Our research portfolio is organised around a number of themes reflecting our wide range of expertise
Our home in South-East Queensland is one of the fastest growing metropolitan regions in Australia, and provides a living laboratory for much of our research on growth management and urban resilience. Encompassing the Griffith Centre for Coastal Management, we are also focused on urban water research.
Explore each of our research themes below in more detail.
EOI - GRIFFITH UNIVERSITY POSTDOCTORAL FELLOWSHIP SCHEME
The Cities Research Institute invites expressions of interest from persons seeking to apply to the Griffith University Postdoctoral Fellowship Scheme (GUPF) via the Institute. The scheme opens on 1st May 2019 and we are seeking a highly motivated candidate. Find out more here.
Digital infrastructure management
This theme looks at how our infrastructure systems can become more resilient, affordable and sustainable.
Digital multi-utility transformation
Seeking to integrate 'big data' metering & monitoring technologies & associated expert systems into infrastructure.
Gold Coast futures
The City of Gold Coast continues its commitment to support and work with the Cities Research Institute across a range of collaborative projects.
This research looks at geographical positions between land and sea and future development scenarios through hydrodynamic modeling.
Transport Research Group
Working closely with a wide range of industry partners to help plan, build and manage transport systems.
Griffith University Systems Modelling Group
This research group brings together Griffith University experts in methodologies including Systems Thinking, System Dynamics, Bayesian Modelling and Social Network Analysis and applies them to a range of problems involving ecological, social and economic aspects of human interaction with nature
Griffith Centre for Coastal Management
The Griffith Centre for Coastal Management integrates our coastal expertise with wider questions of city planning. Through rigorous research and community engagement, the Centre explores the vulnerabilities of Australian coastal cities helps them to be more resilient into the future.