Staff from the Pawsey Supercomputing Centre are in Salt Lake City this week attending to SC16. If you are at the Conference come into the Pawsey booth (No. 637), grab one of our famous wombats, and have a chat.
From Monday evening, we will be showcasing some of our research projects such as the shipwrecks from the deep – world’s biggest 3d photo reconstruction, stopping oil spills on our beaches, pest prevention for African farmers, and the amazing technicolor GLEAMscope.
Our supercomputing and data experts will be on hand to discuss our services and infrastructure and to answer any questions about the Centre.
Daniel Grimwood from Pawsey will be presenting a poster at the Lower Lobby Concourse, Exhibit Hall E – Booth 104, from 5.15pm on Tuesday. Poster 59, “Data-Driven Workflows on Crays with Hybrid Scheduling: A Case Study of Celera on Magnus,” will present an example of data-driven workflows running on a SLURM+ALPS scheduled Cray machine at Pawsey Supercomputing Centre.
Tim Tam talks
Join us for our “Tim Tam talks” on Tuesday to Thursday from 12 pm. Grab a spot on the couch and munch on Tim Tams (Australian chocolate biscuits) while Pawsey staff present on various topics. Learn about how we are working with researchers to find flight MH370, to improve maritime safety or get some tips on building a supercomputing data centre. Also, find out about the large spectrum scale file systems backup, the National eResearch Collaboration Tools and Resources (NeCTAR) cloud for Australian researchers, and the Maali system, a Software Build Tool.
For the full program click here.