Professor Parastoo Sadeghi
Research School of EEME, CECS

 Research students and postdocs

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Supervision or mentoring of postdoctoral research fellows

Supervision of Higher Degree Research (HDR) students

[Name, Years, PhD/MPhil student, my role in their program, external links]

Hosting external HDR students at ANU

  • Yousef N. Shnaiwer, 2016, PhD student at KFUPM, Saudi Arabia, visiting PhD student at ANU (2016)
  • Ulric Ferner, 2013-2014, PhD student at MIT, USA, Thesis Committee Member, visiting PhD student at ANU (2013), LinkedIn Page
  • Zahra Mobini, 2010-2012, PhD student at KNTUT, Iran, visiting PhD student at ANU (2010/2011), Google Scholar Page, LinkedIn Page
  • Mohammadali Mohammadi, 2010-2012, PhD student at KNTUT, Iran, visiting PhD student at ANU (2010/2011), Google Scholar Page, LinkedIn Page
  • Foroogh S. Tabataba, 2008-2012, PhD student at Sharif University of Technology, Iran, visiting PhD student at ANU (2008/2009), Google Scholar Page, LinkedIn Page
  • 2015, Commendation from China Scholarship Council for supervision of Mr. Mingchao Yu (the 2015 National Awardee for Outstanding Self-financed Chinese Students Study Abroad)
  • 2012, two invited talks (invited by Prof M. Kiley) at the CHELT Supervisors Induction Workshops, Semester 1 and 2
  • 2011, ANU Top PhD Supervisor Award, nominated by five of my HDR students
  • 2010, ANU Top PhD Supervisor Award, nominated by one HDR student

General application process for prospective HDR students

I am looking for highly motivated PhD students with excellent academic record, promising research potential, and strong mathematical, analytical and communication skills. As a guide, students in top 5% of their cohort are deemed competitive. My research areas are specified in my Research page and the list of my publications guides the expected calibre of prospective research students. If you are confident you meet the criteria and have mutual research interests, please contact me via email and include your detailed CV, transcripts (official or unofficial), and a brief statement of research. The formal application process is described in Graduate Research.

Each year, the main round of scholarships is 31 October for domestic (Aus/NZ) students and 31 August for international students. There may be a mid-year scholarship around April/May each year. Additional scholarships may be offered anytime throughout the year subject to funding availability. If you intend to apply for a main round of scholarship, please contact me at least 6 weeks prior to the deadline for planning purposes.