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  • Adelaide-CSIRO iPhD Program

    We are excited to announce that the University of Adelaide and CSIRO have now launched an elite industry-focused research training PhD Program with the first students starting in early 2019.

    Our 4 year Industry PhD Program includes a minimum six month industry placement offering you an enhanced opportunity to work in an industry-defined research area with support and supervision through a partnership between the University of Adelaide, CSIRO, and an Industry Partner.

    In addition, you will have the opportunity, along with your supervisory team, to engage in training and professional development activities. By building your abilities, skills, understanding, and encouraging professional growth, the iPhD will prepare you to hit the ground running after completion.

    Within this unique program, the University and CSIRO will:

    • administer and support the program
    • provide a $40k p.a. scholarship
    • provide project research support funds of $10,000 per annum.

    Please visit the Adelaide-CSIRO iPhd website for more information on this program and scholarship

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  • APR Internship Opportunities

    Australian Postgraduate Research (APR) Intern is Australia’s only all sector—all discipline national postgraduate internship program.

    APR.Intern facilitates short-term 3-5 month research HDR internships across all study disciplines and business sectors, including private sector, government, and not-for-profit organisations.  Internships are available in all states including major cities, as well as regional and rural areas. There are hundreds of research internships available each year.

    APR.Intern offers an additional path for industry to encourage development and innovation through research projects, giving postgraduate students the opportunity to apply their research expertise to projects while gaining invaluable industry experience.

    APR.Intern also supports industry-based training of PhD research students in all Australian universities, with the goal of increasing employability and broadening business and university engagement.

    Available Internships

    For available internships please visit the APR.Intern website. From time to time, the University of Adelaide may also highlight specific APR.Intern opportunities on this webpage.

    The Benefits

    Apply Your Research: Turn your PhD theory into practice on an industry problem

    Build Your Career: Build your industry networks and enhance your experience

    Up Your Employability: Develop additional workplace skills to complement research expertise

    Get Paid: Earn a stipend for the duration of the internship

    Eligibility

    Eligibility requirements can differ, however all of the following criteria must be met by all participating students:

    • Be a PhD student currently enrolled at an Australian university
    • PhD candidature must be confirmed
    • Must be an Australian citizen, permanent resident, or an international student with the appropriate student visa
    • Applicants must have the written approval of their Principal Supervisor to apply

    How to Apply

    For Information and application requirements, please visit the APR.Intern website or email APR.Intern

    For further assistance, please also contact Nathan Crabe, Industry Research Placement Coordinator

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  • The Industry Engaged PhD (IEP)

    If you are a student looking for a placement opportunity with an industry partner, professional development activities designed to increase your industry knowledge and the ability to learn from an industry mentor, develop additional workplace skills, and build your industry networks, then consider the Industry Engaged PhD (IEP).

    You will apply your research knowledge and skills in a non-academic environment, guided by a University supervisor and an industry mentor. An IEP placement provides an opportunity for you to work on a real industry problem, which is distinct from your PhD research topic.

    In addition, you will undertake selected Career and Research Skills Training (CaRST) activities as directed by the CaRST Director or industry partner. You can begin an IEP placement at any time from the confirmation of candidature to a maximum of one-month post-thesis submission.

    How do I find a placement?
    Students are encouraged to utilise their research networks to self-source a full-time placement opportunity of between 1-3 months in duration.

    IEP scholarships are available on a competitive basis to support approved placements and are funded through the University of Adelaide. Alternatively, students can also access unique third party opportunities, which have their own timelines and conditions.

    Please visit the IEP website for more information and details on how to apply

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  • The University of Adelaide Industry PhD (UAIPHD)

    The UAiPhD is an exceptional and innovative 4 year program, which includes completion of a 6 month industry placement.

    As a PhD student, you will have the opportunity to work on an industry problem, while being supported by a University of Adelaide supervisor and an industry supervisor for the duration of the program. In addition, you will undertake selected professional development activities offered through the University’s  Career and Research Skills Training (CaRST) program or as directed by the industry partner.

    During your placement, you will gain valuable understanding on how organisations innovate and solve real world problems, and how you can make an impact with your research, while gaining a significant employment advantage.

    The University of Adelaide offers successful candidates a 4 year scholarship.

