This research project, in collaboration with the Australian Engineered Fasteners and Anchors Council (AEFAC), will investigate the use of advanced fastening systems in safety-critical applications. The research will also explore solutions to challenges identified through the use of (e.g.) nonlinear numerical modelling and statistical analysis of experimental results derived from this project.
Eligibility: The successful applicant must possess either a Bachelor with First or Upper Second class Honours, or a Master by Research Degree, and have strong competencies in finite element analysis, concrete material and fracture mechanics.
Deadline: August 02,2020 11.30pm AWST
Procedure of Application: Please contact Dr Alireza Mohyeddin (email@example.com). Applications should include a cover letter describing your interest in the field, an up-to-date CV, academic transcripts, and relevant supporting documents of prior research (e.g., copy of your best publication).
Other Information: The successful applicant will receive a scholarship of $28,420 per year for 3.5 years (all Tax Free), tuition fee sponsorship valued at $34,250 per year, and overseas health cover if you are an international student