We are looking for PhD students to contribute to the next generation of airborne geophysical tools that can uncover the deep Earth. State of the art gravity gradiometers and magnetometers are currently limited by aircraft motion and turbulence. We have just received funding to develop new vibration isolators and algorithms which will allow these instruments to image through increasing amounts of cover.
Students in physics, geophysics, or mechanical & electrical engineering, who are interested in airborne technology are strongly encouraged to apply. PhD students can apply for tax-free UWA APA scholarships of $29000 per annum. Our project can also offer additional top-up scholarships of up to $5000 per annum to outstanding students.
The scholarship value is $5000 and it is fortnightly stipend
|Closing date||End August|
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