Sensing the reef
We're monitoring the reef's ecosystem through our sensor networks. As climate change occurs, scientists need to know what is happening at the remotest regions of our reefs. Read more...
Supporting your research
JCU eResearch collaborates with other Queensland and Australian organisations to provide you with the environments and tools you need to work more effectively. Read more...
Get in touch with us to provide your research group or organisation with a web-based collaborative presence. Whether it's sharing data or communicating effectively, we can deliver. Read more...
Our state-of-the-art facilities allow you to see your visualisation data in multiple dimensions, in real-time. See what you've been missing. Read more...
Working with city councils and other organisations alike, JCU eResearch can put you at the forefront. Monitor your environment and keep track of changes as they occur. Read more...
The JCU eResearch Centre supports researchers, University staff, and other organisations alike through developing customised solutions. Ask us about web collaboration, sensor networking, high performance computing, and software development.
Some of JCUs top researchers have been published on The Conversation discussing how research can influence policy.
The 2015 Pivotal International Executive Summit will see world leaders in spatial information technology, sustainability, climate change and governance converge in Brisbane.
The Australian Urban Research Information Network (AURIN) Townsville Energy/Water Demonstrator has now been launched. This infrastructure is a collaboration between AURIN, QCIF, QUT, Ergon, TCC and the eResearch Centre and provides energy and water consumption data at an SA4 level across selected Townsville suburbs for inclusion into the AURIN data portal.
eResearch in partnership with the Townsville City Council, CoastalCOMS and Taggle Inc.are involved in a $1.4M Queensland Accelerate Partnership project to reimagine urban water quality sensing.
Digital Homestead Project final report available now. New website is now live and future developments are being mapped out.
A greater proportion of the Australian economy is likely to be supported by Northern Australia by 2040.