- Applications close
- 28 February 2021
What you'll receive
As a scholarship recipient, you'll receive:
- an annual stipend of $30,000 for up to three and a half years of full-time study
- the opportunity to work in QUT's Institute of Health and Biomedical Innovation
- opportunities to work close with:
- clinicians at the Royal Brisbane and Women's Hospital
- informatics specialists at CSIRO’s e-Health Research Centre
- engineers at QUT.
If you're an international student, you'll also receive a QUT Tuition Fee Waiver Scholarship.
To be considered for this scholarship, you must:
- commence full-time study at QUT prior to 30 June 2021
- currently live in Australia due to COVID-19 international travel restrictions
- not have already completed a PhD or equivalent degree
- hold a relevant degree of at least a first-class honours or equivalent, including:
- other related branch of study
- demonstrate skills in:
- artificial intelligence (AI) methods
- image processing
- oral and written communication.
How to apply
For more information, and to express your interest in the scholarship, please contact Dr Beat Schmutz.
About the scholarship
We invite qualified candidates to apply for a Jamieson Trauma Institute-funded PhD scholarship in the Faculty of Science and Faculty of Engineering.
You will be involved in the development and testing of AI-based methods for detecting and classifying bone fractures on clinical radiographic images. A possible extension of the project is virtually-reconstructed 3D models of the bone fragments from routine orthogonal 2D radiographs.