With an outstanding track record that produces real commercial outcomes, we are committed to investing in business excellence and delivering the highest quality results for our local and global community.
At the Faculty of Engineering, Computer and Mathematical Sciences, we work with industry and government to cultivate new ideas and innovations.
The University’s partnership areas include:
- research collaboration
- technology licensing
- access to research funding
- access to an academic consultant
- supporting your organisation through training
- state-of-the-art research facilities.
Work with our students
We help industry to connect with our students through mentoring, placements, research projects and graduate recruitment opportunities. We are always looking to collaborate with different organisations. Working with our students can assist with talent identification for graduate employment opportunities.
Collaborate with our researchers
Collaborative research projects offer significant scope for the development of new knowledge and practices, new patents, solutions to technical problems and in some cases, the development of new products - all of which can translate into significant economic and social advantages.
Through our business development collaborations, we have assisted public and private organisations by providing expert consultants and access to a wide range of state-of-the-art equipment and facilities that may not otherwise be available.
We have expertise across six research themes:
- Advanced Materials and Manufacturing
- Energy, Resources and Environment
- Food, Water and Agriculture
- Medical, Health and Bioprocessing Technologies
- Space and Defence
- Smart Technologies and Mathematics
Research collaboration case study: Silanna picoFAB
Representatives from the schools of Electrical and Electronic Engineering, Chemical Engineering and Physics, together with the Institute for Photonics and Advanced Sensing (IPAS), are working in collaboration to support Silanna’s advanced compound semiconductor research and investigating opportunities for complementary projects.
The picoFAB has been collaboratively designed by Silanna and the University of Adelaide to support Silanna’s advanced compound semiconductor research program.
At the heart is a remarkable piece of technology: a molecular beam epitaxy (MBE) semiconductor manufacturing tool. Custom-built by Veeco Instruments, this cutting-edge tool consists of three ultra-high-vacuum deposition chambers, each designed to grow crystalline materials at the quantum scale.
To enquire about research collaboration opportunities with the Faculty of Engineering, Computer and Mathematical Sciences, please contact us.
|Staff contact||Position||Research theme|
|Dr Steve Kern||Strategic Partnerships Manager||Food, Water and Agriculture; Medical, Health and Bioprocessing Technologies; Smart Technologies and Mathematics.|
|Mr Miles Davies||Strategic Partnerships Manager||Advanced Materials and Manufacturing; Space and Defence; Energy, Resources and Environment.|