The Pawsey Supercomputing Centre



Live ASKAP data hits Galaxy

By • January 19th, 2017

Pawsey radio-astronomy supercomputer Galaxy has begun storing live data streamed from the Australian Square Kilometre Array Pathfinder (ASKAP) telescope in northern WA. ASKAP is now producing an enormous 5.2 terabytes (15% of global Internet traffic) of data per second, which is processed on site and then streamed down to Galaxy and stored at the ratemore…

New employment opportunities at Pawsey

By • December 19th, 2016

  SUPERCOMPUTING APPLICATIONS SPECIALIST Are you passionate about developing supercomputing applications? Join the highly skilled team at The Pawsey Supercomputing Centre Support research areas such as radio astronomy, energy and resources Pawsey Supercomputing Centre has two positions available for Supercomputing Application Specialists. Led by the Head of Supercomputing, Pawsey’s Supercomputing Team is responsible for providing the infrastructuremore…

Magnus makes number one… again

By • December 6th, 2016
Magnus makes number one… again

Pawsey is excited to announce that for the third year running Magnus has been awarded the Top500 certificate for the number one system in the Australia and Oceania region. The supercomputer, Magnus, remains the only Australian supercomputer in the top 100 of the Top500 list. The Top500 award was presented to the Pawsey staff at themore…

Pawsey Supercomputing Centre is at SC16

By • November 15th, 2016

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 frommore…