The Division of Information, Technology, Engineering and the Environment (ITEE) is both a traditional university division and a genuine hub for theoretical and applied disciplinary and cross-disciplinary research.
The Division has a diverse and multi-cultural environment with over 300 academic researchers and more than 320 PhD students, located at our Mawson Lakes and City East Campuses.
Our academic schools, flagship research institutes and related research concentrations are at the cutting edge of teaching, research and knowledge transfer in areas that are among the most significant to modern society.
From a disciplinary perspective our research is based, technically and socio-technically, in:
- Electrical and Electronic, Mechanical, Civil and Transport Engineering
- Mathematics and Statistics, Computer Science, Library Science, IS and IT
- Physical and Chemical Science
- Urban and Regional Planning and Construction Management and Economics
- Project Management and Logistics and Supply Chain Management
- Environmental Science, Materials Science and Bio and Nano Technology
However we apply ourselves to the major issues of our time through our Research Institutes and School-based groups including:
- Climate Change
- Energy and Resources
- Waste and Contamination
- Productivity and Manufacturing
- Defence and Security
- Economic Growth
- ICT Connectivity
The Acting Dean of Research, Professor Bart Follink and Assistant Dean: Research Education, Associate Professor Kutluyil Dogancay, is responsible for Division Research Leadership and especially in managing and mentoring research staff in their own development and in growing PhD student numbers, research income and in supporting the development of research quality. They are supported by the ITEE Research Coordinator and Administrative Officer: Research, School and Concentration Directors and Research Leaders and Research Education Portfolio leaders.
The highly experienced academic and research staff within the Division have practical and advanced academic qualifications. They are able to offer practical research and consultancy services based on their understanding of the needs of the industry with which they are associated.
The research centres and groups provide a professional skill base, together with comprehensive knowledge of world-wide practices and conduct their research in specialised facilities.
The range of research and consultancy offered to industry is from basic research and design through to finalisation and outcomes. Many postgraduate research graduates have been employed by the various centres for their research and teaching skills.
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If you are interested in doing a Higher Degree by Research with ITEE please see our HDR Potential Project Booklet.