ARC Centre of Excellence in Ore Deposits (CODES) is recognised as a world leader in ore deposit research. The Centre offers postgraduate study opportunities as well as specialised short courses for industry professionals involved in the minerals exploration and resource sector.
ARC Centre of Excellence in Ore Deposits
Private Bag 79, Hobart
Tasmania Australia 7001
Phone: +61 3 6226 2472
Fax: +61 3 6226 7662
ACROSS is comprised of Separation Science research groups from the University of Tasmania, Monash University and the University of Western Sydney. Established to enhance fundamental (discovery-based) and applied (linkage-based) research in a coordinated structure under the direction of a nominated leadership team.
The Centre for Environment provides real-world solutions for environmental problems using interdisciplinary research in partnership end-users.
The Centre for Renewable Energy and Power Systems (CREPS) supports advanced research in the area of renewable energy and power systems in Australia and promote strategic cooperation between the University of Tasmania and power industry.
The CRC for Forestry is a collaborative venture between forestry companies, governments, universities and the CSIRO. Research concentrates upon plantation species: managing and monitoring for growth and health, high-value wood resources, harvesting and operations, and trees in the landscape.
The Centre is a National Strategy of collaboration between universities, their regional communities and local primary industries, to attract students into tertiary science and to increase the number of skilled professionals in agribusiness and research institutions. The Primary Industries targeted by PICSE are those which focus on the sciences of agriculture, aquaculture, ecology, horticulture, fisheries, water security, sustainability, climate change and the environment.
School of Ag Science
University of Tasmania
Private Bag 54
(03) 6226 2618
The Centre's research engagements are consolidated into two interrelated research streams.
Timber Research is focused on timber processing and product innovation; and Building Research is focused on timber applications in sustainable built environments.
The Centre also has educational output within the School of Architecture & Design at the Inveresk campus.
phone: (03) 6324 4470
fax: (03) 63244 4408
TIA is a joint venture between the University of Tasmania and the Tasmanian Government. TIA has four research centres: School of Agricultural Science (UTas, Hobart), New Town Research Laboratories, Mt Pleasant Laboratories and the Cuthbertson Agricultural Research Laboratories in Burnie.
Authorised by the Dean, Faculty of Science, Engineering & Technology
3 May, 2012