Tag: supercomputing

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.
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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11 May 2023

C/C++ “Survival”

The C++ programming language and its C subset is used extensively in research environments. In particular it is the language utilised in the parallel programming frameworks CUDA, HIP, and OpenCL. The upcoming workshops from Pawsey on HIP and OpenCL use examples written in basic C++, and it is vital that attendees have a working knowledge

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4 April 2023

Evaluate Application Performance using TAU and E4S (April 4-5)

This workshop is offered hybrid: both in-person and virtual/online. It is a 2-day event, April 4-5, from 9:30am – 3:30pm AWST. There is a limited number of seats, so please register ONLY if you plan to attend both days. This workshop is for computational scientists who want to evaluate the performance of their parallel, scientific

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A picture of the virtual conference in Gather
24 February 2023

Supercharging Talent: The Pawsey Summer Internship Program 

The Pawsey Summer Internship Program has recently wrapped up, marking yet another successful year for the initiative. The program, which is open to third year through masters and PhD students, is designed to develop skills in computational science and research projects through immersion in the field.   It is an opportunity for emerging talent in

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21 February 2023

Slurm Advanced Training 21-24 February 2023

The training is offered virtual/online only. It is a 4-day event, 3 hours per day (from 9am – 12noon (AWST)). There are a limited number of seats available, so register only if you plan to attend all days.   This course is targeted at HPC users who are at an intermediate (or higher) level. Attendees should

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10 February 2023

2023 summer internship showcase

We welcome you to our annual virtual conference celebrating the work and achievements of this year’s summer internship cohort following the completion of a ten-week internship program. This Program offers students a paid internship focused on building skills and experience in computational science and research projects working alongside national and/or international supervisors and collaborators. The

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6 February 2023

Slurm Core Training 6-8 February 2023

Slurm is critical to help you manage supercomputing resources. This course is targeted at new HPC users, who have beginning to intermediate Slurm knowledge. The training is a combination of presentation slides, live demo, Q&A and hands-on. The training is offered virtual/online only. It is a 3-day event, 3 hours per day (from 9am –

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20 December 2022

APPLY: International HPC Summer School 2023

Graduate students and postdoctoral scholars from institutions in Canada, Europe, Japan, Australia and the United States are invited to apply for the 12th International High Performance Computing (HPC) Summer School, to be held on July 9-14, 2023 in Atlanta, Georgia, USA, hosted by the Extreme Science and Engineering Discovery Environment (XSEDE). The deadline for application

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14 December 2022

Tutorial on Codee: Automated Code Inspection for Performance

Codee is a software development tool that provides automated code inspection specifically designed to improve the performance of C/C/Fortran applications. Codee brings a systematic, predictable approach by finding and fixing performance issues in the source code that were overlooked by the compiler. The tool scans the C/C/Fortran source code without executing it, and produces a

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15 November 2022

Scaling Correlated Fragment Molecular Orbital Calculations on Summit

If you will be at SC22 in Dallas this year, don’t forget to join Pawsey’s PaCER Project PI Giuseppe Barca as he presents his paper – Scaling Correlated Fragment Molecular Orbital Calculations on Summit. Correlated electronic structure calculations enable an accurate prediction of the physicochemical properties of complex molecular systems; however, the scale of these

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