Who is building, managing and decommissioning our technology-enabled future?#

This question is at the heart of our mission, and our way in is cybernetics. We are committed to helping Australia and Australians navigate major societal transformations, including those that involve new and emerging technologies.

A non-traditional school based in the College of Engineering, Computing and Cybernetics at the Australian National University, we are making space for different futures. Futures that consider the environment, the people within it, and how technology can help, rather than harm. Futures that are safe, sustainable and responsible.

The School of Cybernetics is led by Distinguished Professor Genevieve Bell.

How will we build it?#


Explore different ways into education and training—from training a new type of engineer to bringing skills development to the broadest cross-section of society.


Conduct novel research with diverse partners to yield insights that will lead to action.


Bring together people from different places, backgrounds and disciplines to activate a systems approach to building, deploying and decommissioning technology systems.

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About the College#

The ANU School of Cybernetics is part of the ANU College of Engineering, Computing and Cybernetics (CECC), which is also home to the ANU School of Computing and ANU School of Engineering.

The School of Cybernetics is located in the College of Engineering, Computing and Cybernetics at the Australian National University in Canberra, Australia. Send us an email or give us a call on +61 2 6125 8121.

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