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However, from early in their career, mariners have to attend formal learning environment to gain skills and knowledge that they need to practice safely onboard ships.Yet, little is known about how this learning applied practically on the job, i.e., what is transferred from one setting to another and how this transfer occurs.Please indicate under Scholarship Support that you wish to be considered for Australian Postgraduate Award (APA) / Tasmania Graduate Research Scholarships (TGRS) if you are a domestic student, or International Postgraduate Research Scholarship (IPRS) / Tasmania Graduate Research Scholarships (TGRS) if you are an international student.Applicants from China are also welcome to apply for the following scholarship: China Scholarship.
This scholarship is funded by the University of Tasmania This is a theoretical, computational and experimental work to develop adaptive model predictive controllers for the grid integration of marine renewable energy systems.
The implications of this study are relevant to workplace learning research in general and to maritime education and safe shipping practice in particular.
The following eligibility criteria apply to this scholarship: Candidates from a variety of disciplinary backgrounds are encouraged to apply but applicant with maritime background who are familiar with qualitative research methodology are preferred.
Autonomous underwater vehicle (AUV) docking system is proposed to enable long-term adaptive spatio-temporal sampling of a site of scientific interest.
The challenge for docking operations is how to reduce the risk of failure to dock in an unpredictable environment.