RMIT University invites applications for the PhD Scholarship in maximizing Renewable Energy for Water Corporations in Australia for the 2022/23 academic year.
This PhD project will explore the potential to achieve net zero emissions by investigating a series of demand management and renewable energy adoption scenarios.
PhD candidate skills and experience that will be advantageous include:
- Demonstrated proficiency with at least one programming language, with knowledge of Python and Java being favourable
- Having a Bachelor Honours degree/Masters degree in information technology or computer science or software engineering discipline with at least average distinction GPA and average 80% grades
- Having experience of full-stack web/software development project. Experience of data science/AI project in the energy sector is equally a plus.
Worth of Award
- RACE for 2030 will provide a living stipend scholarship for three years of $38,000 per annum (tax exempt).
- It will also supply up to $3,000 per annum for expenses for the candidate, for items such as a computer, publishing fees, travel or conference costs.
- should have a first-class Honours or Masters degree or equivalent in a related discipline, OR a combination of an upper second-class Honours degree or equivalent in a related discipline together with a minimum of five years equivalent full-time professional work experience in a relevant field.
- must be eligible for enrollment in their chosen course at RMIT. It is recommended that students obtain relevant postgraduate information from the relevant university before pursuing a scholarship inquiry.
- must be studying full-time.
How to Apply
Please apply by submitting your CV and relevant documents to Associate Professor Rebecca Yang via [email protected]
Deadline: July 15, 2022 marks the close of the application window for the PhD Scholarship in maximizing Renewable Energy.