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    Doctoral Student in Structural Engineering
    For further information please contact: Professor Sven Thelandersson, 046-2227368, Sven.Thelandersson@kstr.lth.se or senior lecturer Tord Isaksson, 046 222 4885, Tord.isaksson@kstr.lth.se
    More information: www.kstr.lth.se
    Duties
    PhD-studies and some teaching within Structural Engineering. The PhD project deals with design of bridge structures with special focus on robustness in collaboration with the Swedish Road Administration.

    Eligibility
    Employment as a Doctoral student can only be granted if you have been accepted to the postgraduate student program. Acceptance to the postgraduate student program is based on the estimated ability to perform well in your postgraduate studies. This is also one of the basic criteria for employment. Furthermore you need a valid university degree at advanced level (MSc) within a relevant study program.

    Selection
    The selection of applicants will be based on an assessment of the ability of the applicant to benefit from their studies. The applicant’s ability to benefit from their studies will be judged mainly on their academic results at undergraduate (BSc) and advanced (MSc) level. The Doctoral student positions is mainly devoted to the postgraduate studies (80% of the time), but includes 20% department service, usually teaching. Most of the teaching at Department of Building & Environmental Technology, LTH is performed using the Swedish language. This significantly limits the funds for students who do not speak Swedish.
    As a Doctoral student you will mainly be working with you research project, but you can also be given more general tasks within the department i.e. teaching, research and administrative work, in accordance with the regulations. Rules for employment as a Doctoral student is stated in "The Higher Education Ordinance (SFS 1998:80), Chapter 5".

    Salary is determined within certain guidelines for this type of position.

    Application:
    Your application should contain the following documents:
    -Letter of application including the correct reference number for the position. (The application should be written in Swedish or English.)
    -Curriculum Vitae
    -Copies of certificates and copies of any other document that you wish to include in your application.


    The application should be addressed to the Faculty of Engineering and sent to: Registry Office, Lund University, P.O. Box 117, SE-221 00 LUND, Sweden or to registrator@lu.se (use pdf-format and pack all your attachments in one file).

    Last day for applying is: January 15, 2010
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    PhD student position on the subject highly efficient novel thermal insulation materials


    Reference number REF 2009/217
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    Application deadline 2010-01-08
    Building Technology, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering announces a PhD position on the subject highly efficient novel thermal insulation materials. The division consists of two teams, Building Physics and Building Materials, which are both conducting research and teaching. In Building Physics, the focus is on the building envelope and building systems. Within the Building Material team, research deals with cement and wood-based building materials and coatings of such materials. Important areas for both research groups are durability, energy efficiency, good indoor climate in buildings and low environmental impact. Since approximately 40% of the energy used in society is linked to buildings much of our research are energy-related.
    Job description
    The purpose of the project is to explore the use of highly efficient novel thermal insulation materials of the type vacuum-based aerogel insulation, in the retrofitting of old buildings. The overall aim is to improve energy efficiency and thermal comfort while preserving the aesthetic qualities of the external façades. The insulation measures will be applied on houses of the type “Landshövdingehus”, which were built between the years 1890 and 1935. Both lab and field measurements will be conducted as well as theoretical hygrothermal analysis.
    Required qualifications
    Successful applicants should hold MS degree in civil and environmental engineering, mechanical engineering or engineering physics. We believe you are interested in building physics and buildings, in particular energy related questions. You find problem solving stimulating, like challenges and enjoy working in a team. We also believe you have good communication skills, good analytical and experimental skills, and good ability to work independently towards the goals expressed in the project plans.
    This PhD position is a time-limited employment with 80 % research and 20 % teaching for a period of maximum five years, with the completion of PhD’s degree.
    Application procedure


    The application shall be written in English and include the following items:
    1. An application of a maximum of one A4 page containing your specific qualifications for the position
    2. Attested copies of education certificates, including grade reports and other documents
    3. Curriculum Vitae
    4. Letters of recommendation and name of reference persons (optional)
    The application shall be sent electronically as pdf or zipped documents. Please use the button at the foot of the page to reach the application form.

