About the ACRC

Welcome to the ACRC

"Research is going to look for a change instead of waiting for it to come."
Charles Kettering, Head of Research, General Motors for 27 years, 1876-1958.

Here at UniSA, much of our research is aimed at addressing social, environmental and economic challenges faced both locally and internationally. We understand the need to carry out research based on a strong collaborative ethos - bringing together those who recognise the need for innovation and those who can apply their research expertise to deliver solutions for real world applications.

Our Advanced Computing Research Centre (ACRC) is an integral part of UniSA’s prominent School of Information Technology & Mathematical Sciences. It combines academic excellence and research experience with a highly collaborative approach to provide new and cost effective computing solutions.

Contact us to explore the options available to you and your organisation and experience the ACRC advantage.

Prof Markus Stumptner
Director Advanced Computing Research Centre
University of South Australia

Latest News

Find out more about the ground breaking and exciting research activities linked to key industry both locally and internationally undertaken by the ACRC in association with the School of Information Technology & Mathematical Sciences.

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Research Pathways

UniSA’s focus and commitment to research in the areas of computer science, software engineering and information systems, has resulted in the formation of the Advanced Computing Research Centre (ACRC).

Having achieved national and international recognition in a number of publications and symposia, ACRC research is a core component of the University's research strategy and is a designated research area.

> Our Research

Linking research with industry

Hear about how we establish strong links with some of the worlds most prominent IT industries which has translated into many benefits for our graduates.

> Working with Industry

Contact us

Contact the ACRC to find out more about possible and current research projects.

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Areas of study and research

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