PhD opportunity in The AiLECS Lab (Australian citizens only)

Detecting Threats in Temporal Networks

Application deadline: until filled

A PhD is available for an Australian citizen with our industry partner The AiLECS Lab. The project is Detecting Threats in Temporal Networks. The project aims to better understand communications in networks of criminal activity.

This will be led by OPTIMA CI Prof. Peter Stuckey and OPTIMA AI Dr John Betts at Monash University, and Dr Janis Dalins and Dr Campbell Wilson at The AiLECS Lab.

We offer this PhD opportunity with a stipend and a generous top-up scholarship at Monash University, Clayton. Our PhDs are 3.5 years which include up to one year of industry placement, ensuring that our graduates are industry-ready upon conclusion.

Before applying, please familiarise yourself with Monash’s admission requirements, as a PhD cannot be offered if you do not meet the universities’ stringent requirements at Monash University ( The university will only process applications for OPTIMA students after you have completed this EOI, attended an industry interview and have been provided with an OPTIMA letter of acceptance.

AiLECS: apply here

Application deadline Open until filled