Australia’s first joint Master of Architecture and Urban Design
“This course was designed in collaboration with industry and local government to meet the growing need for design professionals who are skilled in working at multiple scales and in many formats and media, ranging from the building scale to whole cities and regions,” says Professor Jane Burry, Dean of Swinburne’s School of Design.
Swinburne’s Innovation Precinct is where the university’s research and innovation capabilities combine to deliver projects with real-world impact. Its three pillars, the Factory of the Future, Digital Innovation Lab, and Design Factory Melbourne, are individual hubs where staff and students collaborate with industry, solve innovation challenges and produce commercial outcomes. It’s also home to the new Data for Social Good Cloud Innovation Centre, the first of its kind in the Southern Hemisphere.
Championing Industry 4.0
Swinburne’s innovation and research hubs create real-word impact by making use of Industry 4.0 technologies such as simulation technology, autonomous robots, the Internet of Things, system integration, cybersecurity, additive manufacturing, cloud computing, augmented reality and big data.