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Curtin University
Institute for Multi-sensor Processing and Content Analysis


The Institute for Multi-sensor processing & content analysis (IMPCA) is part of the Department of Computing at Curtin University in Perth, Western Australia. The research conducted at IMPCA includes both government funded ARC projects as well as industrial projects. Our main research areas are Tools for Early Intervention in Autism , Large Scale Surveillance Systems, Smart Homes, Computational Media Aesthetics and the Social Media Project.


At IMPCA our mission is to bridge the growing divide between the collection of large amounts of raw sensory data to produce information and generate patterns that can be better utilised by us.

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PhD Scholarships

PhD scholarships are available to competent Master or 1st class Honour students.

Please contact the Department of Computing (x7647).