Welcome to the School of Information Technologies

Welcome to Information Technologies at Sydney. We are committed to excellence in research, teaching and consultancy.

Our research activities are strongly focussed in the areas of algorithmics and applications, enterprise computing, human centred computing and IT applications in health care. Much of our research is interdisciplinary and internationally collaborative.

Our undergraduate and postgraduate courses are accredited by the Australian Computer Society (ACS), teaching fundamental principles and practical skills in IT, and establishing the foundations for an entire career.

The School of IT has a purpose built building with state of the art facilities, maintaining its position as a key teaching and research institution.

What's happening

  • Vacancy - Senior Lecturer/Lecturer in Networks and Security

    Senior Lecturer/Lecturer in Networks and Security

    The School of Information Technologies (SIT) invites applications from outstanding candidates for a continuing Senior Lecturer or Lecturer position (Level C or B) in Networks and Security, starting late 2014 or early 2015. Closing date for applications: 28 July 2014. More... 3 July 2014

  • Graphic Medicine

    Graphic Medicine

    Biomedical imaging is transforming medicine with movie-like CGI and large data sets playing a central role in the revolution according to the University of Sydney biomedical engineers hosting the 31st Computer Graphics International Conference. More... 12 June 2014

  • Artificial intelligence annotates medical images

    Artificial intelligence annotates medical images

    Biomedical research students at the University of Sydney been awarded 1st place in the annual Cross Language Evaluation Forum image challenge for developing a unique algorithm that automatically analyses 3D computed tomographic liver images. More... 4 June 2014

  • Keeping the cloud clean

    Keeping the cloud clean

    With hundreds of data centres, thousands of server rooms and individual racks in Australia alone there is an urgent need for industry to fully address the environmental impact of cloud computing, says the University of Sydney's Professor Albert Zomaya. More... 3 June 2014