[DL] PhD scholarships in the AIST group at Griffith University

Wang Zhe truewz at gmail.com
Wed Jul 31 03:46:43 CEST 2019


Griffith University is offering a large number of PhD scholarships for both
international and Australian applicants each year. A PhD scholarship for
the living allowance will be around $27,596 (2019 rate) per annum tax-free
with free tuition fees of 3-3.5 years.

Research Areas in Artificial Intelligence:
Knowledge Graphs (including some topics in Machine Learning)
Knowledge Representation (Ontologies, Description Logics, and Answer Set
Programming)

Selection Criteria: Promising applicants for PhD scholarship should have
A good background in Computer Science/IT, Mathematics, Engineering or
Philosophy.
Have a Bachelors (equivalent to Honours) or Master Degree (or is expected
to have such a degree by the end of 2019).

Final Application Due Date: 17 September 2019

Information for PhD scholarships is at:
https://www.griffith.edu.au/research-study/scholarships/guprs

Griffith University is ranked among some of the best universities in the
world in terms of research publication output, its research community, and
international partnerships. Its Computer Science and Engineering is listed
in the Top 150 worldwide in the most recent ranking (
http://www.shanghairanking.com/Shanghairanking-Subject-Rankings/computer-science-engineering.html).


We are located in Brisbane, Australia, which is the capital of Queensland
and is widely known as a lifestyle destination. With its subtropical
climate, public open spaces and dynamic urban experiences, our region has a
lifestyle that promotes innovation and education — a perfect setting for a
dynamic and progressive institution such as Griffith University. Details at
http://www.griffith.edu.au/ and http://www.ict.griffith.edu.au/aist/

Interested candidates are encouraged to send your CV and transcripts to
Prof Kewen Wang (k.wang at griffith.edu.au) or Dr Zhe Wang (
zhe.wang at griffith.edu.au) by 25th August 2019.
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