Education and Training

From 2011 to 2017, the CUDOS research program offered students the opportunity to work with and be mentored by senior CUDOS researchers. Students have been encouraged to take projects that have both experimental and theoretical components, and their work may require working at more than a single university. Students have had the opportunity to attend over 95 CUDOS Workshops, Conferences and Training Programs to meet other CUDOS students and researchers, and become more familiar with the background of their project.

The training and education of a cohort of more than 130 expert researchers who have gone into industry, academia, government, and professional roles and whose research expertise and problem solving capabilities will provide on-going benefits to Australia for decades.