NEW OPPORTUNITIES for Postdoctoral Research Fellows
The Scientific Computing Research Unit (SCRU) invites highly motivated individuals to apply for a Computational Postdoctoral Research Fellowship to be part of a multidisciplinary team investigating a gene expression cancer biomarker.
Entry into the SCRU graduate programme is through a Masters degree. Only students with an Masters degree in Scientific Computing are accepted into the Doctoral programme. There are a limited number of Post Doctoral Research Fellowships are available.
We welcome applications from 2nd and 3rd year students who wish to undertake a vacation internship.
The appropriate online application form must be completed if you wish to join one of these programmes of study, unless otherwise stated there is no formal closing date for applications.
For students who have obtained their PhD Degree and would like to apply for postdoctoral studies at the Scientific Computing Research Unit, please complete the PDRF Application Form.
Full-Time Postgraduate Degree
For full time postgraduate studies (Masters and Doctoral) at the Scientific Computing Research Unit, please complete a Postgraduate Degree Application Form.
For students who are registered/in the process of registering in areas other than Scientific Computing but wish to add a Computational Component to their postgraduate research. A 50% payment of bench/workstation fees is the responsibility of the principal investigator hosting the collaborating co-supervised student/postdoctoral fellow.
For students/postdoctoral fellows/academics who wish to add a Computational Component to their research as part of a collaboration with a SCRU staff member. Note the payment of bench/workstation fees is the responsibility of the principal investigator hosting the collaborating student/scientist.
For Undergraduate/Honours students who wish to apply for an vacation internship at SCRU, please complete the online Internship Application Form.