Research in the Faculty
The research undertaken in the Faculty of Engineering and Information Technologies is multidisciplinary and centred around the key themes of field robotics, agricultural engineering, biomedical engineering and technologies, human-centred technology, complex systems, materials and structures, food processing, clean, intelligent energy networks, and water and the environment.
These research themes break down conventional disciplinary barriers and enable us to work collaboratively to develop truly holistic solutions to today’s big issues.
Our research themes
- Agricultural engineering
- Biomedical engineering and technologies
- Clean, intelligent energy networks
- Complex systems
- Field robotics
- Food processing
- Human-centred technology
- Materials and structures
- Water and the environment
There are many opportunities to get involved with research at Sydney. If you are interested in becoming a researcher, browse our faculty’s research opportunities on Research Supervisor Connect. We are always looking to build new links with research institutes, universities and industry. Find out more about the benefits of a collaborative partnership with us.
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