PhD Scholarships in Computational Biochemistry
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Well-qualified graduates are invited to undertake
research leading to a PhD in the area of computational science,
specifically applied to biomolecular and pharmaceutical modelling.
The Computational Chemistry group has established extensive international collaboration and has access to state-of-the-arts supercomputing facilities at Swinburne University, Victorian State Supercomputing
Facilities (VAPC) and the National Supercomputing facilities (APAC).
The successful applicants should have a strong background in science, or engineering.
Topics currently studied include the investigation of
computational biomolecular modelling, structural studies of amino acids, DNA/RNA fragments and neucleosides, electron momentum spectral interpretation and simulation, molecular physics and bioinformatics.
International students should apply for both an International Postgraduate Research Scholarship (IPRS) and a Swinburne University Postgraduate Research Award (SUPRA).
The Scholarships include:
Up to $22,000 pa;
Up to three and half years;
Up to $2,000 relocation costs;
Some funding for international and local conference travel;
HECS exempt (for local students);
Tuition fee maybe waived (for international students);
Interested applicants should contact Associate Professor Feng Wang (fwang at swin.edu.au)
Details of available scholarships and application forms may be found at the following website: PhD Scholarships in Computational Biochemistry
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