Australian Chief Scientist turns on the new MASSIVE computer, M3
Australian research was given a boost on the 29th of February through a new and major investment into MASSIVE -- a five-year collaboration between Monash University, CSIRO and the Australian Synchrotron.
MASSIVE (Multi-modal Australian ScienceS Imaging and Visualisation Environment) is a high performance computing facility designed specifically to process complex data. Since 2010, MASSIVE has played a key role in driving discoveries across many disciplines including biomedical sciences, materials research, engineering and geosciences.
High performance computing helps to build bridges between industry and academia while accelerating research translation. To support both, Monash University has invested a further $4.1m in this new $5.7m project to fund a new high performance computing capability, M3.
National Computational Merit Allocation Scheme Call For Applications for 2016
The 2016 application round for the National Computational Merit Allocation Scheme (NCMAS) is now open [and closes on Friday 16 October 2015].
MASSIVE Research Stories: Using MASSIVE to Develop Atomic Imaging Techniques
Uncovering the secrets of the immune system, one molecule at a time.
MASSIVE is playing a key role in the global quest to map the molecular mechanics of the immune system, enabling discoveries that will contribute to the development of a wide range of vaccines and therapeutics.
New Partnerships: ARC Centres of Excellence
MASSIVE is pleased to announce two new partnerships with Australian Research Council (ARC) Centres of Excellence.