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Multiple PhD positions are available at the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering at the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology (HKUST) according to the description below.
Structural Engineering: Multiple PhD scholarships are available in the area of bridge engineering (Assistant Professor Ilias DIMITRAKOPOULOS), structural dynamics (Professor Lambros KATAFYGIOTIS) and seismic/concrete engineering (Professor Jun Shang KUANG). For further information, please visit each professor’s webpage, through the department’s homepage http://www.ce.ust.hk/, or send an informal enquiry to the contacts below.
Computational Geomechanics: Multiple PhD scholarships are available in the area of computational geomechanics and multiscale modeling of granular materials, working with Prof. Jidong Zhao on government funded projects. Please visit his homepage for further information (http://ihome.ust.hk/~jzhao/position.html).
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This is a call for candidates with a bachelor degree and masters in civil engineering or (equivalently) a diploma in civil engineering, who wish to pursue a PhD degree in Civil Engineering at the HKUST.
Applications should consist of a letter of application explaining your reasons for applying for the position and your initial thoughts on the research area, a detailed CV (including expected or actual degree class), together with the names and contact details of two academic referees who can be contacted prior to interview. These should be sent by email to Dr. DIMITRAKOPOULOS (firstname.lastname@example.org) if interested in Structural Engineering, or to Dr. ZHAO (jzhao @ust.hk) if interested in Computational Geomechanics.
Applications are invited for the above-mentioned studentships. The successful applicant will join the research team of one of the above Professors, in either the structural engineering or the geotechnical engineering areas. The studentship will be around HK$13,600 per month tax free for a duration of three years. Further extension of half to one year of the studentship is grantable if necessary. Outstanding students can also apply with the faculty members for a prestigious and highly competitive Hong Kong PhD Fellowship (HKPDF) scheme. The successful applicant of HKPDF would have a monthly salary of HK$20,000 plus other benefits such as conference travel support.
Form of employment: Time-limited
Work time: Full time
Salary. According to HKUST regulations for PhD students
Start date: By agreement