The Discipline's research capability spans a range of areas, including Computer Science Research, Information Research, Information Systems Research, Multi-disciplinary Research, and Research into Teaching and Learning.
The research activity also spans a range of types, including Applied Research, Strategic Basic Research, and Pure Basic Research. The strengths of the Discipline's research activity include:
Many researchers conduct their research with internal and external research organisations. Key funded research collaborations by UTAS researchers include with colleagues in:
UTAS has recently moved to strategically enhance and improve research activity in this division with investments to attract new high performing researchers and to invest in equipment and facilities through initiatives like the HITLAB Australia, SenseT project and Environmental Studies. The skills and technologies in the ICT Discipline is identified as one of core infrastructure components.
Potential candidates who are looking to apply for a PhD should contact the SET Hub at Research.Set@utas.edu.au.
The following project is not directly aligned to other research groups within the School:
Authorised by the Head of School, Engineering & ICT
2 April, 2015