Multiple PhD opportunities are available within the Climate and Fluid Physics group at the Australian National University in Canberra, Australia. Example projects with top-up scholarships available include:

  • Computational modelling of ocean heat transport towards Antarctica,
  • Laboratory studies including on internal wave-eddy interactions and the energy balance at the sea surface.

Other projects in line with the group’s broad research interests are also possible (from large-scale ocean circulation to internal waves, turbulence and ocean model development).

We seek expressions of interest from graduates with a strong background in physics, mathematics, engineering, dynamical oceanography or similar quantitative sciences. Full details of projects and how to apply here:

http://rses.anu.edu.au/research/groups/climate-and-fluid-physics/phd-top-up-scholarships-climate-and-fluid-physics

Expressions of interest due by 31st of July 2020.