    Please visit the UAiPhD website for more information and details on how to apply

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  • APR Internship with Premium Fresh Tasmania  

    Conduct Market Research on Existing Fresh Allium Products and Recommend Products to Facilitate the Growth of the Category for Coles Supermarkets

    Location: Forth, Davenport, TAS (opportunity to complete internship remotely with some visits)

    Duration: 6 months

    Proposed start date: ASAP

    Project Background

    Premium Fresh Tasmania grows, packs and markets around 10,000 tonnes of alliums made up of brown and red onions, shallot and echalions. The company is a national strategic supply partners of Coles Supermarkets and supplies the Supermarkets with almost 3000 tonnes of brown onions, 650 tonnes of red onions and 120 tonnes of shallots per annum.

    In recent years many staple fresh vegetables lines sold on the Australian domestic market have had flat sales levels or are in decline. There are a number of reasons for this general trend and each individual vegetable line may have unique causes, however the developing movement towards prepared foods for convenience is a common factor in most of the declining trends of fresh vegetable sales.

    Premium Fresh has not been immune to this trend and over the last several years has experienced a significant reduction in sales volumes of brown onions. However, there has been some relief through increased sales of red onions during this period.

    Coles Supermarkets are Premium Fresh Tasmania’s most important trade partner and the general decline in fresh vegetable sales is a dilemma for both parties.

    The challenge with this project is reverse or at least slow the decline in Premium Fresh allium sales volume to Coles and as a consequence increase the value Premium Fresh in its trading relationship with Coles Supermarkets.
    To achieve this, marketing expertise is needed to review existing current retail offerings, develop strategies and create opportunities, with specific focus on product development.

    Premium Fresh is one of a few echalions growers in the Southern Hemisphere and the largest exporter in Australia of this product. While echalions are established in European markets they are yet to be successfully marketed in the major supermarkets in Australia. Coles are open to the development and introduction of this product and are aligned with the objectives of this project.

    Skills Required 

    We are looking for a PhD student with the following:

    Essential:

    1. Understand the basic principles of marketing and have the capacity to apply them to a research and development project

    Desirable:

    2. Experience in agriculture, strong people skills and a team approach

     

    Please visit APR Internship website for more information and details on how to apply.


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  • APR Internship with Premium Fresh Tasmania

    Carrot Marketing and Product Development Research Project 

    Location: Forth, Davenport, TAS (opportunity to complete internship remotely with some visits)

    Duration: 3 to 6 months

    Proposed start date: ASAP 

    Project Background

    Premium Fresh Tasmania grows, packs and markets around 10,000 tonnes of alliums made up of brown and red onions, shallot and echalions. The company is a national strategic supply partners of Coles Supermarkets and supplies the Supermarkets with almost 3000 tonnes of browns onions, 650 tonnes of red onions and 120 tonnes of shallots per annum.

    In recent years many staple fresh vegetables lines sold on the Australian domestic market have had flat sales levels or are in decline. There are a number of reasons for this general trend and each individual vegetable line may have unique causes, however the developing movement towards prepared foods for convenience is a common factor in most of the declining trends of fresh vegetable sales.

    Premium Fresh has not been immune to this trend and over the last several years has experienced a significant reduction in sales volumes of brown onions. However, there has been some relief through increased sales of red onions during this period.

    Coles Supermarkets are Premium Fresh Tasmania’s most important trade partner and the general decline in fresh vegetable sales is a dilemma for both parties.

    The challenge with this project is reverse or at least slow the decline in Premium Fresh allium sales volume to Coles and as a consequence increase the value Premium Fresh in its trading relationship with Coles Supermarkets.
    To achieve this, marketing expertise is needed to review existing current retail offerings, develop strategies and create opportunities, with specific focus on product development.

    Premium Fresh is one of a few echalions growers in the Southern Hemisphere and the largest exporter in Australia of this product. While echalions are established in European markets they are yet to be successfully marketed in the major supermarkets in Australia. Coles are open to the development and introduction of this product and are aligned with the objectives of this project.

    Skills Required 

    We are looking for a PhD student with the following:

    Essential:

    · Understand the basic principles of marketing and have the capacity to apply them to a research and development project

    Desirable:

    · Experience in agriculture, strong people skills and a team approach

    Please visit APR Internship website for more information and details on how to apply.


