Weather Simulation PhD Scholarships Australia

Fully Funded Scholarship Position for International Students to work and Study in Australia on Fully Funded Scholarship

Applications are invited for the Weather Simulation PhD Scholarships Australia. with Boeing-UQ Research Alliance at the University of Queensland, Australia. Boeing currently provides weather simulation capabilities for long-term, large-scale simulation activities. These weather simulations are targeted for regional weather systems and lack the precision for running in depth analysis of urban effects on weather patterns. Recently though a need has been identified to be able to simulate micro weather environments within urban centers using these large-scale regional weather environments. The aim of this project (Micro Weather Simulation PhD Scholarship Australia) is to be able to simulate micro weather systems within an urban environment by analyzing large scale, region wide weather patterns, urban center terrain data and building footprint and height data.

Study at University of Queens Australia

Benefits under scholarship

Successful applicants will receive the following benefits under Micro Weather Simulation PhD Scholarship Australia:

Eligibility for scholarship

To be eligible for Micro Weather Simulation PhD Scholarship Australia, an applicant must:

Application procedure for scholarship

To apply for Micro Weather Simulation PhD Scholarship Australia, applicants are required to submit:

When you apply, make sure that you:

Frequently Asked Questions:

How can I get a full scholarship for PhD in Australia?

The Destination Australia Program (DAP) is an Australian Government program valued at up to AUD $15,000 (USD $10,300) per student, per year. As a PhD student, you can access these scholarships for up to four years.

How much GPA is required for PhD in Australia?

A postgraduate qualification with a GPA of at least 5.0 (on a 7.0 point scale), or a bachelors degree with second-class honours (Division B). Qualification must be in a related discipline.

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