You may also find a project by approaching an academic directly.
Read through each School's research areas and contact an academic who is working in an area of your interest to see if they have any projects available.
The HLO (HDR Liaison Officer) for Civil is Ms Alison Bath.
All HDR correspondence from applicants, current candidates and academics is through [email protected]
Major investigation, research project or significant engineering design task.
This course assists students to transition to becoming a responsible and ethical professional engineer through conducting a complete engineering project that integrates engineering skills acquired through an engineering program.There is no set format or length of the project proposal, and this should be discussed with the thesis supervisor.Using the format of the final thesis will assist in the integration of the material from the progress report into the final thesis.Each student must write a project proposal which clearly defines the thesis topic, presents a review of relevant background material and an assessment of the impact of previous work on the current project.Importantly, the proposal should state the purpose, aims, coverage and relevance of the project and a project plan for its completion.Your student email should be used for any correspondence external to UQ (for instance, publications you have written). Details on how to do this can be found on the Information Technology Services (ITS) website.You can also find out how to access email after you leave UQ.For assistance on academic matters, please contact either the PGC or student representative.As an HDR student at Civil Engineering, you will have a UQ student email address for life.To book your Project Progress Seminar: You will be able to see the complete seminar schedule via the Assessment tab in Blackboard.You must also participate in at least five other seminars and have your participation recorded on the seminar attendance form.