Research in the School of Design, Communication and Information Technolgoy reflects the dynamic, creative and technologically oriented nature of the areas of design, communication, information technology and natural history illustration.
We benefit from working across the disciplines in ways that enable more complex approaches to broader areas of study and practice, such as multimedia.
Our areas of research excellence are wide-ranging and explore important areas such as: image analysis and processing; health informatics; public relations and new media creativity; practise-based research; visual communication and digital media design; and comtemporary and traditional illustration methods.
Our research strengths
Research capabilities within the School:
- Natural history illustration
- Health informatics
- Information technology