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Australian Centre for Sustainable Catchments (ACSC)
is unique in Australia in that it seamlessly combines world leading research and development in climate and meteorological science with engineering, rural/agricultural research, remote sensing and surveying, hydrological modelling, and economic modelling, all at a catchment scale.
Computational Engineering and Science Research Centre (CESRC)
is a multi-disciplinary group which has an international reputation for excellence in the development of novel computational methodologies for the solution of key problems in engineering mechanics.
Centre of Excellence in Engineered Fibre Composites (CEEFC)
is one of the leading research centres in Australia. It has an international reputation for pioneering research and development for the applications of fibre composites in civil and aerospace industries.
Centre for Systems Biology (CSBi)
was established in 2005 and specialises in multidisciplinary biological and biomedical research by bringing together specialists from all different fields including biology, mathematics, computer programming and engineering who have an interest in Systems Biology.
National Centre for Engineering in Agriculture (NCEA)
undertakes engineering research in agriculture and related environmental areas relevant to improving the profitability and socio-economic well being of our rural industries and their natural resource base, as well as the manufacturing and service sectors which support them.
Engineering Education Research Group (EERG)
continues to enhance learning and teaching professional development within the faculty along with research and scholarly activities in a number of areas.
The Sustainable Energy Innovation Group (SEIG) aims to develop innovative solutions that enhance the sustainability of energy conversion practice in our regional and global communities.
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