independent rankings, UQ is among the world’s top universities, including the CWTS Leiden Ranking (32), Performance Ranking of Scientific Papers for World Universities (40), QS World University Rankings (47), the U.S. News Best Global Universities Rankings (42), Academic Ranking of World Universities (54), and the Times Higher Education World University Rankings (66). UQ is ranked in the top 50 in the world in 24 subjects, with two subjects ranking in the world’s top 5 and nine subjects ranking in the world’s top 30. These subjects include sports-related subjects (2), mineral and mining engineering (5), environmental sciences (11), agriculture and forestry (17), education (19), nursing (21), psychology (23), hospitality and leisure management (27) and sociology (27). (29). The University of Queensland’s 268,000 graduates form a vibrant global network spanning more than 170 nations, with roughly 14,500 PhDs among them. The University of Queensland’s three campuses in South East Queensland are currently home to more than 53,600 current students, including more than 18,600 postgraduate students and nearly 18,000 international students from 134 different countries. There are six faculties, eight globally recognized research institutes, and more than 100 research centers at the University of Queensland, which attracts an interdisciplinary community of approximately 1500 scientists, social scientists, and engineers to continue the university’s tradition of research leadership. UQ is also the first major institution in the world to be powered entirely by renewable energy, thanks to a A$125 million solar farm on its campus. Universitas 21 is a global consortium for massive open online courses that includes just three Australian members. It is also a founding member of the Group of Eight (Go8) and one of three Australian charter members of the global edX consortium for massive open online courses (MOOCs). Our research, work-integrated learning, and connections prepare students for fascinating jobs in a variety of industries. Participation in our career resources and networking events, as well as the UQ Employability Award program, are all opportunities for you. Aside from that, there are chances for exchange study at more than 150 partner institutions in 34 countries, as well as membership in more than 220 social, sporting, and academic organizations and societies. If you join UQ’s lively community of more than 54,000 students studying across the university’s three campuses in South East Queensland, you will have a great time. Over 20,000 postgraduate students and over 20,300 foreign students from 145 countries make up our student body, which is varied, supportive, and welcoming. UQ places a strong emphasis on teaching excellence, and has won more national teaching awards than any other Australian university. The university is committed to providing students with the best opportunities and practical experiences, and to empowering them with transferable knowledge and skills that will enable them to exceed expectations throughout their professional lives.
Scholarship Sponsor(s): The University of Queensland
Scholarship Country: United Kingdom
Scholarship Worth: $28,854
Study Level: Postgraduate
Nationality: International Students
$28,854 per year (2022 rate), with inflation adjustments made on a yearly basis.
African Studies’ Ph.D. program presents a solid foundation for students to develop cutting-edge research in the field. It is usually completed in three years full-time or six years part-time. A PhD in African Studies is an interdisciplinary research degree in which you will make a significant contribution to our understanding of Africa by pursuing an extended and focused piece of research on a topic of interest to you.
Eligibility for Scholarship.
Your application will be evaluated on the basis of its competitiveness.
We take into consideration your:
- previous academic record publication record honors and awards previous academic record previous publication record
- a description of one’s previous employment
- Someone working on this project would benefit from having a working grasp of cyber security, computer networking, and programming languages (such as Python, C, and Java).
- In the fields of computer science and engineering, information technology and software engineering, you will exhibit academic achievement as well as the potential for scholastic success
- It is very ideal to have a background or knowledge of cyber security, computer networking, and programming languages (such as Python, C, and Java).
The The University of Queensland 2022 Cyber Adversarial Attacks and Defences in AI systems is open to all International Students
You should do the following before submitting your application:
- Examine your qualifications for a Doctor of Philosophy degree (PhD)
- Prepare your supporting paperwork.
- In order to determine your eligibility for this fellowship, contact Associate Professor Dan Kim ([email protected]) by email.
- When you submit an application for a Doctor of Philosophy degree, you are automatically considered for this scholarship (PhD). There is no requirement to submit a separate scholarship application.
- When you submit your application, please make sure that you include the following information under the scholarships and collaborative studies section:
- Choose ‘My higher degree is not collaborative’ from the drop-down menu.
- Choose ‘I am applying for, or have been awarded, a scholarship or sponsorship’ from the drop-down menu.
- Choose ‘Other’, then ‘Research Project Scholarship,’ and write in ‘CYBER ATTACKS-KIM’ in the ‘Name of scholarship’ area to submit your application for the scholarship.
The application deadline for The University of Queensland 2022 Cyber Adversarial Attacks and Defences in AI systems Is April 4, 2022. It is worthy of note that the The University of Queensland 2022 Cyber Adversarial Attacks and Defences in AI systems is renewable every year.