University Research Landscape



The table below shows the research clusters in some Australian universities.

For each university, the research clusters are identified by grouping publications deposited in the ePrint collection according to their ASRC code (represented as nodes) and counting publications the publications that span multiple codes (represented as links connecting the nodes).

The research clusters are colour-coded by discipine:
Pink: Medicine and life sciences. Purple: Agricultural and veterinary sciences. Green: Engineering and architecture. Dark Blue: Mathematical, physical and chemical sciences. Yellow: Information and communication technologies. Light Blue: Business, commerce and economics. Red: Education. Orange: Arts and humanities.

Key for individual research discplines: ASRC 1998

Research Clusters
2005 Repository Data
2006 Repository Data
2007 Repository Data
Minimum size of
nodes and edges
University of
Queensland
2005 data
2006 data
2007 data
12+ publications
Queensland University
of Technology
2005 data
2006 data
2007 data
4+ publications
Griffith
University
2005 data
2006 data
2007 data
2+ publications
University of Southern
Queensland
2005 data
2006 data
2007 data
2+ publications
James Cook
University
2005 data
2006 data
2007 data
1+ publications
Victoria
University
2005 data
2006 data
2007 data
1+ publications

What are they researching at the University of Queensland
Map of keywords culled from publication titles originating from the University of Queensland (only shows links of size 50+)
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