List of research centres and institutes of the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology

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This is a list of research centres and institutes that exist at the Australian university the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology (RMIT) - otherwise referred to as RMIT University in Australia and RMIT International University in Vietnam.

Major institutes (Portfolio of Research and Innovation)[edit]

Centres and laboratories (College and School-based)[edit]

  • Australian Housing and Urban Research Institute (AHURI) at RMIT[5]
  • Australian Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) Study Centre[6]
    • Melbourne APEC Finance Centre[7]
  • Australian Centre for Human Rights Education (ACHRE)[8]
  • European Union (EU) Centre at RMIT[9]
  • International Centre for Environmental and Bioethics[10]
  • International Centre for Graphic Technology[11]
  • Nautilus at RMIT[12]
  • RMIT Applied and Nutritional Toxicology Key Centre[13]
  • RMIT Biosignals Laboratory[14]
  • RMIT Centre for Advanced Materials and Industrial Chemistry[15]
  • RMIT Centre for Animation and Interactive Media[16]
  • RMIT Centre for Applied Social Research[17]
  • RMIT Centre for Design[18]
    • Ethical Design Laboratory[19]
  • RMIT Centre for Innovative Justice[20]
  • RMIT Centre for Innovative Structures and Materials[21]
  • RMIT Centre for Risk and Community Safety[22]
  • RMIT Centre for Sustainable Organisations and Work[23]
  • RMIT Computational Fluid Dynamics Laboratory[24]
  • RMIT Digital Ethnography Research Centre[25]
  • RMIT Games and Experimental Entertainment Laboratory (GEElab)[26]
    • Exertion Games Laboratory[27]
  • RMIT Globalism Research Centre[28]
  • RMIT Green Engines Research Facility[29]
  • RMIT Microelectronics and Materials Technology Centre[30]
  • RMIT Rheology and Materials Processing Centre[31]
  • RMIT Satellite Positioning for Atmosphere, Climate and Environment (SPACE) Research Centre[32]
  • RMIT Spatial Information Architecture Laboratory (SIAL)[33]
    • SIAL Sound Studios[34]
  • RMIT Textile Design Specialist Centre[35]
  • RMIT Vietnam Centre for Commerce and Management[36]
  • RMIT Vietnam Centre for Communication and Design[37]
  • RMIT Vietnam Centre for Technology[38]
  • RMIT Virtual Reality Centre[39]
  • Sir Lawrence Wackett Aerospace Centre[40]

