Faculty Key Technology Partnerships
Faculty Key Technology Partnerships in Engineering and IT build enduring, broad-based international engagement and strategic, high-quality research links with overseas partner institutions.
Hokkaido University, Graduate School of Information Science and Technology
Graduate School of Information Science and Technology, Hokkaido University
Faculty Key Technology Partnership established: 12 September 2018
Hokkaido University (HU) is a leading comprehensive university and is a member of the Imperial Universities, which represent Japan’s leading institutes in higher education and research. With a history of over 140 years, Hokkaido University places emphasis on its graduate schools, under a focus on providing global perspectives, practical learning and developing a pioneering approach in its research and education.
The UTS Faculty of Engineering and IT and HU, via its Graduate School of Information Science and Technology, have developed a strong collaborative relationship, including via extensive staff mobility, joint academic appointments and PhD training. The Faculty KTP partnership will further encourage student and academic cooperation, and will extend partnerships with industry in Australia and Japan.
Vietnam National University, University of Engineering and Technology
VNU University of Engineering and Technology
Faculty Key Technology Partnership established: 17 May 2018
Vietnam National University is the largest comprehensive higher education and research centre in Vietnam. It was established to become a leading interdisciplinary and multidisciplinary research university to contribute significantly to Vietnam’s industrialisation and modernisation. VNU-UET is a member university under the Vietnam National University (VNU) Hanoi umbrella.
VNU-UET focuses its research and education on four advanced areas of science technology:
- Information and Communication Technology
- Electronics and Automation
- Nanoscience and Nanotechnology
- Molecular Biotechnology
UTS and UET have developed a multi-faceted, dynamic and truly collaborative partnership, culminating in the establishment of a joint research centre. The Joint Technology and Innovation Research Centre (JTIRC) is the first of its kind between Australia and Vietnam, and aims to foster excellence in research collaboration and technology transfer through PhD training, expert exchange programs and industry engagement.
For more details on this Joint Research Centre, visit UTS-UET Joint Technology and Innovation Research Centre (JTIRC) website.
For an overview of FEIT’s strategy in Vietnam, visit the Vietnam page.