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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.
30 April 2024

Visualisation Competition

We’re excited to announce that Pawsey will host a two-day Visualisation Conference during the week of July 22, 2024. This event will feature a Visualisation Competition where participants can showcase their work through a brief presentation and submit their research data as either a video or an interactive visualisation, including a virtual or mixed reality

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9 April 2024

World Quantum Day 2024: Pawsey Open House

🚀 Embark on a Journey into the Quantum Realm as we celebrate ‘World Quantum Day’! 🚀 Join us for our send annual World Quantum Day Open House at the Pawsey Supercomputing Research Center! 📅 Date: 9th April 2024 🕒 Time: 90-minute sessions run from 9.00 am to 3.30 pm (Book your time slot below. Visitor

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21 March 2024

Harmony Day 2024 @ Pawsey: Everyone Belongs!

Whether you’re interested in black holes or quokkas or self-driving cars or quantum – Everyone Belongs @ Pawsey! 🧪🔬📚 Join us on 21 March to learn about the many cool types of research and science being done at Pawsey. You’ll also meet Setonix, Pawsey’s main supercomputer – the most powerful public science supercomputer in the

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6 July 2022

Pawsey Work Experience Call for Students

Did you know… That Perth will soon be home to the most powerful supercomputer in the Southern Hemisphere? That there is AMAZING science and research being done right here in Perth and up the road, in the Murchison? That teleportation is “a thing”? That you have a “personal brand” that is uniquely yours? And, that

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Chimeric Antigen Receptors (CARs, purple) on the surface of a killer T cell (blue)
1 February 2022

Nebula: New web-based remote visualisation Windows cluster is now available

Welcome Nebula! We are delighted to announce our new Windows-based visualisation cluster which will make it easier for researchers to access and build visualisations. Nebula is available via the web, which means researchers can access this resource on the fly without needing to install any client software on their laptops. It will also support touch-enabled

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