Laing O’Rourke sponsors PhD research position on Artificial Intelligence at The University of Sydney


Laing O’Rourke has partnered with The University of Sydney to sponsor a PhD candidate to complete research on Artificial Intelligence (AI) Techniques for Emergency Management and Critical Infrastructure. The position is made possible by CSIRO’s Next Generation Graduates program.

The research program is a three-year full-time degree based in Sydney, Australia, and will develop much-needed skills in Artificial Intelligence to support critical infrastructure and community safety. The successful candidate will receive a competitive yearly allowance and have tuition fees waived.

The candidate will be supervised by The University of Sydney’s Associate Professor Nader Naderpajouh, Head of School of Project Management and Professor Jennifer Whyte, Director of John Grills Institute for Project Leadership; as well as Laing O’Rourke’s Dr Rowan Braham, AI and Predictive Analytics Lead.

If you’re interested in the program and delivering cutting-edge research in Artificial Intelligence, you can read more and apply here.