World class research
We recognise the challenges faced by societies undergoing rapid transformation and the nexus between leading edge research and solutions to the problems of tomorrow.
NEW KNOWLEDGE FOR A BETTER TOMORROW
At UTS we offer specialist research strengths in new and emerging technologies and are committed to a collaborative approach to education and research, bringing you face to face with our partners within and beyond UTS. By crossing traditional boundaries and focussing on the link between industry and community needs, our research is developed within the wider context of contemporary society. Our focus is on innovative applied and practical research.
Each day we all use countless products and services suffused with engineering and IT solutions. UTS:Engineering and IT’s researchers produce new knowledge in diverse fields that touch everyday lives, from fashion to cattle farming; sustainable desalination to patient transportation.
Learn more about some of our recent research achievements.
WORLD CLASS RESEARCH CENTRES DRIVING INNOVATION
UTS:Engineering and IT is home to twelve key research centres, each one conducting research of national and international importance. In line with our commitment to excellence, the centres host interdisciplinary research and draw expertise from across the university, as well as external research partners.
Advanced Analytics Institute
Centre for Built Infrastructure Research
Centre for Energy Policy
Centre of Autonomous Systems
Centre for Global Big Data Technologies
Centre for Green Energy and Vehicle Innovation
Centre for Health Technologies
Centre for Human Centred Technology Design
Centre for Innovation in IT Services and Applications - iNEXT
Centre for Quantum Computation & Intelligent Systems
Centre for Real-Time Information Networks
Centre for Technology in Water and Wastewater
ENGINEERING AND IT RESEARCH AREAS
Provides practising engineers with an opportunity to pursue, in depth, the solution to an engineering problem that requires individual effort beyond the scope of a bachelor's degree.
Graduates extend and deepen their knowledge in a specialised area of computing, advancing their career in computing and information technology. The degree offers flexibility in the choice of research topic so it may be closely aligned with students' professional careers.
There is a skills shortage in analytics and the demand for skilled professionals with work-ready skills in this area crosses a range of industries. UTS is at the forefront of analytics education in Australia with its focus on practice based, interdisciplinary analytics and decision-making research. UTS encourages students to focus on real world business problems in their own organisations and develop solutions as part of their research.
Doctor of Philosophy (Engineering, Software Engineering, Computer Systems, Analytics)
The PhD is a University-wide degree which involves an intense period of supervised study and research, culminating in the submission of a thesis. The degree is awarded to candidates who, through original investigation, make a distinct and significant contribution to knowledge in their field of specialisation. The faculty's policy is one of close interaction with industry and the professions, and of seeking to contribute directly to the advancement of Australian engineering and IT practice.
HOW TO BECOME A UTS RESEARCHER
As a UTS research student you’ll have access to our cutting edge facilities and your research will be supervised by a leading expert in your field. Research degrees are offered on a sponsored, scholarship, faculty part-sponsored or full-fee-paying basis. Contact us for further details.
- Check your eligibility
- Find a research area
- Develop your research proposal
- Find a potential supervisor
- Think about a scholarship
- Choose your course
- Read the application guidelines
- Complete the application form (domestic or international)
- Submit the application along with other documentation to the
- Graduate Research School