Past Publications

Research and Research Training Report 2012-2013
Publication Date: June, 2014

Research active academics carry their passion for their field of expertise to the classroom and this gives UNSW Canberra the capacity to provide the best possible education to future leaders of Defence. Our international research profile continues to strengthen as we firmly establish critical mass around well-defined research priorities in each of our four Schools: Business; Engineering and Information Technology; Humanities and Social Sciences; and Physical, Environmental and Mathematical Sciences.

Research and Research Training Report 2011
Publication Date: May, 2012

Outstanding research gives UNSW Canberra the capacity to provide the best possible education to future leaders of Defence.  Our international research profile continues to rise as we firmly establish a knowledge centre for a range of disciplines.  Research is conducted across four academic Schools: Business; Engineering and Information Technology; Humanities and Social Sciences; and Physical, Environmental and Mathematical Sciences.

Research and Research Training Report 2010
Publication Date: April, 2011

The Research and Research Management Plan describes the strategies to further improve the research culture and profile at UNSW Canberra by building a vibrant research community and developing strategic research links with the UNSW main campus, Defence and other research organisations.  This report encapsulates the research initiatives to provide a supportive research environment for both staff and research students to pursue quality research.

Research & Research Training Report 2009
Publication Date: March, 2010

As active research is the engine of knowledge creation, UNSW@ADFA is acutely aware that a significant international research profile is essential to delivering the best possible education to Defence.  On 1 July, 2009, the School of Aerospace, Civil and Mechanical Engineering was merged with the School of Information Technology and Electrical Engineering to form the new School of Engineering and Information Technology.  Research is now conducted across the four academic Schools: Business; Engineering and Information Technology; Humanities and Social Sciences; and Physical, Environmental and Mathematical Sciences.

Research & Research Training Report 2008
Publication Date: May, 2009

As active research is the engine of knowledge creation, UNSW@ADFA is acutely aware that a significant international research profile is essential to delivering the best possible education to Defence.  Research is conducted across the five academic Schools: Aerospace, Civil and Mechanical Engineering; Business; Humanities and Social Sciences; Information Technology and Electrical Engineering; and Physical, Environmental and Mathematical Sciences.

Research & Research Training Report 2007
Publication Date: April, 2008

As active research is the engine of knowledge creation, UNSW@ADFA is acutely aware that a significant international research profile is essential to delivering the best possible education to Defence.  Research is conducted across the five academic Schools: Aerospace, Civil and Mechanical Engineering; Business; Humanities and Social Sciences; Information Technology and Electrical Engineering; and Physical, Environmental and Mathematical Sciences.  In 2004, Thomson ISI ranked UNSW@ADFA in the top 1% in engineering in the world, based on citations of publications for the period 1998-2002.

Research & Research Training Report 2006
Publication Date: April, 2006

In recognition of the important role of research students, the Research Office was renamed the Research and Research Training Office (RRTO) and now also takes an active role in providing support to research students. The Research Hub, comprising the RRTO and Research Students’ Precinct, a recreational area and a common room where postgraduates can meet and interact, was officially launched by the Rector on 10 October 2005.
The RRTO organises a number of postgraduate research skills workshops and functions to support research students.