Pawsey news

21 May 2024

Pawsey Expands Acacia Object Store with Solution from XENON

The Pawsey Supercomputing Research Centre in Perth, a global leader in high-performance computing and scientific research is expanding its object storage solution. This strategic initiative will deliver one of the world’s largest research-focused object storage systems, empowering researchers with increased project data storage capabilities in a warm tier. This expansion will help meet Pawsey’s projected

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30 April 2024

Visualisation Competition

We’re excited to announce that Pawsey will host a two-day Visualisation Conference during the week of July 22, 2024. This event will feature a Visualisation Competition where participants can showcase their work through a brief presentation and submit their research data as either a video or an interactive visualisation, including a virtual or mixed reality

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20 March 2024

Pawsey Uptake Project: Accelerating Impact

An Invitation to Australian Researchers to Propel Scientific Impact The Pawsey Supercomputing Research Centre invites Australian-based research groups to join the Pawsey Uptake Project call. This initiative will provide teams with access to dedicated Pawsey experts, helping accelerate their scientific breakthroughs. The call is an initiative to maximise the impact of research utilising Pawsey’s cutting-edge

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19 February 2024

NVIDIA Accelerates Quantum Computing Exploration at Australia’s Pawsey Supercomputing Centre

SCA2024 — NVIDIA today announced that Australia’s Pawsey Supercomputing Research Centre will add the NVIDIA® CUDA Quantum platform accelerated by NVIDIA Grace Hopper™ Superchips to its National Supercomputing and Quantum Computing Innovation Hub, furthering its work driving breakthroughs in quantum computing. Researchers at the Perth-based centre will leverage CUDA Quantum — an open-source hybrid quantum computing platform that features powerful simulation

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Mark Stickells in front of Setonix Supercomputer
26 January 2024

Mark Stickells awarded a Member of the Order of Australia

Pawsey Supercomputing Research Centre is delighted to acknowledge that Executive Director Mark Stickells has been awarded a Member of the Order of Australia (AM) for his significant service to science, particularly information technology, and to the community. The honour recognises Mr Stickells’ career contributions over 30 years to the fields of research, technology, innovation and

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18 January 2024

QuEra and Pawsey Partner to Drive Innovation in Quantum Computing and Supercomputing

January 16, 2023 – Boston, Massachusetts and Perth, Australia – QuEra Computing, the global leader in neutral-atom quantum computing, and Pawsey Supercomputing Research Centre today announced a partnership to drive advancements in quantum technology and enhance the capabilities of both organisations. Teams from QuEra and Pawsey are already collaborating on research projects focused on quantum

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10 January 2024

Pawsey’s Summer Internship Program 2023: Fostering Computational Excellence

Academic Diversity and Collaborative Endeavours In its 18th edition, Pawsey’s Summer Internship Programme remains a lighthouse for students seeking immersion in the complex world of high-performance computing (HPC). The program lasts ten weeks and provides a unique combination of theoretical knowledge and practical, hands-on practice. This year, the program grew to include 37 students from

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17 November 2023

New international consortium formed to create trustworthy and reliable generative AI models for science

Written by Charlie Catlett Originally published by Argonne National Laboratory on 10 November 2023, here   Trillion Parameter Consortium launches with dozens of founding partners from around the world. The initiative brings together teams of researchers engaged in creating large-scale generative AI models to address key challenges in advancing AI for science. A global consortium of scientists from

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19 October 2023

Pawsey welcomes NCRIS’ $5 Million Grant to Accelerate Quantum Innovation

[Perth, 19/10/2023] Australia’s Pawsey Supercomputing Research Centre has received today a $5 million grant from the Australian Government’s National Collaborative Research Infrastructure Strategy (NCRIS) program. The new funding will, over a period of two years, enable Pawsey to extend its national supercomputing and quantum computing innovation hub, pilot new projects and develop quantum applications. Pawsey’s

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