Science 101: Introduction to High Performance Computing

15 November 2017

The Raijin high performance computer
at the National Computational
Infrastructure at the ANU. Credit: NCI

'High Performance Computing for Geoscience Australia Staff', the latest installment in a Science 101 seminar series, will include an introduction to Geoscience Australia's High Performance Computing (HPC) activities, to working at the NCI, and to other options for HPC. This will be followed by a description of GA's data collections at the NCI and how to access them.

This public talk is presented as part of the Geoscience Australia Wednesday Seminar series. No prior technical knowledge is required. While it will be targeted at a Geoscience Australia audience, it will also be suitable for anyone interested in Geoscience Australia's High Performance Computing program.

The GA Pathways Network is a group of passionate early and mid-career professionals at Geoscience Australia. We come from many backgrounds and represent a range of experiences. We aim to provide resources, opportunities and events that can assist all staff with their personal and career development goals at Geoscience Australia and beyond.

This Science 101 seminar will be presented by David Lescinsky and Alex Ip with an introduction by Carina Kemp. The Science 101 seminar series will provide an introduction to a range of scientific topics related to Geoscience Australia's strategic work priorities.

This talk is presented as part of the Wednesday Seminar Series.

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Date: 15 November 2017
Time: 11.00am
Location: Sir Harold Raggatt Theatre, Geoscience Australia
Cost/bookings: Free, No bookings required
Audience: General
More information: talks@ga.gov.au