Supercomputing In Australia Scores A $140 Million Upgrade

Supercomputing In Australia Scores A $140 Million Upgrade

Perth’s Pawsey Supercomputing Centre, and ANU’s National Computational Infrastructure facility have just scored $140 million in the 2018 Federal Budget, announced tonight.

The Pawsey Supercomputing Centre helps advance medical research, nanotechnology, mining, construction and urban planning with high-speed calculations.

It supports research to maximise combustion in supersonic engines and model the physics of extreme waves to capture energy.

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