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2 August 2022

Acacia Object Storage Workshop: Conduct 2 (online)

Join Pawsey specialists for a workshop on using the Acacia object store Please register ONLY if you plan to attend because seats are limited for this hands-on workshop. Please join at 9.30am (AWST) to connect to Setonix and Acacia, and to test that you successfully installed the two S3 clients. Instructions to follow. Training begins

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31 August 2021

2022 Partner allocations are open!

Calls are now open for supercomputing time in 2022 through NCMAS and Pawsey Partner schemes. This will be your first opportunity to access Setonix, Pawsey’s new HPE Cray EX Supercomputer, and Acacia, the Centre’s high-speed object storage system. Most Important Changes The Pawsey Energy & Resources Merit Allocation Scheme has been discontinued. Researchers from the Australian energy and

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24 May 2021

Meet the PaCER Cohort: June series

Ten research projects were successfully granted access to the first Pawsey Centre for Extreme-scale Readiness (PaCER) program, establishing Australia’s research platform for extreme-scale computing.   Pawsey is hosting a series of seminars throughout June showcasing the first cohort of PaCER researchers’ projects.  The focus of the PaCER program is on both extreme scale research (algorithms design, code optimisation, application and workflow readiness) and using the computational infrastructure to facilitate research for producing world-class

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Pawsey's 2020 Interns
14 December 2020

Ending 2020 with 23 bright interns

Twenty-three students have joined the annual Pawsey Summer Internship program, which began in December, 2020. Annually, this 10-week intensive internship program selects students to delve deeper into their scientific areas through high-performance computing. Students are supervised by project leads on their respective projects, which range from geophysical use of HPC, atomic and molecular photon collisions

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16 November 2020

HPC Australia SC20 Update: National centres support critical research with next-generation supercomputers

The National Computational Infrastructure, based in Canberra in Australia’s east, and the Pawsey Supercomputing Centre, based in Perth in Australia’s west, are the country’s two Tier-1 High Performance Computing (HPC) and High Performance Data (HPD) centres. With a combined computational performance well above 10 Petaflops, data stores over 100 Petabytes in size, and a user

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Maciej Cytowski - Head of Scientific Services
26 October 2020

Pawsey launches new partnering program to achieve HPC research at scale

Call for PaCER Grand Challenge problem is now open The Pawsey Supercomputing Centre has today opened a call for submissions for a new program that will provide training and support for Australia’s research community, to prepare researchers for the next era of supercomputing and help them to deliver outcomes that benefit the nation. Pawsey Centre

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2 October 2020

HPCwire Readers’ Choice Awards nominees

Each year the HPCwire Readers’ Choice Awards are determined by our readers across the HPC community, to recognize the most outstanding individuals, organizations, products, and technologies in the industry. The nomination period is over, and many great entries have been submitted – now it’s up to you to support the best and brightest make their

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23 September 2020

NCMAS 2021 Call open for applications

The call for time on Australia’s largest supercomputers opens today. The National Computational Merit Allocation Scheme (NCMAS) is the premier allocation scheme for access to Australian national supercomputing facilities for meritorious research. The NCMAS provides access, based on research and computational merit, for researchers at Australian universities and publicly funded research agencies. For the 2021

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7 September 2020

Calls for supercomputing time on Magnus are now open

Calls are open for supercomputing time on Magnus at the Pawsey Supercomputing Centre in 2021. If you are interested in using supercomputing resources for your meritorious research between January and December in 2021, please consider applying. The 2021 calls are for the following schemes: Pawsey Partner Merit Allocation Scheme – supports the whole range of computational

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26 March 2020

Australian supercomputing centres join efforts against COVID-19

Pawsey Supercomputing Centre and NCI Australia today launched a COVID-19 Special call for High-Performance Computing (HPC), cloud, storage resources and associated technical support for research projects directly responding to the pandemic. All research (academic, government or commercial sector) focussed on tackling the COVID-19 pandemic which requires computation and/or data resources will be considered. According to

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