UQIDAR scholar wins best paper for why men take more risks on the road

Clinical psychologist and PhD student, Indupriya Babu, has been recognised for her research into risk-taking, and why men are more likely to experience road traffic accidents. Read More


PhD program supports flood research across Australia and India

Indian PhD researcher Mr Sudeep Banad will spend 2020 at The University of Queensland (UQ) to analyse the changing flood patterns and their impact on river morphology and explore new ways to predict flood paths. Read More


UQ partnership to boost research impact

A partnership between The University of Queensland and the Indian Institute of Technology Delhi (IITD) will pave the way for students and academics to address issues affecting India, Australia and global communities.

The Academy of Research (UQIDAR) will enable students to gain a global qualification from both UQ and IITD. Read More

IIT Delhi-University of Queensland sign MoU

The Indian Institute of Technology, Delhi has joined hands with the University of Queensland, Australia, forging a collaborative partnership for research scholars at both these institutions. Read More

IIT, University of Queensland team up to offer PhD

In a first, IIT-Delhi will collaborate with University of Queensland (UQ), Australia to start an international joint PhD programme. Read More

IITD and University of Queensland sign flagship partnership to boost research impact

The Indian Institute of Technology Delhi(IITD) has partnered with a leading Australian institution The University of Queensland(UQ) to launch its first international joint PhD program. UQ Vice-Chancellor and President Professor Peter Hoj and IITD Director Professor V Ramgopal Rao signed the historic agreement at IIT Delhi on September 22, formalising a mutual goal to build diverse and sustainable partnerships. The Academy of Research(UQIDAR) will pave the way for students and academics to partner on projects addressing some of the most pressing issues affecting India, Australia, and global communities. Open to all disciplines, the UQIDAR will enable students to gain a global qualification from both IITD and UQ, a university ranked among the worlds top 50. The majority of students will be recruited into the program in New Delhi, with a small cohort of Australian based researchers. Read More