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Engineering PhD Projects, Programs & Scholarships in New Zealand

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  Decision Automation for Orchards and Vineyards
  Prof A Werner
Applications accepted all year round
Decision Automation for Orchards and Vineyards is an interdisciplinary and transdisciplinary project on sensing and understanding of high-value fruit canopies in commercial orchards or vineyards to learn and train AI-tools of manual activities from experienced staff with the intention to support decision making of staff and later robots.
  A Physical Model for Studying Airflow and Temperature Control in Refrigerated Reefer Containers with Pallets
  Dr J Olatunji, Dr A East
Application Deadline: 31 May 2019
PROJECT DETAILS. Kiwifruit exports from New Zealand exceeded NZD $1.7B in 2016, with an intention to grow to NZD $4.5B by 2025.
  Organic electrosynthesis
  Dr J Sperry
Applications accepted all year round
The field of chemical synthesis is under constant pressure to produce molecules in a timely, economical and sustainable fashion. In this project we will demonstrate that valuable heterocyclic molecules can be efficiently synthesized in an environmentally friendly manner by simply using electric current.
  Integrating online user feedback to identify software product development insights
  Dr K Blincoe
Applications accepted all year round
There is an ever-increasing amount of user feedback available online. Software users tweet about their frustrations, leave reviews in app stores detailing their opinions of the software, and more.
  Solving electromagnetic inverse scattering problems in the presence of uncertainty
  Dr A Austin
Applications accepted all year round
Background. Inverse scattering problems arise when electromagnetic waves are used to image ‘hidden’ objects, e.g., buried landmines, underground oil reserves, or tumours in the body.
  CFD of atmospheric re-entry
  Dr J Cater, Dr N Rattenbury
Applications accepted all year round
The Faculties of Science and Engineering are jointly developing a space systems programme at The University of Auckland. This cross-disciplinary effort has brought together engineers and scientists interested in growing New Zealand’s expertise in space mission design, satellite construction and space science.
  Developing Nanosatellite Synthetic Aperture Radar
  Dr J Cater, Dr N Rattenbury
Applications accepted all year round
The Faculty of Engineering and the Faculty of Science are jointly developing a space systems programme at The University of Auckland.
  Small satellite micro-thrusters - developing the existing Pocket Rocket thruster to create a satellite-ready unit
  Dr J Cater, Dr N Rattenbury
Applications accepted all year round
The University of Auckland is developing micro-thruster systems for small and nano satellites. We are looking for a PhD candidate to work on creating new and developing existing thruster systems that are suitable for use within constrained satellite mass, volume and power budgets.
  High-Tc Superconductor Research for Space Satellites
  Dr N Rattenbury, Dr J Cater
Applications accepted all year round
The Faculties of Science and Engineering are jointly developing a space systems programme at The University of Auckland. This cross-disciplinary effort has brought together engineers and scientists interested in growing New Zealand’s expertise in space mission design, satellite construction and space science.
  High-resolution Imaging of Near-Earth Objects and Space Debris: Real-Time Atmospheric Tomographic Signal Processing
  Dr SJ Waddell, Dr R Clare
Applications accepted all year round
The research project is concerned with development and implementation of signal and image processing algorithms for predicting a distortion function when viewing an artificial satellite or large space debris objects thorough atmospheric turbulence and with the aid of a 60 cm to 100 cm optical telescope.
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