MinEx CRC - Project 4 - innovative geophysics for drilling trajectory control
Applications open: 26/05/2020
Applications close: 31/12/2020
About this scholarship
MinEx CRC is one of the World's largest subsurface exploration research groups. MinEx CRC and Curtin University are developing new Exploration Technologies. This research is linked to industry partners and a National Drilling Initiative. The research is focused on developing a range of innovative prototypes sensor systems that can be rapidly tested across Australia. Post graduate research opportunities span development of new innovative sensor technologies, to development for new software for real time geophysical imaging for automated drilling trajectory control.
- Current Students
- Future Students
Faculty of Science & Engineering
- Western Australian School of Mines (WASM)
- Higher Degree by Research
- Australian Citizen
- Australian Permanent Resident
- New Zealand Citizen
- Permanent Humanitarian Visa
- International Student
- Merit Based
There are a number of opportunities that may include a stipend of up to $30,000 per year for three years.
MinEx CRC also offer a completion bonus.
Includes Curtin University requirements for post graduate students.
The scholarship is open to appropriately qualified graduates.
We encourage high quality applicants from the areas of Geophysics, Engineering or Computer Science.
Currently Australia has entry restrictions which may prevent students from taking up the option to study at Curtin University.
Prospective students should contact MinEx CRC Project Leader Prof. Brett Harris to discuss their suitability.
Changes to Enrolment
Recipient must comply with conditions set out for Curtin PhD students and any condistion set and agreed with MinEx CRC.
Contact Name: Prof. Brett Harris
Position of Contact: Curtin - Discipline Lead for Exploration Geophysics / MinEx project Leader
Company/Sponsor Name: MinEx Cooperative Research Centre
Telephone: +61 410 657268