RMIT researchers are creating innovative solutions by using breakthrough technologies and developing both theoretical and technical know-how, as well as practical skills, to answer complex challenges.
Who is making an impact?
The Platform Technologies Research Institute draws together researchers from many disciplinary backgrounds, to provide industry with the expertise to develop smart technology solutions.
The Design Research Institute investigates issues such as, interactive spatial information systems and performance-enhancing sports garments.
The Centre for Advanced Electronics and Sensors carries out multidisciplinary research and development in sensors, electronics, microfluidics, lab-on-a-chip, solar cells, thermopower waves and developing novel functional materials.
The Centre for Advanced Materials and Industrial Chemistry focusses on research in the field of environmental damage mitigation technology and advanced materials, with specialisation in the areas of industrial chemistry, metal nanoparticles, and nanoscience and technology.
The Centre for Advanced Materials and Performance Textiles undertakes research into advanced textile materials for high performance applications.
The Communication Technologies Research Centre provides applied and theoretical research into problems associated with radio frequency systems from the physical layer to the network layer.
The Centre for Innovative Structures and Materials develops structural optimisation techniques to design innovative buildings and bridges, and to create new microstructures of materials and composites.
The Micro/Nanomedical Research Centre aims to solve the technological problems underlying the availability, accessibility, and affordability of point-of-care diagnostics, drug delivery, and advanced medical equipment.
The MicroNano Research Facility brings together diverse and high quality multidisciplinary micro and nano technology research into a single hub.
The Centre for Molecular and Nanoscale Physics conducts fundamental and applied research in theoretical, computational and experimental aspects of physics at the nanoscale.
The Rheology and Materials Characterisation Laboratory supports processing research specialising in polymer processing, rheology, slurries and multi-phase mixtures.
The Sir Lawrence Wackett Aerospace Centre focuses its research on aerospace structures and materials, through-life management technologies, dynamic aerospace systems, aerospace design and manufacturing processes.
The Satellite Positioning for Atmosphere, Climate and Environment (SPACE) Research Centre perform cutting-edge research into platform technologies for space, atmosphere and climate applications.
The Functional Materials and Microsystems Research Group specialises in thin film synthesis, microfabrication, and materials characterisation developing platforms incorporating electronic materials for research in fundamental physics, applied sciences, and microsystems.
The Australia-India Research Centre for Automation Software Engineering is a Victorian and Indian bilateral research centre for real-world applications in the field of global software engineering for automation and heavy engineering.
The ARC Centre of Excellence for Ultrahigh Bandwidth Devices and Optical Systems aims to transform photonic integrated circuits into a practical, powerful technology employing optical signal processing to enable critical applications spanning communications, sensing and security.
The Cooperative Research Centre for Advanced Automotive Technology investigates vehicle electrification, gaseous fuels and sustainable automotive manufacturing.
The Cooperative Research Centre for Advanced Composite Structures enables innovative design, low-cost manufacture and support of application-critical composites structures.
The Cooperative Research Centre for Advanced Manufacturing conducts research in advanced materials, next generation processes, knowledge based manufacturing, renewable energy technologies, Small and Medium Enterprise engagement, education and innovation management.
The Smart Services Cooperative Research Centre research projects address challenges across the areas of customer service needs, ecosystems for service delivery and services of the future.