We collaborate with CROSSING (a French Australian laboratory for humans-autonomous agents teaming), in particular in the context of our foundational science project on Trust in CINTEL systems. CROSSING is itself a collaboration between CNRS (Centre National de Recherche Scientifique, France) and the universities in South Australia  Our collaborators: 

School of Architecture and Civil Engineering, Faculty of Sciences, Engineering and Technology, University of Adelaide

  • Experimental Psychology, Behavioral Neuroscience and Vision Science.

Research director at CNRS, Director of the international joint Lab Crossing

  • An expert in System on Chip and Embedded Systems designs applied to different domain including AI, Autonomous systems and IoT

UNSW and Macquarie University

In the context of CINTEL for cybersecurity, we collaborate with UNSW and Macquarie University, and we have an NST/CSIRO project. Our collaborators: 

School of Computer Science and Engineering at UNSW Sydney.

  • Professor Kanhere’s research interests include the Internet of Things, cyber-physical systems, blockchain, pervasive computing, cybersecurity, and applied machine learning. Salil is also affiliated with the UNSW Institute of Cybersecurity (IFCYBER).

Department of Computer Science and Engineering, College of Computing, Sungkyunkwan University (SKKU).

  • Dr Kim leads the Security Laboratory (seclab) at SKKU.

Intelligent Devices & Simulation Research Section, ETRI (Electronics and Telecommunications Research Institute).

  • Dr Kim is a Principal Researcher at ETRI

Professor Jian Yang

Macquarie University

Australian Cobotics Centre and Curtin University

In the context our foundational science project on Skills for CINTEL and our work on human-robot teaming, we have collaborations with the Australian Cobotics Centre  and the Centre for Transformative Work Design at Curtin University. Our collaborators: 

School of Electrical Engineering & Robotics, Faculty of Engineering, QUT

  • Professor Roberts is a Professor in Robotics. He is the Director of the Australian Cobotics Centre and also the Technical Director of the Advanced Robotics for Manufacturing (ARM Hub). Professor Roberts is also an Affiliate at CSIRO Data61

a John Curtin Distinguished Professor in Organisational Behaviour in the Faculty of Business and Law, Curtin University

  • Professor Parker is a world-leading researcher on the topic of work design. We are collaborating with Professor Parker within our collaboration with the Centre for Transformative Work Design, in the context of our foundational science project on the skills required for CINTEL.

Monash University

In the context our foundational science project on Dynamic Situation Awareness and  Human-robot teaming, we collaborate with Monash University: 

Department of Electrical and Computer Systems Engineering Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, Monash University

  • Professor Kulic develops autonomous systems that can operate in concert with humans. She is the Director of Monash Robotics at Monash University, and an Affiliate at CSIRO Data61. We are collaborating with Professor Kulic in the context of our foundational science project on Dynamic Situational Awareness.

Monash University, University of Sydney and Australian Cobotics Centre

In the context our foundational science project on Communications between Humans and AI, we collaborate with Monash University, the University of Sydney and Australian Cobotics Centre. Our work together includes how experts/scientists work and communicate with generative AI, how scientists can be supported by AI to enhance creativity, and producing explanations. Our collaborators: 

Department of Data Science and AI, Monash Data Futures Institute, Monash University

  • Dr Mor’s research interests include explainable AI and plan recognition.

Department of Data Science and AI, Monash Data Futures Institute, Monash University.

  • Professor Zukerman’s interest include natural language processing, discourse planning, spoken language understanding, user modelling and plan recognition.

School of Computer Science, Faculty of Engineering, The University of Sydney

  • Dr Kummerfeld works on Natural Language Processing (NLP), with a particular focus on systems for collaboration between people and AI models, including in dialogue and crowdsourcing.

School of Design, University of Sydney

  • Dr Kazjon (Kaz) Grace’s research explores how computers can participate in the design process as partners rather than tools. 

Other Collaborators

School of Psychological Sciences, The University of Newcastle

  • Professor Brown’s work combines basic cognitive science to understand human psychology and behaviour, with applied work investigating human performance can be understood and improved in critical situations. We are collaborating with Professor Brown in our workflow and skills projects.

Taeho Kim

Electronics and Telecommunications Research Institute, Republic of Korea

CSIRO Partners

Autonomous Sensors FSP

Dr Asem Mousa

​Director of the RESS (Revolutionary energy Storage Systems) FSP

Dr Nikolai Kinaev

Director of the Hydrogen Energy Systems FSP

Cheng Soon Ong

MLAI FSP, Transitioning to Science Digital/Data61

Dr Rose Roche

Ag 2050 Program of Work

Surya Nepal

Critical Infrastructure Protection and Resilience Mission