PhD scholarship available in Web Service Design for Transportation Networks
Value and duration
The scholarship is valued at up to $25,000 per annum for three years. International candidates may be eligible for a tuition waiver.
To be eligible for these scholarships you must:
- have an undergraduate or a masters degree in the area of Computer Science or related discipline, with outstanding grades
- meet RMIT’s PhD entry requirements
- show evidence of research ability — e.g. an honours degree, a minor thesis, some publication, or a well-developed preliminary research proposal, developed under the guidance of the supervisor
- have an interest in cross-disciplinary research and ability to work in a team.
How to apply
Find out how to submit your application.
With approval from the project supervisor, you will need to submit your PhD application to RMIT University.
Applications are now open.
Applications close Tuesday 30 July 2015.
This project involves the design of service-oriented management infrastructure for managing the databases and applications of the multimodal transportation networks.
Web services act typically as the building blocks for Service-Oriented Architectures (SOA). Those building blocks need to be designed in an efficient and effective manner to provide a competitive service.
During this process, it is important to investigate the design issues related to granularity, abstraction, generality, etc. Similarly, it is also important to evaluate the functional, non-functional and behavioral properties of web services to produce an optimum design.
Therefore, developing a rigorous foundation that would provide sound design is paramount. It will help to reduce the effort of integration, minimize the impact of change, deliver appropriate levels of granularity, abstraction and generality, etc.
In addition to RMIT’s PhD entry requirements, candidates should have background in a Computer Science or a related discipline. Apart from the PhD scholarship, a top-up scholarship may be considered for a strong candidate.
For further information about these scholarships and projects, email Dr. Hai Dong, email@example.com.