HDR Scholarship in Structural Vibration Control

  • PHD
  • Up to $28,092
  • 30 December 2023

The candidates will work with Associate Professor Kaiming Bi on his Australian Research Council Future Fellowship project. The project is closely related to Structural Dynamics with special foci on inerter, periodic metastructure, structural vibration control, earthquake engineering and computational fluid dynamics.

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  • Minimum requirement: Bachelor degree (first class honours or upper second class honours) in Structural Engineering with strong background in Structural Dynamics.
  • Applicants with Master degrees with technical publications and research experiences in structural vibration control, earthquake engineering, and fluid dynamics are preferred.
  • Language requirement: IELTS, Overall 6.5, Speaking, Writing, Reading and Listening 6.0 or TOEFL, Overall 79, Reading, 13, Listening 13, Speaking 18, Writing 21.
  • Full time enrolment for both domestic and international students

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  • The successful candidate will receive a stipend valued at $28,092 per annum.
  • The duration of the scholarship shall be for three years with a possible extension of up to six months provided the student meets eligibility guidelines as per the conditions of award.
  • If the successful candidate is an international student, the scholarship shall cover tuition fees for the duration of the award.


To apply, please send your expression of interest together with your CV, English testing score, qualifications, publications and transcripts via email to Associate Professor Kaiming Bi.