Responding to new information technologies and data collection methods that are disrupting society by engaging our experts across multiple disciplines.
We inform researchers and the wider community about how to exploit disruptions caused by the steep increase in data, communications and sensors; deep advances in automation; new energy production; and, the challenges of cyber security.
Our work covers four key areas: data and sensors focuses on the capture, communication, collation, and analysis of data; automation and intelligence concentrates on the understanding and exploitation of data; energy production and systems examines energy systems, user behaviour and integrated predictive control of networks; and, cyber security examines how we can better protect the profusion of computational systems in our society.
New research centre to investigate safer automated decision-making
A major new research centre will investigate how rapidly emerging autonomous decision-making technologies can be used safely and ethically for all Australians.
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Data Science and Data Analytics are fundamental building blocks of today’s digital economy. The Centre for Information Discovery and Data Analytics (CIDDA) specialises in developing new approaches to find relevant information in massive data collections.
Centre for Information Discovery and Data Analytics
The Spatial Capability Cluster at RMIT (SCCAR) is helping to establish sustainable and interdisciplinary community of practice in “spatial”, bringing together senior academics early-career researchers, and HDR students from across the whole university.
This is a new initiative to support researchers at RMIT University to design, conduct and produce results in the area of Bioinformatics.
RMIT has a long and rich history of cutting-edge, industrial relevant research in the energy sector. Energy@RMIT has brought together all the researcher capabilities to form a team with expertise that spans the complete research space required to understand, lead and support the energy transition.