Major Research Areas
Formed as a research centre within the Faculty of Commerce in 2006, the Centre for Applied Systems Research (CASR) conducts research into the analysis, design, implementation, and evaluation of intra- and inter-organisational systems from both organisational and technical perspectives, with a special interest in the following areas:
– Business Processes, Services and Work Practices
– Supply Chain, Simulation and Operations Management
– Organisational Multimedia, Hypermedia and Virtual Communities
CASR is a foundation centre of the Institute for Innovation in Business and Social Research (IIBSoR), an inaugural node of the Social Innovation Network (SInet), and conducts registered projects at the SMART Infrastructure Facility.
CASR in 2008. From left to right: Dr. Joshua Chang, Dr. Matt Pepper, Les Kirchmajer, Professor Trevor Spedding, Robert Grant, Associate Professor Rodney Clarke Director, John James, Professor Patrick Dawson, Dr. Michael Clements, Yan Qi, Dr. Niklas Johannson, and Dr. Joseph Meloche.
Some pictures taken at the CASR Higher Degree Research Colloquium in 2009. At the top left hand corner Dr. Matthew Pepper and Michael Mehmet, and at the top right corner Dr. Jennifer Algie, Robert Grant, Kristy Wandmaker and Assoc Prof. Rodney Clarke. Below from left to right Dr. Jennifer Algie, Michael Mehmet, Assoc. Prof. Rodney Clarke, Robert Grant, Matthew Pepper, Kristy Wandmaker, Mohammed Almansour, and Heidi Brown.
Photo Credit: Rob Hood