If you studied Physics and you are interested in developing new techniques and methods to understand the complex world of biology then you might well be a perfect candidate for this position.
Currently, there are 2 PhD student positions open:
The first project will focus mostly on image processing and mathematical modelling. The tools used will include tensor pattern analysis.
The second project will focus mostly on the development of new light microscopy methods for super-resolution fluorescence microscopy: both hardware and image processing.
If you are interested, please contact Alex
please send a CV, and a letter specifying which project you are interested in
In order to obtain a scholarship, you must have the following requirements:
- English proficiency must be equivalent to a IELTS score of 6.5 (unless you are Native speaker)
- If you are an Australian student you must be First Class Honours (H1); if you are not Australian an equivalent qualification is needed (~80% on a MSc). A publication is not required, although this can be beneficial.
Top-up scholarships of $5,000 p.a. are available for students who have secured an Australian Postgraduate Award (APA) scholarship or other full PhD scholarships.
Students that are interested in pursuing a Honours degree are welcome to apply and perform their research project with us.
Applicants with a variety of backgrounds are considered but experience in electron microscopy, nanofabrication and instrumentation development are advantageous. Successful postdoctoral researchers are expected to take a strong lead of their project and develop independent ideas.
If you are willing to join us do not hesitate to contact Alex.