Scholarship Description: We are seeking applicants for a fully funded PhD scholarship for our New Australian Research Council (ARC) funded discovery project on new uncoordinated mass access technologies for the Internet of Things (IoT). This project will combine our individual expertise in telecommunications, signal processing and machine learning to enable the expected billions of IoT devices to opportunistically transfer data with uncoordinated non-orthogonal multiple access. The project will begin in the third quarter of 2021 and we look forward to welcoming a new PhD student in this developing area. Graduation Level: PhD Scholarship – Faculty of Electrical and Computer Engineering, New Castle University 2021-2022 is available for PhD programs at Newcastle University. Topics available: The Australian Research Council (ARC) funded a discovery project on new uncoordinated mass access technologies for the Internet of Things (IoT). Benefits of the scholarship: Full exemption from fees and monthly allowances according to the higher level of research (HDR). Admission criteria: Master’s degree in engineering (electrical engineering, electronics, telecommunications or engineering / computer science). Candidates should have the following skills: experience in wireless communication, information theory and signal processing. History of the search in connection with the domain (s) mentioned. Knowledge of non-orthogonal multiple access (NOMA) and IoT; The publication (s) can be a plus. Order via machine / deep learning, MATLAB etc. Strong motivation and needs to be autonomous in the face of the latest challenges and trends. Good presentation, analysis and communication skills.