The Control and Signal Processing (CSP) Lab in the Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering, at the University of Melbourne invites expressions of interest for a visiting position under the CSPLab Visiting Early Career Scholars program. This scholarship is intended to provide opportunities for emerging engineers with interest in the areas of optimisation, signal processing, and control to spend three to four weeks at the CSP Lab. Final year PhD candidates and recent graduates with fewer than three years of post-doctoral experience are eligible for this scholarship. The scholarship will cover airfares and accommodation for the duration of the visit. They will be provided with a desk and computer resources at the CSP Lab where they will have research interactions with CSP Lab faculty members, research fellows, and PhD students. It is expected that the visiting scholars will deliver a seminar during their visit.

There are no deadlines for the expressions of the interest and up to two CSPLab Visiting Early Career Scholars will be supported every year.

The expressions of interest should be emailed to Dr. Iman Shames ( or Prof. Michael Cantoni ( with the subject “CSPLab Visiting Early Career Scholars Program” and must include a CV and a brief proposal outlining the research that is planned to be carried out in the duration of the visit.