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17 July 2019
  • APR Internship with IntegratedCAPITAL

    Implementation of Transaction Privacy Protocols on Distributed Ledger Systems

    Location: Location flexible, but ideally will be based in Brisbane, QLD

    Duration: 3 months

    Proposed start date: July 2019

    Project Background

    IntegratedCAPITAL has built a smart-contract system that allows parties from anywhere in the world to trust and transact in any currency and control risk across a wide variety of financial transactions. By establishing an agile approach to financial transactions, the organisation requires an intern to support the research and implementation of Ethereum privacy measures into the existing private DLT network/s as they are developed and released. The protocols are being released as Pantheon and Orion upgrades on the public Ethereum distributed ledger.


    It is expected that the intern will be based at the IntegratedCAPITAL offices located in The Precinct, Fortitude Valley, QLD; however, there are opportunities for this research to be completed remotely. There will be opportunities to engage with a range of internal and external stakeholders, participate in events, and connect with FinTech specialists.

    Research to be Conducted

    The aim of the research is to understand the protocols, then implement and test on the organisation’s existing private Ethereum network which runs a peer-to-peer network. To support these activities, liaison will be required with the Consensys / Pegasys teams from the Ethereum Enterprise Alliance in Brisbane and elsewhere.

    Skills Required 

    We are looking for a PhD student with the following:

    Essential

    · Ideally from a quantitative discipline and/or qualification in Computer Engineering

    · A developed understanding of cryptography

    · Experience using blockchain and cryptographic data structures

    Desirable

    · Prior exposure to the Ethereum platform

    · Experience and/or qualifications in Business, Economics or Finance

    Please visit APR Internship website for more information and details on how to apply.


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  • APR Internship with Silentium Defence

    High Performance Computing System Design

    Location: Parafield, SA

    Duration: 3 months

    Proposed start date: July 2019

    Project Background

    Silentium Defence is a new start-up in Adelaide that is commercialising and developing passive radar technology for a number of Defence and civilian applications. This project will support Silentium Defence to develop and mature products and services.

    Silentium Defence are developing sensors that will have many channels and process large volumes of data. As a result, they are looking for a PhD student with a High Performance Computing background and that has knowledge and experience of developing computing architecture that can handle the data throughput and maintain real-time processing as the sensor size grows.

    Research to be Conducted

    Although Silentium Defence have identified the area of research they wish to conduct, they are open to negotiate the project specifics with the appropriate candidates.

    This is a fantastic opportunity for a student to have an influence on shaping the project and defining the expected outcomes.

    Skills Required 

    We are looking for a PhD student with the following:

    · Experience with high performance computing system design
    · Experience in high performance computing software design

    Please visit APR Internship website for more information and details on how to apply.


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  • APR Internship with Myriota

    Satellite Mission Developer

    Location: Adelaide, SA

    Duration: 6 months

    Proposed start date: 24 July 2019

    Project Background

    Myriota is a South Australian company who are global leaders in low-cost, low-power, secure direct-to-orbit satellite connectivity for the Internet of Things (IoT).

    Myriota has pioneered a new way to retrieve date from anywhere on earth, either on land or at sea. Leveraging years of customer focused Research and Development and an extensive suite of patented innovations, Myriota delivers secure, long batter life connectivity. Everywhere. Always.

    They are currently looking for an intern with a suitable background in Physics or Engineering to work with and develop satellite modelling tools to design Myriota’s next Satellite Constellation.

    Research to be Conducted

    · Constellation Modelling and simulation

    · Developing satellite operations strategies

    · Gathering Business Intelligence

    Skills Required 

    We are looking for a PhD student with the following:

    · Background in Physics, Software and/or Engineering

    · Knowledge of orbital mechanics

    · Knowledge and interest of the small satellite and launch (New Space) industry

    · Experience with Systems Tool Kit or similar modelling and simulation package suitable for analysing satellites and ground station networks

    · General purpose programming experience (matlab, octave, python etc), including C#

    · Experience in the solution of constrained and unconstrained optimization problems including the development of tools and best practice tools.

    Please visit APR Internship website for more information and details on how to apply.


