Astronomy projects supported by ADACS and boosted by Pawsey expertise
Three astronomy projects were awarded embedded technical specialist support as part of the Astronomy Data and Compute Services (ADACS) Project, funded by Astronomy Australia Ltd (AAL) and the Pawsey Supercomputing Centre. Increasing the accessibility of our Solar System’s unique data set, gaining insights on the chronology of surfaces of planetary bodies in our solar system,
Intro to Singularity training course
The Pawsey Supercomputing Centre is hosting Dr Michael Bauer who is a principal software engineer at Sylabs and was integral in the development of Singularity. Michael will be in Perth on the 30th August to conduct a training session on Introduction to Singularity. Target Audience Participants should be comfortable navigating a Linux environment. Prior Docker
Pawsey Impact Study
The Pawsey Supercomputing Centre has recently commissioned an impact study to showcase the value that this facility brings to Australia. There are many aspects of the Pawsey Supercomputing Centre that generate economic value to Australia; The type of research undertaken using supercomputing is typically game-changing — insights are more accurate, inevitably more timely, and many
Pawsey Conference/Event Support Guidelines
The Pawsey Supercomputing Centre (Pawsey), as an unincorporated joint venture between Western Australia’s four public universities and which is also funded by the Commonwealth and State governments, manages its resources based on different contractual obligations. Therefore, the Centre is accountable for the way resources are spent and needs to comply with each partner’s terms and conditions.