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Company Overview of Queensland University of Technology

Company Overview

Queensland University of Technology is a public university that offers undergraduate, postgraduate, and higher degree research courses. The institution was founded in 1989 and is based in Kelvin Grove, Australia.

Kelvin Grove Campus

Victoria Park Road

Kelvin Grove, QLD 4059


Founded in 1989

3,947 Employees


61 7 3138 3141


61 7 3138 3573

Key Executives for Queensland University of Technology

Chief Executive Officer, Vice-Chancellor and Council Member
Council Chairman and Chancellor
Age: 70
Deputy Vice-Chancellor of Technology, Information and Learning Support
Senior Deputy Vice-Chancellor, Council Member and Chairman of University Academic Board
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2016.

Queensland University of Technology Key Developments

US National Laboratory Signs Bio-Energy Research Pact with Queensland University of Technology

A research partnership between Queensland University of Technology and a US National Laboratory aims to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and develop new ways of creating bio-energy from plant material. The biotechnology research partnership will bring together US and Australian researchers and was formalised when Australia's QUT (Queensland University of Technology) and Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (PNNL) signed a Memorandum of Understanding.

Janssen Biotech, Inc. and Queensland University of Technology Enter into Research Agreement

A new personalised treatment for the debilitating arthritic condition ankylosing spondylitis and other auto-immune diseases will be developed through a research collaboration led by QUT's Professor of Genomics, Matt Brown under an agreement between Janssen Biotech Inc. and QUT. The collaboration with Janssen Biotech will enable development of new therapies for these conditions, rapidly accelerating research taking genetic findings back into the clinic leading to better health for patients.

DST Group Signs Up to Superconducting with Siemens and Queensland University of Technology

DST Group has joined with Siemens and Queensland University of Technology in an Australian-first research agreement to advance the use of high temperature superconducting technologies in Australia. Chief Defence Scientist Dr. Alex Zelinksy signed the agreement in a ceremony at the Pacific 2015 Maritime Exposition. The agreement consolidates existing relationships and enables the partners to coordinate capabilites and knowledge regarding the performance and applications of HTS technology to academic, industrial and Defence challenges. The partnership will focus on transitioning research to outcomes that can deal with real world problems, starting with its potential applications to defence.

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