Our high-achieving graduates, advanced research and strong industry engagement put us at the forefront of building positive change in our future cities, landscapes and urban systems.
Our researchers collaborate on projects in specialised research groups and facilities across disciplines and institutions.
More than ever, our communities face significant intergenerational challenges such as population aging, climate change, and environmental degradation.
Our faculty is committed to addressing these challenges through our education and research. Future Directions (PDF file, 6.6 MB) outlines the key goals we will strive to achieve as a faculty over the next five years.
Our schools are changing the world through education and research.
School of Architecture and Built Environment
We address social, economic, technical, health and environmental challenges in diverse architectural, construction, development and planning projects in urban and regional contexts.
School of Civil and Environmental Engineering
We are working to build smarter cities, safeguard our resources and environments, and create a sustainable future.
School of Electrical Engineering and Robotics
We aim to improve how we understand and take care of the world we live in through sustainable energy solutions and intelligent technology.
School of Mechanical, Medical and Process Engineering
We are driven to develop new equipment, technology and methods that improve the quality of human health and the environment.
Forming a research partnership with us will provide many benefits to your organisation.
Our expertise in finding solutions to complex problems means that we deliver real-world results for our partners in industry and government.
You can partner with us and secure significant real-world advantages for your organisation.
News and events
Eight QUT researchers have been awarded $3,550,041 in ARC Discovery Early Career Researcher Awards. They are:
QUT has continued its investment in clean and green energy in Queensland by renewing its International Cooperation Agreement with the University of Tokyo (UTokyo) to develop joint venture projects and facilitate joint academic and scientific activities.
Research commercialisation and knowledge transfer in agriculture, manufacturing, space, and other key industries have earned QUT national recognition in three-of-six Knowledge Commercialisation Australasia (KCA) Australasian Research Commercialisation Awards announced last night.