Research Centre for Intelligent Systems
CQUniversity’s Centre for Intelligent Systems conducts outcome-driven and theoretical research in the areas of artificial intelligence, machine learning, applied computing, smart networked devices and clean energy technology.
There’s no denying that intelligent systems are the way of the future.
Today, in 2021, there are more than 10 thousand million embedded intelligent devices around the world, a figure that keeps increasing. At CQUniversity’s Centre for Intelligent Systems, we conduct outcome-driven and theoretical research in the areas of artificial intelligence, machine learning, applied computing, smart networked devices and clean energy technology.
Based at the CQUniversity Brisbane campus with staff spread across our University footprint, our research centre members include researchers with expertise in computational intelligence, simulation, automation, robotics, smart applications and clean energy technologies.
The Centre for Intelligent Systems is currently involved in a number of different research projects including, but not limited to, Automated System for Road Safety, Advanced Microgrids for residential, commercial and industry buildings and turning mixed plastics waste into diesel.
At the Centre for Intelligent Systems we’re working with industry, Government and the community to conduct research with real-world outcomes.