Systems Engineering has an international reputation for its innovative research across the broad disciplines of Systems Neuroscience, Computer Science and Information Systems, Cybernetics, and Electronic Engineering. The impact of our research is wide ranging covering many cognate areas.
The School works closely with local, regional and global industries and third sector organisations in order to support and strengthen our research agenda.
Research is structured in four broad areas and specialist laboratories in the School, these are:
- Cybernetics Intelligence Research
- Systems Neuroscience Research
- Computer Science Research
- Information and Communications Technology Research
- Intelligent Systems Research Laboratory
- Infrared Multilayer Laboratory
- Brain Embodiment Laboratory
- Energy Research Laboratory
The quality of research at the School is highly regarded both nationally and internationally. Our desire to create knowledge that benefits society drives our active and diverse research agenda to make a real difference to the pressing challenges facing the world today. Find out more about how our research impacts on society:
- Cybernetic applications in Neuroscience
- Infrared Optical Filters for Atmospheric Remote-Sensing and Astronomy
- Intelligent Systems incorporating Automatic Classification and Carbon Footprinting for Corporate E-Procurement
Alternatively, take a look at our individual research groups listed above or academic members of staff.