Research priority areas

We focus our research within five main areas to transform lives and enhance communities.

Information forensics and security

Our research falls into two focus areas: Cyber security, and multimedia signal processing and machine learning.

Transformative and preventative health

Research is conducted in three focus areas: Injury prevention in active populations, discovery to recovery and sport and recreation spatial.

Dynamic landscapes

Delivers environmental knowledge and management tools for landscapes in transition, including the rehabilitation of damaged lands and waterscapes.

History and heritage

Explores Australian history and heritage, and undertakes research in the allied areas of historical justice and community regional engagement.

RAVE: Researching Adult and Vocational Education

Uses multi-disciplinary expertise to examine and improve policy and practice in the vocational education and training (VET) sector.