Pawsey HPC centre to collaborate with European group PRACE

Serge Bogaerts and Ugo Varetto
The Australian Pawsey Supercomputing Centre has signed an agreement with the Partnership for Advanced Computing in Europe (PRACE) to pool resources and information that will help research groups globally.

The two organisations signed a Memorandum of Understanding to promote research and development in computational science and engineering, focusing on the exchange of information in three areas; training, industrial usage of High-Performance Computing (HPC), and the link between HPC and scientific instruments.

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