Education and training will be delivered by CRC participants who have extensive industry and R&D experience and reputation in the community.
A range of measures and programs have been built on collaborative feedback and are designed to add value to industry participants and researchers alike. This includes options for industry placement of early career researchers and PhD candidates, international exchanges of staff and researchers, vocational education and training opportunities, entrepreneurial support through leading investment incubators and an active program of events to provide opportunities for professional development, networking, public outreach and knowledge exchange.
The training and education outcomes of the CRC will lead to a transformation in blue economy collaboration, capability building and productivity, and train a cohort of specialist scientists and engineers with detailed cross-discipline knowledge to work in Australia’s future blue economy industries. Creation of new knowledge, technologies and future leaders will underpin the growth and productivity of participating sectors across Australia and internationally.
The Blue Economy CRC will provide further information on how to apply for a PhD in early 2020. In the meantime, we invite you to submit an expression of interest (including a recent CV) for a PhD or postdoctoral research fellow position by completing the form below.