Cooperative research collaborations and partnerships[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ RMIT Design Research Institute. Portfolio of Research and Innovation. RMIT University. Retrieved 15 October 2012
  2. ^ RMIT Global Cities Research Institute. Portfolio of Research and Innovation. RMIT University. Retrieved 15 October 2012
  3. ^ RMIT Health Innovation Research Institute. Portfolio of Research and Innovation. RMIT University. Retrieved 15 October 2012
  4. ^ RMIT Platform Technologies Research Institute. Portfolio of Research and Innovation. RMIT University. Retrieved 15 October 2012
  5. ^ AHURI Research Centres. Australian Housing and Urban Research Institute. Retrieved 15 October 2012
  6. ^ Australian APEC Study Centre. RMIT College of Business. RMIT University. Retrieved 15 October 2012
  7. ^ Melbourne APEC Finance Centre. Australian APEC Study Centre. RMIT University. Retrieved 15 October 2012
  8. ^ Australian Centre for Human Rights Education (ACHRE). RMIT College of Design and Social Context. RMIT University. Retrieved 15 October 2012
  9. ^ European Union (EU) Centre at RMIT. RMIT College of Design and Social Context. RMIT University. Retrieved 15 October 2012
  10. ^ International Centre for Environmental and Bioethics. RMIT School of Civil, Environmental and Chemical Engineering. RMIT University. Retrieved 15 October 2012
  11. ^ International Centre for Graphic Technology. RMIT School of Design TAFE. RMIT University. Retrieved 15 October 2012
  12. ^ Partners. Nautilus Institute for Security and Sustainability. Retrieved 15 October 2012
  13. ^ Medical Sciences Research Groups. RMIT School of Medical Sciences. RMIT University. Retrieved 15 October 2012
  14. ^ RMIT Biosignals Laboratory. RMIT School of Electrical and Computer Engineering. RMIT University. Retrieved 15 October 2012
  15. ^ "Chancellor opens multi-diciplinary research centre" RMIT News (1 October 2012). RMIT University. Retrieved 15 October 2012
  16. ^ RMIT Centre for Animation and Interactive Media. RMIT School of Media and Communication. RMIT University. Retrieved 15 October 2012
  17. ^ RMIT Centre for Applied Social Research. RMIT School of Global, Urban and Social Studies. RMIT University. Retrieved 15 October 2012
  18. ^ RMIT Centre for Design. RMIT College of Design and Social Context. RMIT University. Retrieved 15 October 2012
  19. ^ Ethical Design Laboratory. RMIT Centre for Design. RMIT University. Retrieved 15 October 2012
  20. ^ Rob Hulls joins RMIT. RMIT News (26 September 2012). RMIT University. Retrieved 15 October 2012
  21. ^ RMIT Centre for Innovative Structures and Materials. RMIT Platform Technologies Research Institute. RMIT University. Retrieved 15 October 2012
  22. ^ RMIT Centre for Risk and Community Safety. RMIT School of Mathematical and Geospatial Sciences. RMIT University. Retrieved 15 October 2012
  23. ^ RMIT Centre for Sustainable Organisations and Work. RMIT College of Business. RMIT University. Retrieved 15 October 2012
  24. ^ RMIT Computational Fluid Dynamics Laboratory. RMIT School of Aerospace, Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering. Retrieved 15 October 2012
  25. ^ Research centre to push digital media boundaries. RMIT News (26 February 2013). RMIT University. Retrieved 20 March 2013
  26. ^ RMIT GEElab. RMIT School of Media and Communication. RMIT University. Retrieved 15 October 2012
  27. ^ Exertion Games Laboratory. RMIT School of Media and Communication. RMIT University. Retrieved 15 October 2012
  28. ^ RMIT Globalism Research Centre. RMIT School of Global, Urban and Social Studies. RMIT University. Retrieved 15 October 2012
  29. ^ RMIT's green engines research lab an Asia-Pacific first. RMIT News (15 March 2013). RMIT University. Retrieved 20 March 2013
  30. ^ RMIT Microelectronics and Materials Technology Centre. RMIT School of Electrical and Computer Engineering. RMIT University. Retrieved 15 October 2012
  31. ^ RMIT Rheology and Materials Processing Centre. RMIT School of Civil, Environmental and Chemical Engineering. RMIT University. Retrieved 15 October 2012
  32. ^ RMIT Satellite Positioning for Atmosphere, Climate and Environment (SPACE) Research Centre. RMIT College of Science, Engineering and Health. RMIT University. Retrieved 15 October 2012
  33. ^ RMIT Spatial Information Architecture Laboratory. RMIT School of Architecture and Design. RMIT University. Retrieved 15 October 2012
  34. ^ SIAL Sound Studios.RMIT School of Architecture and Design. RMIT University. Retrieved 15 October 2012
  35. ^ RMIT Textile Design Specialist Centre. RMIT School of Fashion and Textiles. RMIT University. Retrieved 15 October 2012
  36. ^ RMIT Vietnam Centre for Commerce and Management. RMIT College of Science Engineering and Health. RMIT University. Retrieved 15 October 2012
  37. ^ RMIT Vietnam Centre for Communication and Design. RMIT College of Design and Social Context. RMIT University. Retrieved 15 October 2012
  38. ^ RMIT Vietnam Centre for Technology. RMIT College of Science, Engineering and Health. RMIT University. Retrieved 15 October 2012
  39. ^ Visualisation resources. Portfolio of Innovation and Research. RMIT University. Retrieved 15 October 2012
  40. ^ Sir Lawrence Wackett Aerospace Centre. RMIT College of Science, Engineering and Health. RMIT University. Retrieved 15 October 2012
  41. ^ About Us. Centre for Ultrahigh-bandwidth Devices for Optical Systems (CUDOS). Retrieved 15 October 2012
  42. ^ About ACFS. Australian Centre for Financial Studies. Retrieved 15 October 2012
  43. ^ Participants. Australian Centre for Radiofrequency Bioeffects Research. Government of Australia. Retrieved 15 October 2012
  44. ^ "RMIT, India unite for automation research". RMIT News (29 February 2012). RMIT University. Retrieved 15 October 2012
  45. ^ Chinese Medicine, Confucius Institute. RMIT School of Health Sciences. RMIT University. Retrieved 15 October 2012
  46. ^ Participants. AutoCRC. Government of Australia. Retrieved 15 October 2012
  47. ^ Participants. CRC for Advanced Composite Structures. Government of Australia. Retrieved 15 October 2012
  48. ^ Program Partners. Advanced Manufacturing CRC. Government of Australia. Retrieved 15 October 2012
  49. ^ Partners and Stakeholders. BushfiresCRC. Government of Australia. Retrieved 15 October 2012
  50. ^ Participants. CAST CRC. Government of Australia. Retrieved 15 October 2012
  51. ^ Participants. Smart Services CRC. Government of Australia. Retrieved 15 October 2012
  52. ^ Partners. CRC for Spatial Information. Government of Australia. Retrieved 15 October 2012
  53. ^ Participants. Defence Materials Technology Centre. Defence Science and Technology Organisation. Government of Australia. Retrieved 15 October 2012
  54. ^ "Research centre takes India links to new level". RMIT News (16 February 2011). RMIT University. Retrieved 15 October 2012
  55. ^ Regional Offices. PASCAL International Observatory. Pattern Analysis, Statistical Modelling and Computational Learning (PASCAL). European Union Framework Programme. Retrieved 15 October 2012
  56. ^ Victorian Centre for Climate Change Adaptation Research. Retrieved 15 October 2012
  57. ^ Water Effective Technology and Tools (WETT) Research Centre. RMIT University. Retrieved 15 October 2012
  58. ^ Areas of Work. Collaborating Centre for Traditional Medicine. World Health Organisation.Retrieved 15 October 2012

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