The International Centre for Radio Astronomy Research (ICRAR) is offering eight student fellowships up to $6000, four of which will be co-funded with iVEC for projects with computational elements.
This is an excellent opportunity for undergraduate students to experience astronomy related research based at either Curtin University or The University of Western Australia.
Successful applicants will join ICRAR for a 10 week period beginning in late November and ending in mid February, Projects cover a broad range of topics taken from astronomy, astrophysics, databases, engineering, ICT and parallel computing.
Each studentship is for up to $6,000, $500 paid as a weekly stipend and a $1,000 payment on submission of final report.
Students from outside WA also receive one return airfare and an accommodation subsidy while in Perth.