School of Computer Science and Information Technology
The School of Computer Science and Information Technology is one of Australia's largest and most industry-focused program providers in the field of ICT.
The School is a research leader in key areas, including: big data and data analytics, service and cloud computing, web search and information retrieval, intelligent systems, optimisation and machine learning, smart technology and sensor networks, games and multimedia.
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The School delivers programs that cover a wide range of interests and levels.Our teaching areas
The RMIT School of Computer Science and Information technology is one of the largest ICT schools in Australia.About
Building on a global reputation and attracting top talent in pursuit of world-class research, the School of Computer Science and IT has recognised strengths in both applied and theoretical research.Research
We are committed to applying our world-class research strengths to real practical challenges from a range of industries.Industry connections
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Australia-India Research Centre for Automation Software Engineering
The Australia-India Research Centre for Automation Software Engineering (AICAUSE) is a joint initiative of RMIT University, the State Government of Victoria and the ABB Group (India and Australia).
ABB is a foundation member of AICAUSE which also provides access to other industry partners. Through AICAUSE RMIT is a partner university in ABB's global research network.