    If any material is not available electronically or cannot be transferred to pdf format, the material can be sent as a hard copy to Registrar. The applicants name and the reference number (REF 2009/217) must be written on the first page of the application.
    Address:
    Registrar
    Chalmers University of Technology
    SE-412 96 Göteborg
    Sweden
    Further information
    Professor Carl-Eric Hagentoft, phone number +46 31 7721989
    Carl-Eric.Hagentoft@chalmers.se
    Head of Division Paula Wahlgren, phone number +46 31 7721987
    Paula.Wahlgren@chalmers.se
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    • SACO: Jan Lindér
    • ST: Marie Wenander
    • SEKO: Johan Persson
    All reachable via Chalmers exchange: +46 31 772 10 00

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    Research Assistantships for PhD Students in Civil Engineering, the University of Coimbra, Portugal

    Please kindly mention ScholarshipNet when applying for this position
    The Structural Concrete group of the Institute for Sustainability and Innovation in Structural Engineering (www.isise.net) was awarded a research grant on “ISS – Intelligent Super Skin. Enhanced Durability for Concrete Members”, funded by FCT – the Portuguese Foundation for Science and Technology, aimed at significantly improve the durability of concrete structures.

    The ISS research project is organized in three sub?projects, each one with self?contained objectives, but linked by strong synergies: (1) development of an ultra?high durability concrete (UHDC) with self?sensor properties; (2) mechanical characterization of the interface between this new UHDC and a normal concrete substrate, including the proposal of a modified shear?friction design expression for this type of connections; (3) implementation of a 3D modelling of quasi?brittle fracture of concrete using an embedded discrete crack approach based on an existing 2D finite?element code. A PhD research assistanship (RA) will be attributed to each of these sub?projects.

    Candidates for the PhD RA will need to have an MSc in Civil Engineering (Structures or Construction) and the needed background and motivation in one of the following fields: (1) concrete mixture design; (2) structural concrete; (3) finite?element programming. In addition, candidates need to be fluent in English. Grants of 1000 € per month will be attributed for 12 months periods, renewed up to 36 months. PhD students will be encouraged to participate in a specialized consultancy work per year, in order to support the PhD tuition fee.

    The research project will be developed at the Civil Engineering Department of the University of Coimbra, Portugal. Applicants should send by email (ejulio[ at ]dec.uc.pt), until February 28, 2010, their Curriculum Vitae and a personal research statement letter addressed to Professor Eduardo S. Júlio, University of Coimbra, Portugal.

    The University of Coimbra (http://www.uc.pt) was founded in 1290 and is one of the oldest universities in the world. In contrast, the Civil Engineering Department of the University of Coimbra was created in 1972. It is located in a new campus (Polo II) of the university and it has a young and active staff of around 70 people and approximately 1500 students. In this new campus there are accommodations and restaurants for the students at very low prices.

    Coimbra is a city with approximately 150.000 inhabitants located 120km South of Porto and 190km North of Lisbon. It has a very rich history, starting before the Romans when the city was called Aeminium. Tradition is linked with the university being the serenata monumental the highest moment of the year when the fado is sang at the XII century cathedral stairs. An interesting cultural and social life takes place at the streets of the historical centre of Coimbra.

    Surroundings of Coimbra are extremely beautiful and diverse. Figueira da Foz beach is only 40km away. Lisboa and Porto are both connected by high?way, train and bus. Algarve, the South coast of Portugal, known for its breathtaking beaches and wonderful climate is also connected by high?way, being 5 hours away by train.

    Closing date: February 28, 2010
    http://www.scholarshipnet.info/postgraduate/portugal-research-assistantships-for-phd-students-in-civil-engineering-the-university-of-coimbra/

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    PhD student in Aging of Cementitious Materials, positioned at Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Chalmers University of Technology


    Reference number 2010/34
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    Application deadline 2010-03-25
    The Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering at Chalmers University of Technology is seeking an outstanding PhD candidate to work with the research project “Aging of cementitious materials for storage of nuclear waste”.