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  • APR Internship with Bureau of Meteorology 

    Simulating the Interactions Between A Fire and the Atmosphere

    Location: Adelaide, SA (preferred location) or Melbourne, VIC (possible for the right candidate)

    Duration: 4 or 5 months

    Proposed start date: As soon as possible

    Project Background

    The project uses Australia’s premier research and operational numerical weather prediction model ACCESS, coupled to an empirical fire model to run case studies of extreme fire events and examine the interactions between the fire and surrounding atmosphere. The energy released by the simulated fire into the surrounding atmosphere, changes the surrounding wind fields and influences how the fire behaves. The project is supported by the Bushfire and Natural Hazards CRC and the project team is a small group of three in the Bureau of Meteorology’s Science to Services section. The project works closely with external stakeholders in fire and land management agencies. The work is of international interest due to climate change and increasing populations on the urban-rural fringe driving increased frequency and impacts of large bushfires, as well as a requirement for enhanced risk management during prescribed burns. The coupled-fire atmosphere model captures feedbacks between the fire and atmosphere, and examining the output enhances scientific understanding of the dynamical interactions and assists in development of tools and methods to predict fire behaviour and impacts.

    Research to be Conducted

    The key deliverables on the project are case studies of two significant bushfires using the coupled fire-atmosphere model. These have been delayed due to required model development, particularly configuration of boundary layer settings, therefore assistance is required to accelerate the analysis stage of the project. ACCESS-Fire will be run on two case studies; the Waroona and Sir Ivan fires. It is expected that the model runs, and write-up will mostly be performed by other team members, (however the intern may be involved). The intern will assist with managing the large datasets (on NCI) and plotting and analysing the output, including multiple fields, derived parameters, spatial and temporal plots, cross sections and animations. Plots will be required in a format suitable for journal publication.

    Skills Required 

    We are looking for a PhD student with the following:

    Essential

    · Excellent skills with python coding
    · Excellent skills with manipulation and visualisation of large datasets
    · Good problem-solving skills
    · Good communication skills

    Desirable

    · Knowledge of meteorology and fire behaviour (or strong interest and appetite to learn)
    · Strong interpersonal and collaboration skills

    Please visit APR Internship website for more information and details on how to apply.


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  • APR Internship with Inovor Technologies # 1

    Satellite Support: Mission Optimised Optical System Design

    Location: Adelaide, SA

    Duration: 5 months

    Proposed start date: As soon as possible

    Please note: Due to the sensitivity and security of this project, students must have Australian Citizenship to apply. Any applicants not meeting this requirement will automatically be deemed ineligible for this project.

    Project Background

    Inovor Technologies is a South Australian company offering specialist development services and satellite mission solutions. Inovor provide turnkey nanosatellite solutions for clients using our Apogee nanosatellite bus. The Apogee bus provides the power, pointing, mission control and telemetry systems all integrated into a lightweight modular structure.

    Inovor have also developed a nanosatellite-based space situational awareness (SSA) mission to support the global space network is in development, as is a smart Earth imaging mission for direct-to-user services. The Hyperion mission will support the global SSA effort using a constellation of 12U nanosatellites in Low Earth Orbit (LEO), observing the Medium Earth Orbit (MEO) and GEO orbital bands. Hyperion will provide large amounts of disparate data into the SSN.

    Inovor is developing several satellite mission applications and are looking for a PhD student that can help them support the imaging payload development, including optics design and imager selection.

    Research to be Conducted

    Inovor are interested in developing a mission optimised optical system design, including an optic and the imaging pipeline.

    This imaging system will need to conform to small satellite volume constraints and accommodate all other critical satellite bus systems around the imager. The student would work under the supervision of an optics specialist to develop an optical design and an image collection pipeline, and be supported by electrical and mechanical team members to achieve an optimised design.

    Skills Required

    We are looking for a PhD student with the following:

    · Optics design expertise

    · Imager selection expertise

    · Machine learning and computer vision expertise

    Please visit APR Internship website for more information and details on how to apply.


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  • APR Internship with Inovor Technologies # 2

    Satellite Mission Development: Signal Processing – Radio Frequency

    Location: Adelaide CBD, SA

    Duration: 5 months

    Proposed start date: August 2019

    Please note: Due to the sensitivity and security of this project, students must have Australian Citizenship to apply. Any applicants not meeting this requirement will automatically be deemed ineligible for this project.

