Work with us

work with us

To view current employment opportunities with the Barbara Hardy Institute, please visit the UniSA employment homepage. You can also find out more about information about research at the Division of Information Technology, Engineering and the Environment.

What we do

Research capabilities

 Barbara Hardy Institute researchers conduct collaborative research across a broad spectrum of disciplines that are fundamental to the sustainability of natural and built environments and our society. They are involved in a number of Australian Research Council funded projects, Cooperative Research Centres and conduct research and consultancy for various international, national, state and local government and industry organisations.

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Current and key projects

 Research at the Barbara Hardy Institute is collaborative and multidisciplinary. We work across a broad spectrum of disciplines that are fundamental to the sustainability of our society, and both natural and built environments.

Researchers are involved in a number of Australian Research Council funded projects, Cooperative Research Centres, and conduct research and consultancy for various international, national, state and local government and industry interests.

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Testing and evaluation services

The Barbara Hardy Institute runs numerous testing and evaluation services in addition to its research.

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Student research opportunities

onsider a research degree at UniSA as your gateway to a rewarding, fulfilling and global research career.

Work with world-class supervisors, take advantage of our international research focus and receive a high level of support to excel in your endeavours. A research degree is a unique way to challenge yourself in an inspiring and problem-solving research environment.

Research degrees at UniSA provide valuable experience in engaging with industry, government, education providers and professions to solve real-world problems.

Research degrees also help to develop transferable life and employability skills such as project management, high-level writing, public speaking, proposal development and specialist knowledge. The practical experience gained through a research degree will help you achieve more in all aspects of your life.

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Contact us

If you would like to talk with someone at the Barbara Hardy Institute about work opportunities, please contact us at barbarahardyinstitute@unisa.edu.au.

Areas of study and research

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