    Job description
    Job description Deposition of low and intermediate level radioactive waste (LILW) involves processes with duration of up to 100 000 years due to long half-life of various radioactive ions that may easily contaminate the groundwater if leached from the repository. The repository for nuclear waste involves an extensive use of concrete in building structures and containers. The longevity of these structures and containers is of high importance for the performance analysis of the repository.
    This doctoral project intends to improve the knowledge and understanding of the aging of cementitious materials used in the concrete structures for storage of nuclear wastes. The primary objective of the project is to investigate the mechanical and chemical properties of the aged cementitious materials by experimental methods and to predict the aging process in a perspective of 100 000 years. The overall goal is to establish a mechanism-based (chemo-mechanical coupled) model for safer prediction of longevity of concrete in storage facilities for nuclear waste. The project work involves thermodynamic modelling, development of accelerated aging tests, physical, chemical characterization of young and aged cementitious materials, including mechanical, transport (diffusivity) properties, binding (adsorption) capacities and surface complexation (charging) behaviour.


    Required qualifications Required qualifications Successful applicants should hold Master’s degree in civil engineering, material science, physiochemical or electrochemical engineering, geological engineering or a like, and can demonstrate their capability to conduct the research work. Good knowledge of porous material, physiochemistry/electrochemistry, and computing/programming (e.g. C++) is essential.
    This PhD position is a time-limited employment with 80% research and 20% teaching for a period of maximal five years, with the complement of PhD’s degree. After the PhD study there is a great possibility to continue his/her career in research institutes like CBI, DTI, SINTEF, etc. or R&D administration companies/authorities like SKB, Vattenfall, Vägverket, etc.


    Application procedure
    The application shall be written in English and include the following items:

    1. An application of a maximum of one A4 page containing your specific qualifications for the position
    2. Attested copies of education certificates, including grade reports and other documents
    3. Curriculum Vitae
    4. Letters of recommendation and name of reference persons (optional)

    The application shall be sent electronically as pdf or zipped documents. Please use the button at the foot of the page to reach the application form.
    If any material is not available electronically or cannot be transferred to pdf format, the material can be sent as a hard copy to Registrar. The applicants name and the reference number (2010/34) must be written on the first page of the application.
    Address:
    Registrar
    Chalmers University of Technology
    SE-412 96 Göteborg
    Sweden

    Further information For more information please contact:
    Docent Tang Luping, tang.luping@chalmer.se
    Phone: +46 31 772 2305
    Dr Zareen Abbas, zareen@chem.gu.se
    Phone: +46 31 7728210
    Prof Gunnar Gustafson, gunnar.gustafson@chalmers.se
    Phone: +46 31 7722081


    Union representatives
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    • ST: Marie Wenander
    • SEKO: Johan Persson

    All reachable via Chalmers exchange: +46 31 772 10 00


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    Numerical modeling of near-bottom sediment transport


    50000403v1810

    Promoter: Erik Toorman

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    Description: GENERAL

    Three research positions are available within the scope of 2 new European FP7 research projects (THESEUS and FIELD_AC). The THESEUS project focuses on the application of combined innovative mitigation and adaptation technologies with the aim of delivering a low-risk coast for human use/development and healthy coastal habitats and this in a changing climate and growing European economy. The FIELD_AC project aims at providing a new GMES (Global Monitoring for Environment and Security “downstream” service at harbour/river-mouth scales complementing the current simulations from Marine Core Services (MCS) and will support the development and use of space imagery for the always difficult land-ocean boundary. The three research topics available in the Hydraulics Division are:
    • Numerical modeling of near-bottom sediment transport;
    • Study of river flows and pollution in coastal areas;
    • Coastal technologies and coastal problems, including investigation of the impact of climate change on storm surges.
    The three research positions offer an opportunity to be involved in high profile EU flagship projects, which will provide the experience of working with leading researchers from across Europe. The projects consider several European case-studies, including for expamle the Catalan Coast, Wadden Sea and the Northern Adriadic. Short local stays at some of these study site locations might be needed.

    SPECIFIC

    The Sediment Mechanics research unit of the K.U.Leuven Hydraulics Laboratory has a vacancy for a research position, starting January 2010 (or as soon as possible thereafter). The candidate is expected to carry on her/his research for the duration of 4 years in order to obtain the degree of PhD.

