Our school brings together scholars and practitioners from a range of disciplines—engineering and science, business, information systems, health, social sciences and the humanities—to study the issues critical to success in the new digital economy.
Their past and current involvement in the industry means that they bring fresh, relevant ideas to the classroom. While some are involved in groundbreaking research, others are frequently asked to speak at professional and academic conferences. It's more than just their accomplishments and research that make them valuable to the program - they're also experienced instructors and expert communicators.
Researchers work as part of team to provide unique perspective and practical insights. The School is engaged in dozens of research projects which examine technology, applications, policy and social issues. These research programs will involve disseminating research outcomes in the areas of: ICT-enabled innovation and sustainability; Digital media and social technology; Health Informatics; Data analytics; ICT governance, policy and regulation; ICT and Education, Ethics, Privacy and Security and/or any discipline-specific domains. We encourage publication in mainstream journals as well as discipline-specific, relevant peer-reviewed publications.