ERA aims to identify and promote excellence across the full spectrum of research activity, including discovery, experimental and applied research within Australian higher education institutions.
Excellence in Research for Australia was held in 2015.
UniSA staff can access more information about ERA on the BI Hub.
The ARC's ERA outcomes 2012 page gives information about the ERA 2012 exercise. The journal rankings developed for the 2010 exercise were removed following feedback, and the ranked conference list used for some disciplines in 2010 was discontinued.
Read a summary of the key findings about UniSA's ERA 2012 performance, or view UniSA's full findings on the ARC website. The ERA 2012 National Report is also available.
Information about the ERA 2010 inititiative is available from the ARC's ERA 2010 web pages. View UniSA's performance in ERA 2010 here.
The ERA 2010 journal list is no longer available for viewing on the ARC website, but is still viewable via John Lamp's unofficial ERA website at Deakin University. Journals in this list were ranked according to perceived importance. Journals were assigned a rating of A*, A, B or C.
The rankings were removed for the 2012 exercise following feedback.
A ranked conference list was used for some disciplines. See the ERA 2010 Ranked Outlets page for more information.