OPTICAL MONITORING OF FRESHWATER QUALITY
In this project, the student will work with a new generation of optical sensors that can be deployed in-situ, to collect high-frequency real-time water quality data. The student will collaborate and be supported by a number of Griffith research staff members who are involved in related projects co-sponsored by e.g. water utilities and city councils. Benefits of a successful Honours project include a better understanding of water quality trends and variations in our rivers and lakes, leading to safer drinking and recreational waters.
Scholarship supervisor(s): Dr Edoardo Bertone
$6,000, paid in instalments. These funds are not for research activities and are to support the student undertaking Honours.
GPA of 6 in their undergraduate program; enrolled full-time; study in consecutive trimesters and maintain a minimum GPA of 6.
This scholarship will be offered to commence in T1, 2021. If there is not a successful applicant for T1, the scholarship will be offered again in T2, 2021.
Email Dr Edoardo Bertone: firstname.lastname@example.org