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The Pawsey Supercomputing Centre are a Tier-1 facility in Australia which enables amazing, ground-breaking science across the nation. Due to this high profile, we have collected Pawsey coverage across a range of national and international media publications.
7 May 2024

WHPC+ Australasia and AMD Diversity and Inclusion Breakfast

WHPC+ Australasia and AMD invite you to attend a community networking breakfast from 7:00 to 8:20am at the Westin Perth, in the Banksia Room. WHPC+ was created to promote diversity in the HPC industry by encouraging new people into the field and retaining those who are already here. Connect with us! Click here to join

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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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22 February 2024

WHPC D&I Networking event (SC Asia 2024)

In collaboration with the Pawsey Supercomputing Research Centre and AWS, the Women in HPC Australasian Chapter extends a warm invitation for you to attend a special Diversity and Inclusion Networking Event. This event follows an insightful Diversity and Inclusion panel at the SCAsia 2024 (SCA24) conference. Please note, you do not have to be registered for

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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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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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10 October 2023

PaCER Hackathon and Conference: A Collaborative Success Story

Perth, Western Australia – The Pawsey Supercomputing Research Centre kicked off a three-day hackathon, on September 18, marking the beginning of its third Pawsey Centre for Extreme Scale Readiness (PaCER) conference week. The event was hosted in Perth and drew over 60 participants, including Australian researchers and industry speakers from around the world, both in-person

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13 June 2023

ALCS2023: Australasian Leadership Computing Symposium

ALCS23 will be Australasia’s research supercomputing users’ forum, as well as a flagship promotion of High-Performance Computing and Data (HPCD) and artificial intelligence (AI), powered by national infrastructure at scale in Australasia. The symposium will bring together a multidisciplinary mix of scientists for collaborative, technical and network building sessions across three days. ALCS aims to showcase

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10 May 2023

Pawsey and Xanadu form a global partnership to create opportunities for Australian quantum scientists

Pawsey Supercomputing Research Centre (Pawsey) and Canadian quantum computing company Xanadu have signed a memorandum of understanding to work together and test the capabilities of integrating high-performance computing (HPC) and quantum computing technologies. The teams will leverage their existing hardware and algorithms expertise to improve the integration between Pawsey’s HPC and Xanadu’s quantum computing hardware

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4 May 2023

A Technical Introduction to UK Met Office Next Generation Weather And Climate Modelling System (Toward Exascale)

This talk will focus on the latest developments within the NGMS LFRic project, a replacement for the Met Office weather and climate model based on a separation of concerns approach splitting the natural science code from the computational optimisations. The talk provides details on on-going improvements to the performance and implementation of the full global

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