Research in the Faculty of Society & Design presents a wide range of intellectual perspectives and is undertaken by academics drawn from diverse national and international backgrounds. Research in the Faculty brings together scholarship and innovation; it challenges existing theories and notions and results in new knowledge of practical relevance. Research and creative works enduringly provide the motivational forces for innovation in society and assist us all to understand our world. Below you will find a list of research centres and groups housed within the Faculty of Society & Design.
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FSD Research Centre
Centre for Comparative Construction Research (CCCR)
The Centre for Comparative Construction Research (CCCR) is focused on creating new insight into the performance of the built environment, through an interdisciplinary evidence-based process of:
Translating sustainable design into superior urban infrastructure,
Transforming intelligent assembly into safer and more productive construction practices, and
Transcending benefits realisation into successful financial, social, ethical and environmental outcomes.
FSD Research Groups
The Faculty of Society & Design has developed a comprehensive network of 'research groups' within the faculty, to highlight the diverse range of discipline areas undertaken by our academics. These groups involve research active staff and HDR candidates to facilitate communication and collaboration in our research efforts. The primary aim of these research groups is to ensure that every active researcher is linked to one or more research groups, to create more opportunities for collaboration and research interaction.