User Newsletter Q4 2014
Welcome to the first of our quarterly newsletters focused on providing important updates to MASSIVE users. In this newsletter we provide essential information on managing CPU allocations and alert you to the upcoming application round of the National Computational Merit Allocation Scheme (NCMAS). We also update you on some major operational initiatives enabling MASSIVE to better serve you into 2015 and beyond. Finally we provide a few tips on making best use of MASSIVE today. Read more ...
National Computational Merit Allocation Scheme Call For Applications for 2015
The 2015 application round for the National Computational Merit Allocation Scheme (NCMAS) [opened on] Wednesday 1 October 2014 [and closes on Friday 31 October 2014]. NCMAS is the principal, merit-based access program for allocation of high-performance computing resources in Australia. Read more ...
MASSIVE Research Stories: Modelling Novel Alloys
Researchers from the Australian Nuclear Science and Technology Organisation (ANSTO) Nuclear Materials Modelling and Characterisation program are using MASSIVE to simulate the fundamental structure-property relationships of nuclear materials. Read more ...
MASSIVE Research Stories: Neuroimaging
Large Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) studies require vast amounts of processing to analyse all of the data collected and to unlock the knowledge within. MASSIVE is helping neuroscientists to tackle this processing problem by providing tailored environments for high throughput neuroanalysis. MASSIVE currently supports over 25 Australian neuroscience research projects that include scientists who are making significant Australian-led advances in neuroscience. Read more ...
MASSIVE Annual Report 2013
The MASSIVE Annual Report 2013 has just been published and describes the work we've undertaken and the successes we achieved in the last 12 months. Download it here to learn more about the range or services and capabilities we've developed, including our instrument integration program and the Characterisation Virtual Laboratory.
OzViz 2013 Exhibition Video and Gallery