We have a growing pool of highly-skilled PhD students from all of Australia’s leading universities – below is just a small snapshot.

Contact us to find the perfect match for your research challenge.

Engineering, IT, Mathematics & Statistics

NEDA AFZALISERESHT

Computing Sciences

Victoria University

I specialise in cybersecurity, computer communications and computer reliability. I am also skilled in machine learning and AI, and would like to apply these in a commercial setting.

MIR AMBIA

Power Engineering

The University of Sydney

I specialise in power system research; renewable energy technology and management. I would like to apply my expertise to a commercial challenge in the Power and Energy sector.

DERICK LIMA

Electrical Engineering

University of Technology Sydney 

My skills include programming, modelling, simulation and mathematical formulation. I am able to deliver literature review and identify how to design models using appropriate tools.

SRINIVAS CHAKRAVARTY

Mathematical Sciences

RMIT University 

I am a machine learning specialist. My PhD is focused on mathematics and statistics; improving the estimation of wind speed and solar radiation. I am an experienced Project Manager.

PARASTOO AMIN

IT & Computing Sciences

RMIT University

My research focuses on how to reduce the energy consumption and carbon emission of data centres. I also have a Masters in IT Management and am an experienced Project Coordinator.

JHARANA ARYAL

Built Environment & Design

RMIT University 

My research focuses on managing climate-friendly cities, urbanisation, economic growth and energy use. I would like to apply my research skills to help solve real-world challenges.

SHAHANA JANJUA

Engineering

Curtin University 

My expertise includes chemical, civil and environmental engineering. My PhD is focused on a sustainability assessment framework for buildings made of variable construction materials.

PARASTOO AMIN

IT & Computing Sciences

RMIT University

My research focuses on how to reduce the energy consumption and carbon emission of data centres. I also have a Masters in IT Management and am an experienced Project Coordinator.

MEDICAL, BIOLOGICAL & OTHER SCIENCES

ZAKIR HUSSAIN

Applied Sciences

RMIT University 

I specialise in project design, project management, data analysis, interpretation and the development of research tools. I would like to apply these skills commercially.

SAKTHI SELVAMANI

Medical & Biological Science

The University of Sydney

My PhD research is on the role mitochondria plays in chronic hepatitis virus infections. More broadly, my technical skills can be leveraged to diagnostic-related industries.

SARAH AAMIDOR

Environmental Science

The University of Sydney

I have a wide range of technical skills and understanding of the laboratory research process. I can research, analyse, identify solutions and write up results in a comprehensive report.

AMAN HUNDAL

Applied Science

RMIT University

I have expertise in synthesising material, analysis & application. I can apply these skills to design strategies, inclusion projects and perform comprehensive literature reviews.

WEJDAN SHAHIN

Medical and Health Sciences

RMIT University

I am completing my PhD in Pharmacy. My research is focused on medication adherence in vulnerable populations and the impact of cultural and personal beliefs.

KYLIE YANG

Biological Chemistry

The University of Sydney

My research speciality is molecular biology and microenvironments associated with disease. I would like to apply this expertise to a commercial challenge.

DIVYA ANNANGI

Microbiology

Western Sydney University

I am an experienced microbiologist, skilled in DNA sequencing, cell culture, data analysis and reports. I welcome the opportunity to apply these skills commercially.

RASHMI GAMAGE

Life Sciences

Western Sydney University

My PhD research is on the complex biological process of ageing. More broadly, I am skilled to design experiments, make observations and develop comprehensive reports.

EMI STUART

Environmental Science

Western Sydney University 

I specialise in environmental research – both lab and field techniques. These can be applied to a number of sectors including climate change, forestry and sustainability.

EMEL ROTHZERG

Medical & Health Sciences

University of Western Australia

My research specialty is biotechnology, immunology, biochemistry, microbiology and programming (C++, Python, Matlab and more). My PhD focuses on gene mining in osteosarcoma.

ABDELRAHMAN ELKHATEEB

Earth Sciences

Curtin University

I am experienced in rock characterisation, statistics and software. As part of my PhD, I have developed a new technique for reservoir rock typing. I believe my skills can help the oil and gas sector.

CYMBELINE BUHLER

Social Science

Western Sydney University

As a sociologist, I am qualified to evaluate the impact of social sciences. I am experienced in qualitative and quantitative research methods and communicating these research results.

BUSINESS, ECONOMICS & MANAGEMENT

SHARON WONG

History & Archaeology

The University of Melbourne

I am experienced in data acquisition (both qualitative & quantitative techniques), data analysis and using visualisation software to present research findings.

FARZANEH ESLAMLOO

Commerce & Management

Edith Cowan University 

I am skilled in knowledge, change and risk management. My PhD focuses on start-up accelerator programs and how they guarantee commercialisation.

For more information on a student, or to discuss a research project, contact your state’s dedicated Business Development Officer:

Justin Mabbutt (VIC & TAS)
M: 0413 050 952 | E: j.mabbutt@aprintern.org.au

Michael Valentine (VIC)
M: 0411 600 063 | E: m.valentine@aprintern.org.au

Mark Ovens (NSW)
M: 0400 764 763 | E: m.ovens@aprintern.org.au

Michaela Murphy (NSW)
M: 0405 046 360 | E: m.murphy@aprintern.org.au

David Beecham (SA)
M: 0490 124 374 | E: d.beecham@aprintern.org.au

Michael Koczyrkewycz (QLD)
M: 0412 860 824 | E: m.koczyrkewycz@aprintern.org.au

Tracey McClurg (WA)
M: 0403 152 412 | E: t.mcclurg@aprintern.org.au

Alyssa Weirman (ACT)
M: 0431 960 252 | E: a.weirman@aprintern.org.au