QUT PhD international awards in AI-based bone fracture detection and classification
- $30,000 p.a. + tuition fee waiver
- 28 February 2021
We invite qualified candidates to apply for a Jamieson Trauma Institute-funded PhD scholarship in the Science and Engineering Faculty.
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.
- commence full-time study at QUT prior to 30 June 2021
- 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.
Do you wish to become an international student next year?
Demonstrate your English skills with IELTS.
- 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.
For more information, and to express your interest in the scholarship, please contact Dr Beat Schmutz.
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