Computer Science and Engineering


Research within the School of Computer Science and Engineering is conducted largely within groups, although collaboration between groups is common. Research groups typically have a number of on-going research projects in specific areas related to the overall research area of the groups interest.

Research Groups include:

• Artificial Intelligence
• Database
• Embedded and Operating Systems
• Networks
• National ICT Australia (NICTA)
• Programming Languages
• Service Oriented Computing
• Software Engineering
• Theory

The various research themes in the school and some of their activities include:

• Machine Learning & Knowledge Acquisition
• Knowledge Representation & Reasoning
• Database Systems
• Services
• Network Research Laboratory
• Operating Systems
• Compilers and Distributed Computing
• Computer Vision & Image Processing
• Formal Methods in Software Engineering
• Empirical Methods in Software Engineering
• Human Computer Interaction
• Reconfigurable Architectures & Algorithms
• Embedded Systems
• Adaptive eLearning and Intelligent Tutoring Systems
• Security Theory and Engineering
• Cryptography

Students are encouraged to peruse online Academic staff profiles, group research interests, and current project. Some research activities are funded by the Australian Research Council (ARC).

See the School of Computer Science and Engineering for further detail.

Computer Science and Engineering can be studied as 

Specialisation Stream Type Stream
Computer Science & Engineering Research COMPER1650

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