    It has been hypothesized for more than a decade that currently used sediment transport models for morphodynamic studies (e.g., harbor siltation, system response to dredging or structures, …) can improve considerably in their predicting capacity when the near-bottom high-concentration effects in the last few centimeters above the bed can be accounted for with a physics-based model. Indeed, experimental observations and theoretical considerations (partially based on two-phase micro-scale models) show that the flow and suspension capacity of the water column are strongly affected by the processes of particle-fluid interactions in the benthic layer. From previous work it has been concluded that a low-Reynolds near-bottom sediment transport model is necessary to make the necessary advancement in understanding and accurate prediction of sediment transport. Such a model is currently under development and has been tested successfully with data from a few flume studies.

    The candidate’s task is to focus on the efficient modeling of near-bottom sediment transport in 3D morphodynamic modeling codes through an innovative methodology based on this new low-Reynolds transport model. This turbulence model is currently implemented in the FENST-2D research code of the KULeuven. The aim of the research is first to fine-tune this new methodology to be applied for a variety of conditions, especially bed load transport and fluid mud layer dynamics over flat bottoms and bed forms. Finally, the modeling strategy needs to be made applicable to large scale 3D problems on relatively coarse grids.

    This work is part of our contributions to the European FP7 Programme projects THESEUS and FIELD_AC and to the development of a new 3D morphodynamic model for the Flemish Government. The research should lead to a generic methodology which the other project partners can implement and test in their own models, applied to selected case studies.

    Key words: sediment transport, numerical modelling

    Latest application date: 2010-04-19

    Financing: available

    Type of Position: scholarship

    Source of Funding: projects

    Duration of the Project : 4 years

    Research group: Department of Civil Engineering

    Remarks: The candidate should hold a 1st Class or Upper 2nd Class Honours degree of Master in Engineering or equivalent and preferably have basic knowledge of computational fluid dynamics (CFD) or similar numerical modeling techniques. Knowledge of fluid mechanics, sediment mechanics or two-phase (or suspension) flow is an asset.

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    Study of river flows and pollution in coastal areas


    50000403v1776

    Promoter: Patrick Willems

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    Description: The Urban and River Hydrology and Hydraulics research unit of the K.U.Leuven Hydraulics Laboratory has a vacancy for a research position, starting January 2010 (or as soon as possible thereafter). The candidate is expected to carry on her/his research for the duration of 4 years in order to obtain the degree of PhD.

    The candidate’s task is to focus on the efficient quantification of continental (river basin) run-off, both quantitatively (discharges, volumes) and qualitatively (nutrients, sediments). Numerical modelling and data analysis will be combined, with specific focus on European coastal areas as case-studies. The research involves identification of the processes expected to be dominant for coastal impact prediction, quantification of the run-off fluxes and pollutants by combining numerical (river and sewer) catchment modelling with data analysis, and statistical time series processing. Both detailed physically-based models and simplified data-driven models will be considered. Good modelling practice also involves quantification of uncertainties in the model predictions.

    This work is part of our contributions to the European FP7 Programme projects FIELD_AC (“Fluxes, interactions and environment at the land-ocean boundary, downscaling, assimilation and coupling”) and THESEUS (“Innovative technologies for safer European coasts in a changing climate”). The Hydraulics Laboratory of K.U.Leuven is Work Package leader for FIELD_AC, for research activities that should provide best possible boundary conditions for coastal water quality modelling. The candidate’s research will be mainly linked to these activities. The successful candidate will be based at the Katholieke Universiteit Leuven as part of the Hydraulics Laboratory research group. They will have the advantage of working in an international group with a wide range of expertise.

    Key words: Climate change, coastal zone, river modelling, pollution

    Latest application date: 2010-04-19

    Financing: available

    Type of Position: scholarship

    Source of Funding: European Commission

    Duration of the Project : 4 years

    Link: http://www.kuleuven.be/hydr

    Research group: Department of Civil Engineering

    Remarks: The candidate should normally hold a 1st Class or Upper 2nd Class Honours degree in a relevant engineering or applied science subject, and preferably have basic knowledge of numerical modeling techniques. Experience of hydrological and hydrodynamic modelling and/or statistical analysis would be an advantage, but is not essential. The candidate should have excellent writing and presentation skills.

