AEGIS Research Network
The AEGIS Research Network focuses on cultural responses to global climate change, the social construction of place, and relations between human and non-human animals through interdisciplinary research.
Advanced Optical Materials Network (AOM)
The Advanced Optical Materials (AOM) Network focuses on advancing opto-electronic materials research and connecting researchers with industry partners and investors to address global challenges.
Australian Maritime Logistics Research Network
Maritime logistics is critical to Australia’s economy. There is a need for a consolidated approach to create opportunities for maritime logistics research through improved networks, shared resources and a synchronised effort to optimise outcomes in Australia.
This is an initiative to support researchers at RMIT University to design, conduct and produce results in the area of Bioinformatics. The Bioinformatics Network runs regular user group meetings with presentations from internal and external presenters. It also acts as a hub for skills sharing and collaboration.
Circular Economy Hub@RMIT
The Circular Economy Hub (CEH) at RMIT is a cross-disciplinary, industry-engaged network of researchers and experts across the University working on cutting edge and innovative CE research across Australia and internationally. Their work supports RMIT as an industry leader in circular economy research at national and global forums.
Climate Change Research Network (CCR-NET)
The Climate Change Research Network (CCR-NET) supports critically engaged researchers in working collectively to address the global challenges of climate change, and the opportunities for regenerative practices.
Computational Research Network (CRN)
RMIT’s Computational Research Network (CRN) is a community of RMIT computational researchers and their research partners.
Cultural Value and Impact Network (CVIN)
The Cultural Value and Impact Network (CVIN) aims to build strong partnerships between industry and academia. It connects researchers with expertise in cultural value to build interdisciplinary teams.
Designing Entangled Social Innovation in Asia-Pacific Network (DESIAP)
Designing Entangled Social Innovation in Asia-Pacific (DESIAP) is a network of researchers and change-makers who share design, creative and social innovation practices to support collective capacity building and social impact.
The Digitalisation Network fosters innovation in Industry 4.0 and 5.0, supporting Australian organisations in adopting digital tools for productivity and workforce well-being.
Eat, Move, Heal Network (EMHN)
Post-COVID condition or Long-COVID is an emerging global health challenge. Eat, Move, Heal network was formed to create and deploy people-centred solutions.
Electrochemistry Network (ECN)
The Electrochemistry Network (ECN) is an emerging research network that aims to integrate the electrochemistry community, including research students, researchers and industry experts for multidisciplinary research to collective solutions to global challenges.
Family and Carer Research and Advocacy Network (FaCRAN)
The Family and Carer Research and Advocacy Network (FaCRAN) comprises family members, carers, academics and supporters who surface and centre the experiences of families and carers through collaborative research and advocacy.
Frugal Innovation Network
The project Building and promoting the Australasian Frugal Innovation Network (AFIN) is led by Dr. Gerrit de Waal and Prof. Adela McMurray from the School of Management. It was funded by the Global Business Innovation ECP within the 2019 ECP Capability Development fund (CDF).
Gamified Research Translation (GREAT)
Where business research meets gamification to create impact
Humanities, Arts, and Social Sciences for Health Network (HASH)
Humanities, Arts, and Social Sciences for Health (HASH) is a transdisciplinary research network seeking insight into individuals’ experiences of health and wellbeing – as embodied, and as part of broader social systems.
Mapping Future Imaginaries Network (MFI)
The Mapping Future Imaginaries (MFI) Network connects RMIT scholars, creatives and industry who are doing future-focused work to address key social, economic, environmental and political concerns.
Mental Health Innovation Network (MHIN)
The Mental Health Innovation Network (MHIN) brings together researchers across all RMIT Colleges to address the mental health challenges of our post COVID-19 pandemic era.
Migration, Mobility and Security Research Network (MMSRN)
The Migration, Mobility and Security Research Network (MMSRN) links researchers working on the implications of increasing global mobility and related issues of security and (in)formal migration.
Pathways to Healthy Ageing (PHA) Network
The Pathways to Healthy Ageing network is an interdisciplinary network of collaborators that develops, codesigns, and evaluates projects that prioritise the health and wellbeing of senior Australians.
SDG@RMIT Transformation Platform
What would it take for RMIT to be a world-leading university in SDG innovation? A report into ways of deepening and leveraging RMIT’s engagement with UN Sustainable Development Goals agenda, notably a possible SDG Innovation Platform.
Skills Training and Industry Research Network (STIRN)
The Skills, Training and Industry Research Network (STIRN) is a multidisciplinary group of researchers, dedicated to better understanding the current and future direction of work, employment and changing industry skills demand.
Spatial Capability Cluster (SASCCAR)
Spatial Capability Cluster (SASCCAR) is dedicated to advancing the use of geospatial technologies to address environmental, urban, transport and business challenges.
Streaming Industries and Genres Network (SIGN)
The Streaming Industries and Genres Network (SIGN) brings together scholars and key industry experts to contribute evidence-based strategy, policy recommendations and public understanding around how streaming entertainment – including streaming video (both subscription and user-generated), gaming, and social media platforms – constructs and frames genre.
Sustainable Development Goals Research Network (SDGs@RMIT)
The Sustainable Development Goals Research Network (SDGs@RMIT) brings together academics to better support SDG research across RMIT.
Technology and Entrepreneurship Network (TEN)
RMIT-TEN provides a forum for individuals with a shared interest in technology, innovations (including social) and translating it into products and services useful to people.
Multidisciplinary, data-driven, policy and industry engaged transport research.
Urban Play Network (UPN)
The Urban Play Network (UPN) connects people and place with design and cities, making them vibrant and liveable, reflecting their creative, linguistic, cultural, social and urban diversity.
In Australia and around the world most of us live in urban areas; by 2050 70% of the world’s population is predicted to live in cities and townships. More than ever we need to plan and manage green cities that foster our health and wellbeing and contribute to social, cultural and environmental resilience.
Wearables and Sensing Network (W+SN)
The Wearables and Sensing Network (W+SN) brings together over 100 researchers to develop cross-disciplinary research that focuses on health, the ageing population, sustainability, and new technological innovation.