University of Sydney announces scholarship for Australian and New Zealand citizens. A full-time postgraduate research scholarship is available in biomechanics. The scholarship is valued at $24,653 per annum which is offered for the period of one year. Students applying for the scholarship should have a strong finite element modeling skill with fundamental knowledge in biomechanics. 20 January 2013 is the deadline for applications.
Study Subject(s): Scholarship is for Postgraduate study in Biomechanics.
Course Level: This scholarship is available for pursuing postgraduate research.
Scholarship Provider: University of Sydney
Scholarship can be taken at: Australia
Eligibility: Applicants should have a strong finite element modelling skill with fundamental knowledge in biomechanics. A particular interest and proven experience in the medical image based 3D anatomical modelling would be an advantage. Applicants must be Australian citizens, Australian permanent residents or New Zealand citizens.
Scholarship Open for Students of Following Countries: Australian citizens, Australian permanent residents or New Zealand citizens can apply for this scholarship.
Scholarship Description: A full-time postgraduate scholarship is available for a suitably qualified candidate with a good honours degree in science or engineering to undertake research studies leading to an MPhil in biomechanics, and preferably, to continue pursuing a PhD in the future. The project is to investigate the soft tissue responses to implanted surgical treatment using finite element analysis.
Number of awards offered: Scholarship is available for a suitably qualified candidate.
Duration of awards: Scholarship is awarded for 1 year.
What does it cover?: The scholarship is valued at $24,653 per annum (tax exempt) for up to one year and to 31 December 2013 in the first instance and may be renewed, subject to need and satisfactory progress.
How to Apply: Applicants are to be submitted by post or by email.
Scholarship Application Deadline: The closing date for applications is 20 January 2013