Alfred Deakin Postdoctoral Research Fellowships
The Alfred Deakin Postdoctoral Research Fellowships (ADPRF) support and develop early career researchers identified as potential rising stars, aiming to enhance the capacity and capability in key research areas and build the next generation of high achieving and internationally competitive researchers.
REDI researchers who have been awarded this fellowship, Dr Luci Pangrazio, Dr Rino Adhikary, Dr Eve Mayes and Dr Saeed Salimpour, participated in an information session where they discussed the development of their project proposal and the application process:
Frequently Asked Questions
Do I have to know who my supervisor is before I apply?
Yes, the online application form requires you to identify your preferred supervisor and you should also work with this person to prepare your research project proposal, which is required as part of the application process.
How do I find a supervisor?
We have more than 30 research degree supervisors to choose from at REDI. If you are interested in a project that aligns with one of REDI’s research priority areas you can find the right supervisor for you via our search.
Can I contact a potential supervisor directly?
Yes, once you have found one or more supervisor who matches your research interests you can contact them directly to discuss your research proposal.
Where can I find examples of projects that have been awarded ADPRF?
A number of REDI members have been awarded Alfred Deakin Postdoctoral Fellowships. Details of their projects can be found below:
Dr Luci Pangrazio
Student voice in an age of extinction?
Dr Eve Mayes
Assembling the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Education Goal in the Indo-Pacific:
a comparative analysis of Bangladesh and India
Dr Rino Adhikary
Cosmic pathfinder: Exploring the potential of astronomy as a gateway to STEM
Dr Saeed Salimpour