Digital Futures is built around challenges and cross-cutting capabilities.
Societal challenges focus on real-world activities that are economically and socially important, building on multidisciplinary strengths within the University.
Cross-cutting capabilities are digital frameworks, technologies and methods that are important areas of research in their own right and provide the underpinning for addressing the challenges.
Institutional challenges focus on the potential for digital technology to transform what we do as a University and how we do it: how we conduct research, what and how we teach, and how we function as an organisation.
The matrix below demonstrates the interactions between our societal challenges, institutional challenges and cross-cutting capabilities.