Radar applications for ground deformation and land erosion mapping in Australia is the title of the project that Flinders University is looking for an exceptional candidate for so that they can award them a PhD scholarship. The project is financed by the CSIRO. The objective of this doctoral project is to investigate the potential benefits that could be derived from using satellite-based Earth observation data in order to better comprehend the ground level changes that occur as a result of land erosion, coastal erosion, landslides, and groundwater extraction.
The project’s primary focus is on deformation data obtained through the Interferometric Aperture Radar method; however, it may make use of a wide variety of auxiliary data obtained from the field, from aircraft, and from spacecraft in order to validate the measurements obtained through the processing of radar imagery.
About the Scholarship Sponsor:
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Scholarship Sponsor(s): Flinders University
Scholarship Country: Australia
Scholarship Worth: $35,000
Scholarship Type: Postgraduate
Nationality: International Students
- The following are part of the scholarship:
- A tax-free allowance in the amount of $35,000 Australian dollars per year is provided.
- The scholarship will be given out for a total of three and a half years.
- A Research Training Program Fee Offset Scholarship, which will pay tuition costs for Australian citizens, New Zealand citizens, and permanent residents of Australia and New Zealand.
- A laptop computer, access to the computing capabilities of the CSIRO, and special access to radar imagery products are also provided.
Eligibility for Scholarship
- A student must fulfill all of the following requirements in order to be considered for this scholarship:
- Meet the requirements for admission to a PhD program, which include the following: have an Australian Honours degree Class 1 or 2A or an equivalent qualification (at least AQF Level 8), with a research component consisting of at least 6 months of full-time study and achieving a Distinction (75%) OR including evidence of equivalent research experience, such as a substantial first-author publication or track record as an investigator on a competitive grant. In addition, applicants must have a research component consisting of at
- Be able to begin your studies at Flinders University for a doctoral degree on a full-time basis in March of 2023. (flexible)
- Students from both Australia and other countries can apply.
Undergraduates at Leeds University in the United Kingdom can apply for a scholarship for the 2023–2024 school year. In an effort to inspire all students to continue their study, the University of Leeds is looking for exceptional students who can participate in research across the Mathematics department and are inspired to pursue higher education.
The Flinders University 2023 CSIRO PhD Grant Hosted is open to all International Students
- It is highly recommended that anyone interested in this scholarship get in touch with the Project lead, Professor Okke Batelaan ([email protected]), via email to discuss their interest in the opportunity and whether or not they meet the requirements for the scholarship. This step must be completed before a scholarship application can be submitted. A copy of your resume and a cover letter explaining your qualifications, experience, research experience, and why you want to apply for the scholarship by the deadline have been requested by the project manager.
- Following a thorough review of all submitted applications, interviews will be held the week of January 16th, 2023. The results will be made public by January 30th, 2023.
- We recommend that the successful candidate begin work in March 2023, but are open to other options.
The application deadline for Flinders University 2023 CSIRO PhD Grant Hosted is January 8, 2023