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.
The RMIT School of Computer Science and Information technology is one of the largest ICT schools in Australia.About
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The School delivers programs that cover a wide range of interests and levels.Our teaching areas
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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Mobile technologies from RMIT win four prizes at Victorian iAwards
Four mobile applications created by staff and students from RMIT have won prizes at the 2015 Victorian iAwards.
RMIT wins $1.8million in ARC linkage funding
RMIT University has been awarded more than $1.8million in Australian Research Council (ARC) Linkage Project Grants.
App project receives half million downloads
A final-year project by two RMIT information technology students has developed into a successful app which has now passed the half million download mark.
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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.