89 matching results

UQIDAR 249
Position Open
Australian studentsIndian and international students

Elucidating the impact of micro-exon splicing defects in epilepsy with human iPSC-derived brain organoids

This project uses Nanopore sequencing to map micro-exon splicing events at a single cell level in human induced pluripotent stem cell derived brain organoids to gain insight into how abnormal micro-exon splicing leads to neurodevelopmental defects that cause epilepsy.

UQ Supervisor

Professor Ernst Wolvetang

Australian Institute for Bioengineering and Nanotechnology (AIBN)
IITD Supervisor

Assistant professor Ishaan Gupta

Department of Biochemical Engineering and Biotechnology
Medicine, Health and Behavioural Sciences
UQIDAR 248
Position Open
Indian and international students

Microfluidic device for on-chip cell sorting for platelet enrichment

Microfluidic technology has come a long way since its advent and now we can carry out various analytical work on a microchip that usually required a large lab and multiple manpower.

UQ Supervisor

Professor Matt Trau

Australian Institute for Bioengineering and Nanotechnology (AIBN)
IITD Supervisor

Dr Sandeep K. Jha

Department of Biomedical Engineering
Additional Supervisor

Dr Selvakumar Edwardraja

Australian Institute for Bioengineering and Nanotechnology
Medicine, Health and Behavioural Sciences
UQIDAR 247
Position Open
Indian and international studentsAustralian students

Techno-economic analysis of options for the use of sugarcane bagasse as a source of chemicals and energy

Sugarcane is produced in large amounts in both India and Australia generating large amounts of bagasse as by-products of sugar production. This project will evaluate the options to identify the best use of this resource in India, Australia, and globally.

UQ Supervisor

Professor Robert Henry

Queensland Alliance for Agriculture and Food Innovation (QAAFI)
IITD Supervisor

Professor K.K. Pant

Department of Chemical Engineering
Additional Supervisor

Professor Frederik Botha

Queensland Alliance for Agriculture and Food Innovation (QAAFI)
Agriculture and EnvironmentEngineering
UQIDAR 246
Position Open
Indian and international students

Organic Light Emitting Devices: Charge Transport and Photo-physics

The project aims to develop new class of light-emitting devices operating at very high current densities.

UQ Supervisor

Associate Professor Ebinazar B. Namdas

School of Mathematics and Physics
IITD Supervisor

Associate professor Madhusudan Singh

Department of Electrical Engineering
EngineeringMedicine, Health and Behavioural SciencesScience and Mathematics
UQIDAR 245
Position Open
Australian students

Development of Point of Care Device/system for in-situ Blood Transfusion

This project is to develop a novel device that can effectively capture and release platelets from blood samples. The device will combine two advanced technologies that includes nanoyeast based capturing and “Electro-hemodynamics” induced release of captured platelets.

UQ Supervisor

Professor Matt Trau

Australian Institute for Bioengineering and Nanotechnology (AIBN)
IITD Supervisor

Dr Sandeep K. Jha

Department of Biomedical Engineering
Additional Supervisor

Dr Selvakumar Edwardraja

Australian Institute for Bioengineering and Nanotechnology
Medicine, Health and Behavioural Sciences
UQIDAR 244
Position Open
Australian studentsIndian and international students

Studying the impact of technological change on the resilience of buildings

Novel materials and systems are being introduced into the built environment at an increasing rate. These often result in unforeseen consequences in the event of accidents, impacting on resilience of buildings. This project identifies the contribution of novel materials to building resilience.

UQ Supervisor

Dr David Lange

School of Civil Engineering
IITD Supervisor

Professor Vasant Matsagar

Department of Civil Engineering
Engineering
UQIDAR 243
Position Open
Indian and international students

Adversarial AI Attacks and Defenses in Intrusion Detection System for IoT

The resource-constrained nature of internet-of-things (IoT) make them vulnerable against artificial intelligence (AI)-assisted cyber-attacks. In this project, we will develop an adversarial AI-driven framework for designing and evaluating an intrusion detection system that can detect such attacks.

UQ Supervisor

Associate professor Dan Kim

School of Information Technology and Electrical Engineering
IITD Supervisor

Assistant professor Vireshwar Kumar

Department of Computer Science and Engineering
IT and Computer Science
UQIDAR 242
Position Open
Australian studentsIndian and international students

Automatic Verification and Security of Industrial Control Systems

This project addresses the cybersecurity of critical infrastructure by designing automated vulnerability detection testkits for heterogenous industrial control systems (ICS) and industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) equipment. The project will utilise the facilities of the UQ Industry 4.0 TestLab.

UQ Supervisor

Professor Ryan Ko

School of Information Technology and Electrical Engineering
IITD Supervisor

Associate professor Sorav Bansal

Department of Computer Science and Engineering
IT and Computer Science
UQIDAR 241
Position Open
Australian studentsIndian and international students

Machine learning based control and security of software-defined networks

Software-defined networking (SDN) is a new paradigm that allows the use of programmable network devices, and separates the control and data planes. In this project, we will solve some key research problems on the control and security of SDN using machine learning techniques.

UQ Supervisor

Associate professor Marius Portmann

School of Information Technology and Electrical Engineering
IITD Supervisor

Assistant professor Arpan Chattopadhyay

Department of Electrical Engineering
Additional Supervisor

Dr Rajeev Shorey

Chief Executive Officer
The University of Queensland–IIT Delhi Academy of Research
EngineeringIT and Computer Science
UQIDAR 240
Position Open
Australian studentsIndian and international students

Examining the resilience of communities to fire

This project will analyse the resilience of communities vulnerable to fire hazards. With a specific focus on studying the resilience of communities with different vulnerability profiles, the aim of the project will help to inform policy and resource allocation to improve fire safety outcomes.

UQ Supervisor

Dr David Lange

School of Civil Engineering
IITD Supervisor

Assistant professor Upasna Sharma

School of Public Policy
EngineeringHumanities, Social Sciences and Education