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    لطفا برای اپلای 2 موضوع اشاره شده از این آدرسهای زیر استفاده کنید:
    Study of river flows and pollution in coastal areas
    50000403v1776
    http://phd.kuleuven.be/apply/index.p...&id=1776&titel=

    Numerical modeling of near-bottom sediment transport
    50000403v1810
    http://phd.kuleuven.be/apply/index.p...&id=1810&titel=
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    Two Open Graduate Research Assistantships
    Usama El Shamy (Environmental and Civil Engineering Department) and Paul Krueger (Mechanical Engineering Department) at Southern Methodist University in Dallas, Texas, USA announce two open Graduate Research Assistantships for their project entitled “Multiscale experimental and computational investigations of erosion-induced failure of levee systems” and recently funded by the National Science Foundation. The activities of this interdisciplinary research effort are centered around providing an experimentally validated, and thus predictive, computational research tool for the analysis and design of geotechnical systems subjected to extreme loading conditions and exploring the complex response of flood-induced failure of levee systems under representative flooding scenarios. The research includes a computational component, supervised by Prof. El Shamy, and an experimental component, supervised by Prof. Krueger. One GRA opening is available for each component, brief descriptions of which are given below.
    Computational Component (Prof. El Shamy): A multi-scale computational approach that combines the best features of continuum-based techniques and microscale models will be developed to simulate the soil-fluid-structure system that represents a levee in a general way. The objective of the computational work is to capture, with minimal empirical tuning, the effects of surface waves and deformation of the floodwall, the possible separation between of the floodwall and from the soil as floodwater rises and the impact of such separation on the distribution of water pressure surrounding the wall as well as possible occurrence of piping and scour in the soil media in the neighborhood of the floodwall. The project requires a student with a strong background in programming (preferably using C++) and is familiar with computational modeling tools such the finite element method, DEM, and CFD.
    Experimental Component (Prof. Krueger): The novel experimental program will quantitatively investigate the interaction between a fluid and embedded particles in shear and unsteady flows. Using transparent particles embedded in a matched-index-of-refraction fluid, the combined motion of the fluid and densely-packed particles will, for the first time, be measured using a combination of digital particle image velocimetry (DPIV) and direct imaging of the embedded particles. The experimental results will serve to construct a model for the lift force on particles – which is necessary for accurate simulations of scour and erosion. Additionally, experiments of simplified model levee systems will be used to validate the computational method. Prior experience with DPIV is not a requirement for this project, but experience with DPIV and image processing will be evaluated positively. Interested students must have some computer programming experience, preferably in Matlab.
    The GRA positions will be for 2.5 years, beginning fall of 2010. The positions include a tuition waiver and a monthly stipend of $1650. Students who have completed a Masters degree are preferred, but exceptional students who have completed a Bachelors degree and have experience related to the research will also be considered. Commensurate with the expectations of a PhD degree, the students will be expected to work as a teaching assistant in departmental laboratory courses for two semesters during the research project to assist in the development of teaching and communication skills. Candidates interested in either component should send a detailed résumé and one-page statement of interest to the appropriate supervisor. To meet deadlines for the fall semester, candidates should send information as soon as possible. The contact information for the project supervisors is given below:
    Paul Krueger
    P.O. Box 750337
    Dallas, TX 75275
    pkrueger@lyle.smu.edu
    Usama El Shamy
    P.O. Box 750340
    Dallas, TX 75275
    uelshamy@lyle.smu.edu

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    PhD: Modelling Concrete Asphalt Erosion
    Department/faculty: Civil Engineering and Geosciences
    Level: Master degree
    Working hours: 38 uur per week (38 hours per week (1 FTE))
    Contract: Four years
    Salary: €2042 to €2612 per month gross
    Civil Engineering and Geosciences
    The Faculty of Civil Engineering and Geosciences provides leading, international research and education in road and water engineering, earth sciences, traffic and transport control, and delta technology. Innovation and sustainability are central themes. The research addresses global social issues and is closely interwoven with education as well as with the work carried out by a broad spectrum of knowledge institutions. The faculty consists of 17 sections distributed among the Departments of Design & Construction, Hydraulic Engineering, Transport & Planning, Water Management and Geotechnology.

