PhD scholarship for Australian local students on deep behavior analytics

posted Jan 17, 2019, 3:18 AM by Yanchang Zhao   [ updated Jan 17, 2019, 3:18 AM ]

PhD scholarships are available for talented Australian local students to work on an exciting Australian Research Council discovery grant. The project will invent ground-breaking theories and methods for deep behavior analytics of individuals and groups, natural systems, and artificial systems such as interactions and networks in public services, transport systems, health/medical treatment services, financial and economic systems etc. The candidates must have solid background knowledge in statistics, data science and artificial intelligence (in particular machine learning, data mining and pattern recognition), a master by research qualification, and demonstrated research capabilities (through publications). The candidates will work at the Data Science Lab (www.datasciences.org) at UTS Advanced Analytics Institute, an active team with strong research culture and track record in quality and impact-driven research and engagement with many major local and international partners. The candidates may also be co-supervised by a world-leading investigator in the US. The scholarships will be available from 2019 for three years. Interested candidates are welcome to submit your CV with representative publications and a brief statement of your doctoral research plan to Prof Longbing Cao at LongBing.Cao@uts.edu.au. For inquiries, please contact Prof Cao and information at the Data Science Lab www.datasciences.org.


Additional opportunities for post-doctoral fellowship in data science are welcome.