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Higher Degree Research
The School of Computer, Data and Mathematical Sciences has an active research culture which encompasses several research concentrations across Computer Science, Information Systems, Data Science, Mathematics and Statistics.
The School has a culture of interdisciplinary research, focusing on high impact research for the benefit of the Greater Western Sydney region, Australia, and the World. Topics covered by our research include Information systems supporting United Nation’s Sustainable Development Goals (SDG), Health Informatics, Artificial Intelligence and Distributed Systems.
Master of Research (MRes), Master of Philosophy (MPhil), Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) and other research degree applicants are required to discuss their proposed research project with a suitable research supervisor prior to submitting an application.
Search the Staff Profiles Directory by keyword. If you are finding it difficult to identify a supervisor, you should contact the Higher Degree Research (HDR) Associate Dean, Graduate Studies Associate Professor Dongmo Zhang
Higher degree research candidates are provided with extensive opportunities to develop research and professional skills through coursework options, seminars and workshops to ensure you are career-ready at the completion of your degree.
After finding a supervisor, there are a broad range of forms, policies and guidelines that apply to higher degree research. Use this link above to find all the information you need to apply.