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Information and Communication Technology Research

We conduct research into topics across the breadth of the ICT spectrum. Our four strategic research themes are Smart Services and Systems; Games and Creative Technologies; Transformative Information Systems; and Human Interface Technologies.

Strategic investments and initiatives, such as the HIT Lab, help us enhance and improve our research scope and output. Our innovative platforms and research topics attract high performing researchers from around the world as well government and industry collaborations, which provide ongoing benefit both to our students and our researchers.

Our research themes

  Study with us

Every industry both within Australia and around the world needs ICT graduates, who can combine technical skills with business know-how. Our research degrees offer advanced technical skills and work integrated learning across information technology and systems, and design technology. They contain a large proportion of professional development, meaning graduates gain skills and knowledge ideal for taking an ICT career to the next level, or leveraging existing qualifications for a move into the ICT industry.

Available Research Degree Projects

A research degree candidate may develop their own research project in collaboration with their supervisor or apply for one of our currently available projects.

Applicants who are interested a specific project should first contact the supervisor listed and then find out more about our Entry Requirements, Scholarships and Fees if relevant, and then Apply Now.

  Partner with us

Information and Communication Technology seeks to broaden our impact by partnering with small-medium-large industry and government agencies. There are many ways to engage with us. We excel in industry collaborative research focussed on transformation of digital technologies in the business practices. We are eager to engage with local, regional, national, international collaborators to help facilitate with the digital revolution.

You will have access to our expertise across our ICT domains of research – artificial intelligence, machine learning, internet of things, game design and development, e-logistics and advanced human computer interface technologies – and especially our expertise in adapting ICT innovative solutions to solve complex problems.