National Institute for Systems Innovation (NISI)
Welcome to NISI
The National Institute for Systems Innovation (NISI) was established in 2012 and is a faculty-based research centre located within the Faculty of Business, Government and Law at the University of Canberra. The Institute's aim is to build a small, high quality research cluster that is internationally recognised for its innovative, cross-disciplinary systems-focused research.
Latest media coverage, awards, and panels - NISI people and projects.
- 16 March 2015: Jason Simpson joins NISI as Postdoctoral Research Fellow
- 15 December 2014: UC paper wins Best Research-In-Progress Award at the International Conference on Information Systems (Paper)
- 09 December 2014: Indigenous researcher Professor Peter Radoll to chair panel on Indigenous Peoples and Information Systems at the Australasian Conference on Information Systems in Auckland
- 09 July 2014: UC researchers editors for landmark special issue on Indigenous use of Information and Communication Technologies for the Australasian Journal of Information Systems (Call for Papers)
- 20 November 2014: UC researcher Professor John Campbell appointed to the ARC College of Experts 2015-2017 (Australian Research Council)
- 18 July 2013: UC paper named "most exciting" in the Data and Information Quality track at 2013 AMCIS Conference (AIS InSider)
- 27 June 2013: Job seekers to benefit from UC's new grant (UC Monitor)
- 30 April 2013: UC researcher named on government panel (UC Monitor)
- 27 February 2013: Facing up to depression over the phone (Canberra Times)
- 7 November 2012: UC funded to study poets, depression and ageing (UC Monitor)
- 2 July 2012: UC embarks on $1.2m research project to enhance learning in cultural institutions (UC Monitor)