    Job description
    Would you love working with an enthusiastic team of experts in the field of constitutive modelling and characterisation of infrastructure material? If so, this might be just the job for you!

    Practice and many studies have shown that asphalt wearing surfaces exposed to moisture generally start loosing aggregates prematurely. Long-term damage development in asphalt concrete is a complex problem, involving a large number of loading cycles and an interaction with the environment, in which temperature, oxidation and moisture play an important role.

    Your challenge is to develop a new model for the simulation of water-structure interaction that causes the erosion process in the connected air-voids of asphalt concrete materials, and to measure the necessary parameters in the laboratory. The computational model will be incorporated in a large finite element code CAPA-3D, developed by the Group of Mechanics of Infrastructure Materials. The experimental work will be carried out at the laboratory of the Road and Railway Engineering group.

    In addition to a working finite element-based model, you will develop a new testing protocol which can assist road contractors and authorities in better assessing the moisture susceptibility of asphalt concrete mixtures.

    Visit www.phd.tudelft.nl for more information.



    Requirements
    You have an MSc degree in engineering with a solid background in computational mechanics and/or material science. Knowledge of finite elements and modelling fluid-structure interactions is an advantage.


    Conditions of employment
    TU Delft offers an attractive benefits package, including a flexible work week, free high-speed Internet access from home, and the option of assembling a customised compensation and benefits package (the 'IKA'). Salary and benefits are in accordance with the Collective Labour Agreement for Dutch Universities.



    Information and application
    For more information about this position, please contact Dr. Tom Scarpas, phone: +31 (0)15-2784017, e-mail: a.scarpas@tudelft.nl or Dr. ir. Niki Kringos, phone: +31 (0)15278 5519, email: n.kringos@tudelft.nl. To apply, please e-mail a detailed CV and a letter of application to Recruitment-CiTG@tudelft.nl. When applying for this position, make sure to mention vacancy number CITG10-03.
    TU Delft is an equal opportunity employer.

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    PhD Scholarship in Structural Health Monitoring of Bridges, Queensland University of Technology (QUT), Australia

    PhD scholarship in structural health monitoring of bridges (up to $50K tax free)

    As one of Australia’s leading universities, Queensland University of Technology (QUT) has a solid record of success in solving problems for industry and the community, and developing new products and processes.

    Applications are invited from appropriately qualified individuals for a PhD scholarship being offered in QUT’s Faculty of Built Environment and Engineering (Brisbane) to work on the following project:

    Structural Health Monitoring of Bridges using Vibration Characteristics

    Many bridges in Australia are old and are now subjected to heavier and faster moving loads, than originally envisaged and in addition suffer structural deterioration with age. These factors can cause localised distress, which if not attended to can cause bridge failure with adverse consequences.

    To address this, the Commonwealth Government – through the Australian Research Council, supported by Queensland Main Roads Department and Brisbane City Council – recently funded a research project to develop an innovative structural health monitoring system to monitor and predict distress in our bridges.

    This project will develop and use modern sensor (wired and wireless) technology and dynamic computer simulation techniques to achieve the aims.

    We are looking for a Honours graduate in Civil/Structural/Mechanical/ Electrical Engineering with interests in experimental work and finite element modelling.

    He/she can expect up to $40,000 pa tax free depending on qualifications and experience. This amount includes approximately $4,000 worth of tutoring. A top-up of $10,000 from CR-CIEAM is possible.

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    Applications will be considered until a suitable candidate is chosen.

    For more information please contact Professor David Thambiratnam on (07) 3138 1467 or email d.thambiratnam[ at ]qut.edu.au, or Dr Tommy Chan on (07) 3138 6732 or email tommy.chan[ at ]qut.edu.au

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