How can data-driven knowledge improve our lives? We design, engineer and evaluate new technologies and conduct fundamental research to provide an explanation for both their technical application and social impact.
The Centre for Distributed and High-Performance Computing is a leader in collaborative, multidisciplinary research that advances information technology and other application domains.
We create new technologies for personalised, pervasive interaction. We also build the theoretical foundations, technical infrastructure and new interfaces to support new forms of interaction to improve our lives.
Our research involves developing new electronic circuits, computer architectures and signal-processing algorithms to address societal problems ranging from mental health to defence.
We design, engineer and evaluate new technologies, and conduct fundamental research that reflects the deeply human-centred and collaborative nature of engineering.
We’re developing novel theories and algorithms for humans and machines to capture, process, analyse and understand single and multiple images and video.
In partnership with a world-leading robotics company, the UBTECH Sydney Artificial Intelligence Centre brings together a multidisciplinary team of dedicated researchers to explore new horizons in artificial intelligence (AI).
A team of technologists - including the University of Sydney's Professor Rafael Calvo and Dorian Peters - have joined forces with doctors, lawyers, economists and philosophers to make technology ethical.
More than 80% of strokes are preventable. University of Sydney biomedical engineering students have proposed a rapid stroke prediction system using computer vision and AI, and accessible to any hospital with a CT imaging machine.
University of Sydney Professor of Computer Science Dacheng Tao has been named a Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS), one of the highest honours in the field.