Innovating Technology to Benefit Society
The world we live in today has been transformed by the rapid adoption of technology, it has impacted every aspect of our lives, from our homes, to our schools, industry, key infrastructure and social spaces, enhancing how we live, learn, work and play.
We are committed to innovating theoretical and applied research to meet the technology challenges of the 21st Century. The school's research themes are aligned to the following areas.
Artificial Intelligence research focused on algorithmic aspects that integrate the knowledge and theories in mathematics and Machine Learning to endow a machine the intelligence to address complex real-world problems. The area includes Computer Vision, Natural Language Processing, Medical Imaging, and Business intelligence.
Paradigm-shifting research into diverse forms of security for protecting against attacks as well as technologies for the dark side. Recent research includes stealth, hidden emotions, invisible motions and fake fingers.
Data science research aspires to investigate, hypothesize and create novel data driven algorithms across various domains and platforms. These algorithms will propel new innovations in business intelligence by extracting knowledge, identifying unique patterns, predicting and generating useful insights from a diverse set of big data cache, which are then effectively visualized for various applications.
Digital health topic looks into both research and development aspects of designing and developing of methods, application and systems for healthcare industry through the means of 'digitization' some component of health system into meaningful data and tools. In particular the research looks into the application of multi-agent system methodology to translate the data and tools in use of practical healthcare setting.
Delivering high quality and efficient software systems is an art which encompasses various intertwined elements such as architecture, design, formal methods, processes, testing, and even human factors. At Monash University, we carry out research in the domain of software quality, software architecture and design, software maintenance, and analysis of human factors with the ultimate goal of helping software engineers to deliver high quality, robust, and reliable software solutions.
Postgraduate by Research Scholarships
We are actively recruiting outstanding individuals to join the MPhi and PhD programs.
The School of Information Technology has a number of Monash University Malaysia scholarships available.
Graduate Research Merit Scholarship
These scholarships cover Cost of Living Allowances (stipend) and Tuition Fee Waiver to outstanding and deserving candidates.
The scholarship is highly competitive and it is open for application all year round. Please refer the link below for more information:
Tuition Fee Waiver
The school offers Tuition Fee Waiver only scholarships for candidates who meet our entry criteria and have external backing from government, industry or are self-sponsored.
Tuition fee waiver scholarships are open all year round and may be applied to at anytime during the year.
You may wish to informally contact members of staff to discuss potential research projects and ideas. Please use the research group information and scholarship information provided above as a guide to contacting staff members best aligned with your interests.
For more information on:
- Undergraduate programs
- Research and Postgraduate degrees by Research, and
- other related inquiries
please feel free to email, call or fax us.
Telephone: (+603) 5514 6224
Fax: (+603) 5514 6207
General & Course Enquiries
Telephone: (+603) 5514 6000
Fax: (+603) 5514 6001
School of Information Technology,
Level 4, Building 2
Monash University Malaysia
Jalan Lagoon Selatan,
47500, Bandar Sunway,
Selangor Darul Ehsan,
School Office Operating Hours
Monday to Friday: 9:00am to 5:00pm
Faculty of Information Technology
Monash University, Clayton Campus
25 Exhibition Walk
Monash University VIC 3800
Phone: +61 3 9905 5200
Fax: +61 3 9905 5159
Office hours are Monday – Friday: 8.45am – 5pm (Australian Eastern Standard Time, UTC +10)