University Technology of Sydney invites applications for a three-year PhD scholarship available to local and international students at the Computational Intelligence and Brain Computer Interface Centre (CIBCI), School of Software, Faculty of Engineering and Information Technology.

The research areas span from cognitive neuroscience research, to fundamental electronic circuits to signal and information processing, and to system realization and evaluation. The short-term research objective is to exploit computational intelligence methodologies for brain-machine Interface, and the long-term goal is to incorporate bio-inspired, brain-like computational capabilities into next-generation computers and robots.

Research Theme

  • The research areas span from cognitive neuroscience research, to fundamental electronic circuits to signal and information processing, and to system realization and evaluation.
  • The short-term research objective is to exploit computational intelligence methodologies for brain-machine Interface, and the long-term goal is to incorporate bio-inspired, brain-like computational capabilities into next-generation computers and robots.

Worth of Award

Three-year PhD scholarship is available to local and international students and will cover tuition fees.

Eligibility

  • Applicant must have a good first degree or good Master’s level degree.
  • Ideally at Master level with relevant research experience.
  • Strong programming or/and math skill is preferred.
  • Previous research experience leading to publications would be an advantage.

How to Apply

Send covering letter and CV including research interest and your suitability for this opening. Please also include experience, if any, of academic or professional research.

Please send all materials with suitable subject title by email to:

Dr. Chin-Teng Lin
Professor & Director
CIBCI Center
School of Software
Faculty of Engineering and Information Technology
ChinTengLin[At]gmail[Dot]com

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