[Usyd-scholarships-announce] Weekly Scholarships Email Bulletin
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Mon Aug 10 14:56:15 EST 2009
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Week beginning: 10 August 2009
RESEARCH: JW and ICM Roderick Scholarship in Civil Engineering; Chemical
Engineering; Amelia Earhart Foundation in Aeronautical Engineering.
For further information on the scholarships listed below, please see:
http://www.usyd.edu.au/ro/training/index.shtml , select 'Current
research scholarships' and search under Research Scholarships (in "Show
Me") and by title (in "Optional Keywords").
JW and ICM Roderick Scholarship
A full-time postgraduate scholarship in composite steel-concrete
structures is available for a suitably qualified candidate with a good
honours degree in science or engineering to undertake research studies
leading to a PhD in composite steel-concrete structures; the project is
to investigate the behaviour and design of post-tensioned composite
steel-concrete floor systems; $20,427pa; up to three years.
Closing Date: 19 August 2009
Postgraduate Scholarship in Biogenic and Chemical Corrosion of Inorganic
Sacrificial Coatings in Sour Media
A full-time postgraduate scholarship in materials science is available
for a suitably qualified candidate with an Honour 1 degree Materials
Science, Chemistry, Biochemistry or Chemical Engineering to undertake
research studies leading to a PhD; this project will carry out
fundamental research to identify and establish relationships between the
sewer factors that determine the durability of the various sacrificial
coatings; $27,108pa; up to three years.
Closing Date: 30 September 2009
Amelia Earhart Fellowship Program
The Amelia Earhart Fellowships are awarded annually to women pursuing a
Ph.D./doctoral degree in aerospace-related sciences and
aerospace-related engineering; women of any nationality pursuing a
PhD/doctoral degree and who demonstrate a superior academic record in
the field of aerospace-related sciences and aerospace-related
engineering are eligible; US$10,000.
Closing date: 15 November 2009
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