Through the Urban Futures Enabling Capability Platform at RMIT University, the Healthy, Liveable Cities group is delighted to be offering two PhD scholarships:
A PhD Scholarship in Urban Futures Social Inequities investigating whether those who reside in more liveable neighbourhoods, but are of lower socioeconomic position, experience a ‘pulling up’ effect on their mental health and wellbeing over time.
A PhD Scholarship in Urban Futures Agent-based Modelling investigating the use of an Agent-Based Modelling (ABM) to broaden our understanding of the RESIDe study data and translate findings to new housing developments.
Each scholarship will provide a stipend of $30,000 per annum for three years. International applications welcome.
Applications close 5pm AEST, Friday 23 June 2017. click on the links above to apply.
The RMIT Centre for Urban Research will also be hosting a free AURIN Workshop on the 30th June. This is a great opportunity to break down the AURIN Workbench and other spatial tools and to dive deep into the data access and analytics available through our platform.