Current project opportunities for students
The projects below are actively seeking student input.
*New* PhD candidate position available on ARC Linkage zero-emission vehicle adoption policy project »
An opportunity exists for a PhD scholar to join and work on an awarded ARC linkage project.
This project focuses on southern greater glider ecology and conservation. The research will include field, laboratory, and captive animal studies and have a strong component of nutritional ecology and animal physiology.
Developing machine learning algorithms to identify forest structural characteristics from earth observation data on a regional scale, Australia »
Developing machine learning algorithms to identify forest structural characteristics from earth observation data on a regional scale, Australia
How does leaf decomposition impact on water quality in Canberra?
Investigating the spatial ecology, behaviour and welfare of translocated eastern brown snakes in the ACT »
The PhD project investigates the spatial ecology, behaviour and welfare of translocated eastern brown snakes in the ACT.
We are seeking a dedicated, passionate and high-quality PhD applicant to work with a team of ecologists and citizen scientists running a national research and monitoring program on Latham’s Snipe.
A range of post-grad projects that can be formulated to suit Honours, Masters or PhD. These will cover areas such as farm productivity, hydrology, ecological function, and social capital.
PhD Project - Linking plant-pollinator network structure to plant reproductive function in Australia »
Help advance our understanding of a vital ecosystem service at the Fenner School of Environment & Society at The Australian National University (ANU) in collaboration with the CSIRO Future Science Platform Environomics (FSPE).
We are offering a scholarship for one PhD candidate to contribute to studying current ESG metrics and advancing the development and implementation of the prototype Earth system impact score.
An opportunity exists at The Australian National University for a highly motivated PhD candidate to extend our current understanding of Australia’s pre-20th century weather and climate extremes such as heatwaves, droughts, and extreme rainfall...
Wildlife on the edge: how does personality, behaviour and foraging ecology of possums vary across the urban-woodland boundary? »
Applicants are being sought for an Australian Research Council (ARC) Discovery Project, project exploring the impacts of urbanisation on the autecology and disease ecology of our native wildlife.