The ANU College of Engineering, Computing and Cybernetics programs, courses, and research opportunities are offered under our world-class Schools and innovation Institutes. We also have several on-campus centres, strategic collaborations, and partnerships.
We find and solve problems of global importance, and help design, build, regulate and secure the future.
We offer transformative educational experiences and conduct high-impact research. Our people explore, learn, teach, work, invent, and discover for the betterment of humanity.
We are a vibrant and diverse community of more than three thousand students, staff, and visitors. We are inclusive, open and respectful, reflecting the diversity of our nation.
Our alumni can be found in all corners of the world, and in all walks of life; their accomplishments and impact are an important measure of our work here.
We can claim with justifiable pride our traditions of excellence in research, creativity in quality education, being at the intellectual forefront of whatever we do, and taking a progressive and forward-leaning view of our disciplines.
The Battery Storage and Grid Integration Program is pioneering pathways for the integration and optimisation of energy storage in electricity grids and markets globally. With a strong focus on interdisciplinary research, development and demonstration (RD&D), the program is delivering nationally significant infrastructure projects.
A centre of excellence for ground-breaking research, capacity building and nurturing the talent Australia needs to secure our national interests. Australian Signals Directorate (ASD) and The Australian National University (ANU) have entered into a 15-year partnership centred in the ASD-ANU Co-Lab, a new unclassified research facility on the ANU campus.
CSIRO’s Data61 is Australia’s data innovation network, that transforms existing industries and creates new ones through the application of science and technology. As an applied Research & Development partner of ANU, Data61 has capabilities in cybersecurity, confidential computing, IoT, robotics, machine learning and analytics, software and programming to behavioural sciences and more.
The National Computational Infrastructure (NCI) Facility is an initiative of the Australian Government, hosted at ANU. The national facility houses the nation’s most powerful supercomputer (Gadi), highest performance research cloud, and leading data services stack.
ANU plays a major role in guiding the future of the Web as host of the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) Australia Office. The W3C is an international consortium of over 400 member organisations that work together to define international standards and guidelines to shape the future of the Web. As host of the W3C Australia Office, our researchers have the opportunity to work with leading companies in the web space, including Google, Microsoft, Apple, and Facebook. ANU is helping W3C serve the needs of the community in technology, research, business, industry and government, while staying at the forefront of the latest developments and ideas in Web technology.