Professor David Lovell
Head of School - Electrical Engineering and Computer ScienceProfessor David Lovell, Head of School for Electrical Engineering and Computer Science (EECS), provides leadership, support, energy and enthusiasm.
Among many interests, he is passionate about bioinformatics and quantitative bioscience.
Professor Margot Brereton
Discipline Leader - Computer Human InteractionProfessor Margot Brereton researches the participatory interaction design of ubiquitous computing technologies and their interfaces.
She develops innovative designs, methods, and theoretical understandings by designing to support real user communities in selected challenging contexts.
Associate Professor Richi Nayak
Discipline Leader - Data ScienceAssociate Professor Richi Nayak is an internationally recognised expert in data mining, text mining and web intelligence.
She has published high-quality conference and journal articles and is highly cited in her research field. She has also received a number of awards and nominations for teaching, research and service activities.
Professor Colin Fidge
Discipline Leader - Information SecurityProfessor Colin Fidge leads our Information Security discipline. His research interests include modelling and analysis of complex, computer-based systems.
He is a research theme leader in the national Cyber Security Cooperative Research Centre and a member of the federal government's Joint Cyber Security Centre management committee.
Associate Professor Geoff Walker
Discipline Leader - Power EngineeringAssociate Professor Geoff Walker joined the Queensland University of Technology (QUT) Electrical Power Engineering group as an Associate Professor in 2013.
His current research interests lie in applying power electronics to applications in renewable energy (especially PV), power systems, and electric vehicles.
Professor Jonathan Roberts
Discipline Leader - Robotics and Autonomous SystemsJonathan is a Professor in Robotics, a Chief Investigator at the Australian Centre for Robotic Vision and is currently the Robotics and Autonomous Systems Discipline Leader.
His main research interests are in the areas of Field Robotics, Medical Robotics, Performance Robotics and more recently Design Robotics.
Professor Clinton Fookes
Discipline Leader - Vision & Signal ProcessingClinton Fookes actively researches in the fields of computer vision and pattern recognition including video surveillance and airport security and operations.
Clinton has attracted over $15M of cash funding for fundamental and applied research from external competitive sources and has published over 140 internationally peer-reviewed articles.
- Professor of Robotic Vision
- Division / Faculty
- Robotics and Autonomous Systems,
School of Electrical Engineering, Computer Science
- Research fields
- Artificial Intelligence and Image Processing
- Electrical and Electronic Engineering