Feng Liu (Assistant Professor at The University of Melbourne)


Call for Participating

We welcome any self-motivated PhD, MPhil, Research Assistant and Visiting Researchers to join our TMLR group no matter where you want to study/work (Hongkong, Shanghai, or Melbourne). Our vision is to make AI technology reliable and safe when being deployed in our daily life. If you want to participate in this exciting journey, please come to contact us! For students who want to study/work in HK, please contact Dr. Bo Han; for students who want to study/work in Shanghai, please contact Dr. Jiangchao Yao.


For External Students (not in UoM)

For applying PhD in UoM:

  • A master/undergraduate degree with a Computer Science/Statistics related background, and GPA > 85/100.

  • Outstanding English skills, e.g., IELTS 6.5 overall (no band less than 6.0), TOEFL IBT 79 + (Reading 13, Listening 12, Speaking 18 & Writing 21).

  • A good publication track record, demonstrated by publications. Students who have published at least one paper in CORE A*/A or CCF A/B veneues will be strong candidates.


For applying MPhil in UoM:

  • A master/undergraduate degree with a Computer Science/Statistics related background, and GPA > 85/100.

  • Outstanding English skills, e.g., IELTS 6.5 overall (no band less than 6.0), TOEFL IBT 79 + (Reading 13, Listening 12, Speaking 18 & Writing 21).


For UoM Students

For MPhil/Master Students in UoM:

  • A degree (ongoing) with a Computer Science/Statistics related background, and GPA > 82/100 (for completed courses).

  • Completing at least one project with me (see the research focus of our group in this page), and I can know if your skill set suits our group.

For Undergraduate Students in UoM:

  • A degree (ongoing) with a Computer Science/Statistics related background, and GPA > 82/100 (for completed courses).

  • Completing at least one project with me (see the research focus of our group in this page), and I can know if your skill set suits PhD program. If not, you can choose to enter our group as an MPhil student and start the research early.