Focusing on the key interdisciplinary research questions and challenges

True innovation arises at the intersection of academic disciplines when these are simultaneously involved in complex problems.

The Faculty of Science and Engineering connects research strengths, technologies and experts from a unique, broad mix of disciplines. This places us in a strong position to develop innovative solutions and approaches to tackle many of today's complex social, economic and environmental challenges.

At the heart of our thriving research community is a network of research groups and centres, enabling our experts to work collaboratively, within and across multiple disciplines, to explore novel concepts and take their research into new, groundbreaking directions.

By facilitating access to our expertise, facilities and networks, we offer the means to transform ideas into creative solutions, improved performance, new technologies, strategies, applications, products or skills.

Our Faculty boasts interdisciplinary research in areas developed to align our strengths and capabilities. These include:

autonomous systems

Autonomy, Simulation and Networks

biomedical research

Biomedical Science and Engineering

coasts and oceans

Coasts and Oceans

energy research

Energy

materials science

Materials Science and Engineering

risk and uncertainty

Risk and Uncertainty