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Fellowship opportunities at UniSA

Institute for Telecommunications Research

Key research areas

Through a fellowship at UniSA you will become part of an institution with an impressive research reputation which includes rapid and continued growth in research income, experience and expertise.

UniSA has more than doubled its research income in the last five years. We are a key partner in eight Cooperative Research Centres and major national and state-based research initiatives including the Australian Mineral Science Research Institute and Water Quality Research Australia. The University is also engaged in over 500 international research collaborations across 45 countries.

Within six world-class research institutes and 17 research centres, UniSA has committed research groups undertaking leading research across a range of areas that include:


Health and medical research

Sansom Institute is commencing the next phase of its growth into a multidisciplinary research institute that will span the full spectrum of health research, from molecular science and physiology to clinical science, health services and systems, and population health

Marketing science

Ehrenberg-Bass Institute for Marketing Science provides leading marketing research in advertising, brand equity, pricing, buyer behaviour, sustainable marketing and wine marketing

Nanotechnology, biotechnology, particle and material interfaces

Ian Wark Research Institute conducts research across three sectors: bio and polymer interfaces, colloids and nanostructures, and mineral processing

Social and environmental sustainability 

Hawke Research Institute conducts world-class cross-disciplinary research in the humanities and social sciences that supports an ecologically diverse and sustainable world of tolerant and inclusive democratic societies

Space, satellites and telecommunications

Institute for Telecommunications Research specialises in research and technology development for wireless communications, including both fixed and mobile, satellite and terrestrial based applications

Sustainable systems and technologies

Institute for Sustainable Systems and Technologies has research strengths in energy, transport and land use, water management, agriculture and environmental modelling, and a vision to be a leader in harnessing systems and technologies to balance the demands of human development with the needs of the natural environment

Research centres

Other key research areas

Divisional research

 

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