Faculty Research Centres
Faculty of Arts and Design
The Centre for Creative and Cultural Research (CCCR)
The Centre for Creative and Cultural Research brings together staff, adjuncts, research students and visiting fellows who work on key challenges within the cultural sector and creative field. A central feature of our research concerns the effects of digitisation and globalisation on cultural producers, whether individuals, communities or organisations.
The News and Media Research Centre (N&MRC)
The News and Media Research Centre undertakes research which monitors the impact of digital media technologies on society. We assess the continuing influence of media content in shaping the way we communicate with each other and understand the world around us, particularly in relation to key issues such as health and the environment.
Faculty of Health
The Centre for Research and Action in Public Health (CeRAPH)
The Centre for Research and Action in Public Health (CeRAPH) undertakes a number of exciting and diverse research projects.
SYNERGY Nursing and Midwifery Research Centre
Synergy brings together academic and clinical researchers practitioners and educators in health, in particular in nursing and midwifery, in a collaborative and synergistic environment. In this partnership between the University of Canberra and ACT Health we will undertake research with direct relevance to clinical practice and provide practical solutions to real world problems.
Faculty of Science and Technology
National Centre for Forensic Studies (NCFS) develops and delivers enhanced education, training and research opportunities to benefit partner agencies and the wider forensic science community.
The Centre for Research in Therapeutic Solutions (CResTS) aims to identify and develop novel drugs by studying the molecular mechanisms of specific diseases.
The Institute for Applied Ecology (IAE) contributes to the understanding and improved management of species, communities and ecosystems in Australia and internationally, with particular reference to the effects of human activity.
The Human-Centred Technology Research Centre endeavours to perform world-class research that puts the human user at the centre of the technology development. Researchers at HCT undertake fundamental and applied research into the nature, creation and use of technology that enables people in all walks of life to take knowledgeable, well-informed and responsible actions. The HCT Research Centre focuses on technology research that assists humans in their life and learning, that supports them in their health and well-being, that enables them to perform and communicate better, that allows them to be more secure, and that empowers them to achieve their goals.
The Mathematics and Statistics Research Centre is divided into two groups
Symmetry, Geometry & Physics Group
(S. Murray, S. Sergeev, J. Romero, T. Huang, and P. Vassiliou).
Statistics/Applied Statistics Group
(J. Ascione, S. Liu, J. Thandrayen, Tai Pham, and J. Romero).