We are searching for committed and excited PhD students to work on Centre projects starting in August 2020. Prospective candidates must have an understanding of the foundations of data science, for example a qualification in mathematics, statistics, computer science or a strong quantitative background such as engineering, econometrics or earth sciences.
DARE PhD candidates will undertake a cohort based learning and professional development program including advanced data science. Candidates may also undertake field work in rural and regional Australia as part of their one-year industry placement. Opportunities for conference presentations, exchange study with the Alan Turing Institute (UK) and employment in industry or government at the end of the program are also available.
Every PhD candidate will be required to undertake a compulsory twelve week program in data science within the first 12 months of candidature. The cohort based program will cover four core modules in: