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.
9 December 2021

Appointment of new Pawsey Chair

The Pawsey Supercomputing Research Centre today announced Tim Shanahan has been appointed its new Chair. Mr Shanahan succeeds John Langoulant who had been Pawsey’s Chair since 2014. Mr Shanahan joins Pawsey’s board with more than 20 years’ experience in leading and driving performance across a wide range of industries, including ICT, research, infrastructure, energy, minerals,

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1 December 2020

New atlas of the Universe

The first survey of the entire southern sky was conducted by CSIRO’s Australian Square Kilometre Array Pathfinder (ASKAP) telescope in record speed and detail, creating a new atlas of the Universe. Using ASKAP at CSIRO’s Murchison Radio-astronomy Observatory (MRO) in outback Western Australia, the survey team observed 83 per cent of the entire sky. The

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Quantum Computing for Industry Growth
28 August 2020

Quantum technologies: A new paradigm for industry growth

Following its recent collaboration announcement to develop Australia’s first quantum-supercomputing hub for innovation, the Pawsey Supercomputing Centre hosted its second quantum computing online event, focusing on quantum computing for industry growth. This was an opportunity for over 130 attendees to hear from Australian leaders in the field to understand how quantum computing can benefit their

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14 November 2019

Tender release for Australia’s new research supercomputer

The Pawsey Supercomputing Centre, through CSIRO, has today released on AusTender the major tender in a $70m capital refresh project. Pawsey is tendering for a new supercomputing system that will replace its existing Magnus and Galaxy supercomputers. Funded by a grant from the Australian Government, the infrastructure upgrade will allow Pawsey to keep pace with

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11 November 2019

Three times more storage and performance for SKA pathfinders

As part of the Pawsey Capital Refresh, the Pawsey Supercomputing Centre is boosting high-speed storage for researchers using CSIRO’s Australian Square Kilometre Array Pathfinder (ASKAP)and the Murchison Widefield Array (MWA) radio telescopes by providing three times as much storage and three times as much performance. Supercomputing is often associated with raw processing power, the ability

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1 March 2017

Pulses@Parkes WA

Perth high school students control Parkes Telescope for a day Recently, Perth high school students were able to spend the day with CSIRO radio astronomers and operate the 64 metre-wide Parkes radio telescope from the Pawsey Supercomputing Centre! The Parkes telescope,  a CSIRO-owned radio telescope in NSW, has discovered two-thirds of all pulsars so far

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