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Anu-csiro Digital Agriculture Phd Scholarship

CSIRO - Canberra, ACT

Education, Childcare & Training
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Full Job Description
Are you passionate about the future of agriculture?
Want to kick-start your career on a PhD project that addresses industry challenges?
Apply for the ANU-CSIRO Digital Agriculture PhD Scholarship!

Agriculture of the future will be digitally integrated at all stages of the value-chain, from understanding genetics and real-time monitoring of on-farm conditions, through to transport logistics and traceability. CSIRO and ANU are partnering to offer exciting opportunities for PhD students to work with scientists and engineers at the cutting edge of research to address industry challenges, through the application of information science in the agricultural sector.

Students will work alongside leading research scientists and engineers in first-class facilities and will also have access to professional development opportunities to enhance their career development while building industry relevant skills and working on real-world problems.

Project topics

Below is a list of topics currently available under this scholarship program. Further information on the topics can be found at: https://ceat.org.au/project-topics/

Novel phenomics tools to screen for drought tolerance in wheat
Digital soils and landscape
Nutrient balance and Carbon trajectories
Multivariate and machine learning statistical tools for linking crop multi-omics data
Detection and diagnosis of crop pathogens
Agricultural data fusion - earth observation
Large scale unsupervised sequence learning
Sensing the next step-change in water productivity in dryland agriculture
Plant Architecture Mapping in the Lab and in the Field
Developing a low-cost digital crop monitoring system
Non-invasive plant growth monitoring using computer vision/AI techniques

Location: Canberra, ACT

Scholarship: $15,000 per annum top-up scholarship, plus a Research Support Allowance (with approval)

Tenure: 3 years (with the possibility of a 6-month extension if approved)

Reference: 73072

Eligibility and Assessment criteria

Detailed eligibility requirements and assessment criteria are available at: https://ceat.org.au/innovation-training/digital-agriculture-phd-supplementary-scholarship/

Contact: Rachael Rodney Harris via email to ceat@anu.edu.au before 8 April to receive supervisor details and an expression of interest form.

How to apply

Applications must be submitted to ANU. Applicants should refer to the following website for details on how to apply: https://ceat.org.au/innovation-training/digital-agriculture-phd-supplementary-scholarship/

To be eligible to apply for this top-up Award, students must have applied for or be the recipient of a base PhD scholarship from the ANU and be completing an approved project .

More information on base scholarships is available at: https://www.anu.edu.au/study/scholarships/find-a-scholarship/australian-government-research-training-program-agrtp-stipend

Applications close

Thursday 8 April 2021 (11.55 pm AEST)

Canberra, ACT

Education, Childcare & Training


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