International collaboration in information and space sciences
CSIRO works with industry leaders around the world to improve productivity and service delivery through innovative use of mathematics, statistics and information and communication technologies (ICT). CSIRO also provides technology and services for radio astronomy, spacecraft tracking and space science.
CSIRO draws on the skills of our scientists across many different disciplines to solve problems and develop new technology related to the information sciences and to space science. International collaboration is a particularly important aspects of these fields.
CSIRO's research and collaboration includes the following areas:
- Information sciences, such as personalised services and streamlined systems to reduce complexity and create innovative options;
- Space science, incorporating technology and services for radio astronomy, spacecraft tracking and space science.
CSIRO encourages and supports global partnerships in order to:
- Share knowledge with other world-leading science organisations
- Support industry to improve products and processes
- Develop and commercialise new technology
- Help developing countries reduce poverty and achieve sustainable development
- Collaboratively create a more sustainable world.
CSIRO’s international collaborations involve regional organisations, industry, SMEs, governments and science agencies around the world. Our partners include:
- Beijing University of Posts and Telecommunications
- GFI Group (US)
- Keio University (Japan)
- NVIDIA (US)
- Microsoft (US)
- Chinese Academy of Sciences
- Satellite Surveying and Mapping Application Centre (China)
- Perkin Elmer (US)
- UN Spatial Data Infrastructure.
Examples of international collaboration
CSIRO welcomes enquiries about potential new collaborations. Please use the contact details at right.
Read more about CSIRO's International Activities.