A PhD scholarship has become available at the University of South Australia (UniSA), Australia for a studying 'Privacy-Enhanced Personalised Search'. The research programme is funded by the .au Domain Association Foundation (auDA).
The scholarship does not provide for international student fees, however UniSA offers international student fee scholarships (the 'President's Scholarships') for eligible candidates.
Applicants should have a first-class or upper second-class honours degree (or equivalent) from a recognised University. They should have technical skills to allow them to set up a proxy server for query expansion and data leakage control. Some experience in Linux or similar would be an advantage, as would relational database skills.
The student will be located in the WebTech and Security Lab at UniSA (sl.cis.unisa.edu.au) at the Mawson Lakes Campus of UniSA in Adelaide, South Australia. The start date will be January-March 2013.
Applications close on 31st October Australian time. Informal enquiries and expressions of interest to Helen Ashman are encouraged prior to application ([log in to unmask]).