The ARC Research Hub for Fire Resilience Infrastructure, Assets and Safety Advancements at UNSW is training Australia’s next generation of industry focused researchers and engineers to develop innovative fire safety technologies on key themes such as electric vehicles, battery storage systems, hydrogen, mining, and smart buildings. Successful applications will join a thriving research group working on flame retardants, fire modelling and safety. Applicants may also have an opportunity to spend a period of their research at the laboratories of our collaborating organisations from Australia, Hong Kong, China, UK and USA.
Each PhD scholarship is $33,000 per year for 3 years to support research activities (additional project funds may be available, subject to availability).
These scholarships are available to potential and current students at one of our partner universities who meet the minimum entry requirements for PhD programs (these vary between faculties and universities); at a minimum, this includes:
- domestic or international students; and
- have applied for admission to a PhD or Professional Doctorate by Research program; and
- have a Bachelor degree with first-class honours or equivalent
- Meet English language requirements.
How to apply
Complete this form to submit your Expression of Interest for qualified candidates wishing to apply for a PhD scholarship and email your CV to firstname.lastname@example.org. Note: Submitting the form does not guarantee placement or a formal application.
Form Link: https://forms.gle/Tx2bEJxX6bAqdfYx7
Contacts for further information:
Professor Guan Heng Yeoh