AGC e-News #01, 1 February 2018
Published: 1 February 2018
In this edition:
- Authorship Declaration – Now Required for all Publications
- STEM PhD Program with Westpac
- 2018 Fulbright South Australian Postgraduate Scholar
- 2018 BHP John Monash Scholar
- Ian Wilson Liberal Research Supplementary Scholarship
- LF & D Denholm Supplementary Scholarship
- Research Internship with Nauti-Craft
- Free, Independent and Confidential Counselling Service
- Free and Confidential Disability Service
Authorship Declaration – Now Required for all Publications
In accordance with the University’s Authorship Policy and the Code for the Responsible Conduct of Research, if you are a corresponding author and submitting publications to an external publisher you will now need to complete an electronic ‘Authorship Declaration’ prior to publication. If you are a listed as a co-author or acknowledgement you are also required to respond to respond to requests for approval of Authorship Declarations from corresponding authors. Note that this is in addition to the Statement of Authorship requirement outlined below for publications included in a thesis. Further information on the Authorship Declaration including FAQs. return to top
STEM PhD Program with Westpac
offers current PhD students in STEM disciplines part-time employment with the Westpac Group whilst completing their PhD. Based in Sydney, work three days a week, gaining valuable industry experience. This opportunity is available to Australian or New Zealand citizens, and permanent residents. Applications close 28 February. Find out more, join the Webinar on 19 February, view brochure or contact Rosie Wilkes
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2018 Fulbright South Australian Postgraduate Scholar
Congratulations to Dr Giri Krishnan, the 2018 Fulbright South Australian Postgraduate Scholar. Giri is an Ear, Nose and Throat, Head and Neck Surgical trainee currently completing his PhD. Giri will work in the Rosenthal Laboratory at Stanford investigating the application of novel nanoparticles to advance diagnosis and treatment of patients with head and neck cancer. Read more.
Fulbright scholarship applications now open.
2018 BHP John Monash Scholar
Congratulations to 2018 BHP John Monash Scholar Nicola Bilton who will study a PhD in Quantum Physics at Imperial College, London, developing a cutting-edge quantum accelerometer. Nicola completed a Bachelor of Science with Honours in Laser physics and Technology Read more. The John Monash Scholarships are prestigious postgraduate scholarships awarded to outstanding Australians who wish to study overseas. John Monash Scholars have a recognized capacity for leadership and desire to deliver outcomes for the benefit of Australia. Applications for the prestigious John Monash Scholarship open in May 2018.
Photograph credit: Giselle Haber photography, photo via http://Johnmonash.com
Ian Wilson Liberal Research Supplementary Scholarship
Applications for the Ian Wilson Liberal Research Supplementary Scholarship are now open. Applications are open to higher degree students undertaking research which will lead to sound analysis and conclusions for reform capable of practical application and advocacy in Australia. Applicants must already be in receipt of a major scholarship. Further information and the application form can be found on the Research Scholarship website.
LF & D Denholm Supplementary Scholarship
Applications for the LF & D Denholm Supplementary Scholarship are now open. Applications are open to full time higher degree students undertaking research in the field of European (including British) History. Applicants must already be in receipt of a major scholarship. Further information and the application form can be found on the Research Scholarship website.
Research Internship with Nauti-Craft
Nauti-Craft would like to focus on three key outcomes:
Quantify the benefits to operator fatigue associated with a reduction in whole of body vibration. There don't appear to be any solid metrics associated with fatigue, so this could be a significant study and is the primary focus.
Quantify the benefits to operator occupational health associated with a reduction in whole of body vibration. This can be associated with the current ISO 2631-5 standard for Whole of Body Vibration but needs credible independent assessment through a qualified researcher.
Quantify the benefits to operator safety (injury risk reduction) associated with a reduction in shock loading transmitted to the operators.
It should be noted that all competitive technologies in this space utilise suspension seating which does not provide any assistance to standing or prone personnel. The Nauti-Craft system offers the same benefits regardless of whether operators are seated, standing or prone and these benefits need to be quantified in the study.
Further information and the application form can be found on the Research Scholarship Internship website.
Free, independent and confidential Counselling Service
Did you know that as a Postgraduate Student you are entitled to access counselling services provided to students at The University of Adelaide. To find out more information visit the Counselling Centre website.
Free and confidential Disability Service
As a Postgraduate Student you are also eligible for assistance from the Disability Service if you have a disability or ongoing medical condition. Information about the nature of your disability is not disclosed – information obtained from you about the functional impact of the disability is shared with academic staff solely for the purpose of assisting you with your studies. Details relating to the Disability Service and the on line registration process can be found on the Disability website.
Useful resources for staff can be found at the staff section of the Disability website.