    Project Background

    Inovor Technologies is a South Australian company offering specialist development services and satellite mission solutions. Inovor provide turnkey nanosatellite solutions for clients using our Apogee nanosatellite bus. The Apogee bus provides the power, pointing, mission control and telemetry systems all integrated into a lightweight modular structure.

    Inovor are also developing a nanosatellite-based space situational awareness (SSA) mission called Hyperion, The Hyperion mission will support the global SSA effort using a constellation of 12U nanosatellites in Low Earth Orbit (LEO), observing the Medium Earth Orbit (MEO) and GEO orbital bands. Hyperion will provide large amounts of disparate data into the global space surveillance network. As part of this Inovor is looking for a PhD student to support a Radio Frequency (RF) beam steering application on the satellite.

    Research to be Conducted

    The project will explore approaches to RF beam steering to distinguish two RF sources in close proximity to each other. They will also investigate ways to characterise the signals in simple terms such as frequency and bandwidth. The student will develop a high-level system design for the receiving unit and develop the beam steering algorithms to achieve the desired beams/nulls. The student should also have experience working with prototyping hardware or software defined radios and be able to set up an experimental system to demonstrate the algorithm.

    The student undertaking the project will be expended to develop algorithms that could possibly be deployed in dedicated hardware platforms, so knowledge of embedded systems would be useful but not necessary.

    Skills Required

    We are looking for a PhD student with the following:

    Essential

    · RF signal processing and beam steering
    · Machine learning
    · RF electronics

    Please visit APR Internship website for more information and details on how to apply.


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  • APR Internship with Inovor Technologies # 3

    Satellite Mission Development – Computer Vision

    Location: Adelaide CBD, SA

    Duration: 5 months

    Proposed start date: August 2019

    Please note: Due to the sensitivity and security of this project, students must have Australian Citizenship to apply. Any applicants not meeting this requirement will automatically be deemed ineligible for this project.

    Project Background

    Inovor technologies is a South Australian company offering specialist development services and satellite mission solutions. Inovor provide turnkey nanosatellite solutions for clients using our Apogee nanosatellite bus. The Apogee bus provides the power, pointing, mission control and telemetry systems all integrated into a lightweight modular structure.

    Inovor have also developed a nanosatellite-based space situational awareness (SSA) mission to support the global space network is in development, as well as a smart Earth imaging mission for direct-to-user services. The company is looking for a PhD student to support the development of computer vision algorithms related to Earth Imaging.

    Research to be Conducted

    The project will explore processing/vision systems to detect objects/attributes and changes in a sequence of images. The student will work on test image sequences to demonstrate image processing techniques for object detection, pose estimation and change detection. These algorithms may then be implemented on flight equivalent hardware.

    Skills Required

    We are looking for a PhD student with the following skills:

    Essential

    · Computer Vision
    · Computer Science
    · Artificial Intelligence
    · Machine learning and image processing

    Desirable

    · Matlab, C++, CUDA and/or Python

    Please visit APR Internship website for more information and details on how to apply.


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  • APR Internship with Regional Development Australia Yorke and Mid North

    Renew Yorke and Mid North Via Coworking Spaces

    Location: Clare Valley, SA

    Duration: 5 months

    Proposed start date: August 2019

    Project Background

    Regional Development Australia (RDA) Yorke and Mid North is a partnership between the Australian, state and local governments to support the growth and development of Australia’s regions. RDA builds partnerships between governments, regional development organisations, local businesses, community groups and key regional stakeholders to provide strategic and targeted responses to economic, environmental and social issues affecting the regions of Australia. RDA Yorke and Mid North is keen to explore the option for creating one (or potentially multiple) coworking spaces across the region, in an effort to support emerging industries, develop entrepreneurial eco-systems and inject vibrancy into declining main street areas.

    Providing a professional and connected place for founders and entrepreneurs to work on their business can significantly contribute to the success rates of start-ups and small businesses. The establishment of Lot Fourteen on the old RAH site in North Terrace, Adelaide, and the intention of the State Government to promote and support the development of entrepreneurs and start-ups, has flowed through into supportive policies and resources, including the office of the South Australian Chief Entrepreneur, the development of an ‘Innovation Framework’ to drive investment and create a pathway for economic and business attraction opportunities, and physical site re-development designed to create ‘hubs’ which will form ‘entrepreneurial neighbourhoods’, leading to the development of new ideas and new enterprises.

