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Women in HPC Australian Chapter
An Australasian Chapter of the global organisation Women in High Performance Computing (WHPC) is aiming to better support diversity within and across the Australian and New Zealand HPC and eResearch sectors.
MASSIVE Specialised Merit Allocation through NCMAS
MASSIVE is an Australian HPC facility for data processing, analysis and visualisation. MASSIVE is offering time on its systems  in three specific areas, neuroscience, structural biology, and machine learning, under the National Computational Merit Allocation Scheme. 
National Computational Merit Allocation Scheme 2021
The National Computational Merit Allocations Scheme 2021 Call for Applications (NCMAS2021) is now open. NCMAS is the premier allocation scheme for meritorious access to Australian national supercomputing facilities. The 2021 round will provide more than 350 million service units of computing time across four facilities: NCI Australia’s Gadi, Pawsey Supercomputing Centre’s Magnus, The University of Queensland’s FlashLite, and MASSIVE.
Understanding Cell Surface Receptors for Better Pharmacuticals
Understanding the nature of consciousness
At Monash University’s Turner Institute for Brain and Mental Health, Tsuchiya is exploring some fundamental neuroscientific questions about the boundary between conscious and unconscious, and what happens in the brain when we slip from one conscious state to the other.
NVIDIA Annual Graduate Fellowship Program
NVIDIA has launched our 19th Annual Graduate Fellowship Program, which advances the frontiers of science by awarding grants and providing technical support to graduate students who are doing outstanding GPU-based research.
MASSIVE is hiring!
Monash eResearch and MASSIVE are seeking two staff to join our team: Senior Research Community Manager Research DevOps Systems Engineer (HEW 8 or 9)
NCMAS 2020 Call for Applications is open
The National Computational Merit Allocation Scheme (NCMAS) 2020 Call for Applications is open. Access to MASSIVE is available through the NCMAS. To begin your application and to find information about NCMAS 2020 head to https://ncmas.nci.org.au/2020/info