    There is considerable hollowing out of regional Main Streets, which appears to be accelerating at both national and local retail level. RDA Yorke and Mid North has been engaged in some main     street renewal activities through community development delivery in Peterborough but developing these schemes sustainably is complex as is modelling how State and local government support individual businesses directly. RDA are keen to explore what this model could look at a regional level under Renew Yorke and Mid North in the same way that there is a Renew Adelaide model, and to determine the locations most suited to the application of a renewal program, and to determine the cost benefit of investment into these locations.


    Skills Required 

    We are looking for a PhD student with the following:

    Essential

    · Experience and/or understanding of entrepreneurial mindsets and supports, small business development, and/or business development strategies

    · Excellent analytical skills

    · Experience in engaging with communities and business owners to discuss concepts, gather and evaluate feedback

    · A thorough understanding of the challenges of economic development for regional Australia

    Desirable

    · A thorough understanding of South Australia’s economic development plan, particularly in relation to regional South Australia

    · An understanding of Regional Development Australia’s role

    Please visit APR Internship website for more information and details on how to apply.


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  • APR Internship with Consilium Technology

    Project Tokyo – Blending Machine Learning and Human Expertise

    Location: Adelaide, SA

    Duration: 5 months

    Proposed start date: 12 August 2019

    Project Background

    Data driven models for time series forecasting are proving to give reasonable predictions and forecasts. In combination with expert human judgement we expect that time sensitive and expert knowledge is critical in terms of influencing a final prediction.

    Project Tokyo is an innovative blend of Machine Learning and Human Expertise which aims to bring together the best of both to enable unprecedented accuracy in sales and production forecasting.

    The leap in capability is achieved by marrying machine learning experts’ knowledge and insights to bring predictions to a super-forecaster level of accuracy, timeliness, and trustworthiness.

    Project Tokyo aims to take into consideration specific human configurable parameters that an operator can tune to provide a final prediction that is the result of combining a data driven model and an expert human judgement (biological neural network model).

    Research to be Conducted

    Research and design a consistent way of modelling human configurable human input parameters in combination with robust data-driven machine learning models for time series forecasting.

    For example, a pharmaceutical company may have a historical sales dataset which can drive the data driven sales forecasting model. However, the data driven model does not take into account recent temporal events that would influence the outcome of sales, e.g. tweets from politicians or an outbreak of swine flu.

    Objective 1 – Single tuneable risk slider.

    Objective 2 – A configurable set of risk sliders each with configurable weightings to influence the model.

    Skills Required 

    We are looking for a PhD student with the following:

    Essential

    · Python Programming

    · Strong foundation in Mathematics and Statistics

    · Machine Learning experience

    Desirable

    · Jupyter notebooks

    · Angular

    Please visit APR Internship website for more information and details on how to apply.


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24 July 2019
  • APR Internship with Stratco 

    Designing the Future of Stratco Smart Roof Products

    Location: Cavan, Adelaide, SA

    Duration: 5 or 6 months

    Proposed start date: July/August 2019

    Project Background

    Stratco have been manufacturing metal roofing products for 70+ years and whilst their base material has improved in strength, coatings for corrosion protection and pre-painted for aesthetics, the profiles and therefore its functionality within the dwelling has not. They have developed solar roofs that are a building-integrated photovoltaic system (BIPV), however this is not a cost effective “entire roof” system nor does it allow for the changing climate conditions.

    Research to be Conducted

    Develop a clear pathway for future roofing products that will support building practices within Australia, accommodate our changing environment and offer features to improve the dwellings sustainability, this includes:

    · New materials

    · New product designs

    · New product features

    In undertaking this project, the successful student will have access to Stratco’s current product range, materials, product testing, current standards and building codes. They will also be able to engage with Stratco’s internal civil engineers are required to discuss concepts. The company’s mechanical engineering team will also be available to assist the student when required.

    Skills Required 

    We are looking for a PhD student who can research relevant data to map the changing environment in relation to this project and offer more accurate parameters for the materials and design of an alternative product. Ideally students should have the following knowledge/background:

    Essential

    · Sustainable construction
    · Climate change
    · Environmental influences

    Desirable

    · An understanding of general building practices within Australia

    Please visit APR Internship website for more information and details on how to apply.


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