iVEC is an unincorporated joint venture between CSIRO, Curtin University, Edith Cowan University, Murdoch University and the University of Western Australia and is supported by the Western Australian Government.
Magnus enters global Top500 at #41
The Pawsey Supercomputing Centre’s newly upgraded “Magnus” supercomputer has debuted in the latest Top500 list at #41.
Pawsey wins National Project Management Achievement Award
The Pawsey Project and CSIRO have won a prestigious National PMAA under the category of ICT and Telecommunications.
iVEC and the SKA
The Square Kilometre Array (SKA) is an international project to build a next-generation radio telescope, which will be 50 times more sensitive and able to survey 10,000 times faster than today’s most advanced telescopes.
Photomosaic – ‘SKA Satellites on the Murchison’
iVEC selected three different pieces of art from two aboriginal artists to adorn its supercomputers. A photomosaic of ‘SKA Satellites on the Murchison’, created by iVEC@UWA Director, is available to allow a unique view of this amazing artwork.
The canonical simulation
of respiratory airflow
The image shows a high resolution simulation performed on Magnus of airflow and expansion (breathing) of a lung.
Modelling Enhanced Oil Recovery
This supercomputer simulation shows a residual oil phase (red) being displaced by water (blue) in a heterogeneous oil reservoir during water injection.
Cosmic Web Simulation
In the image A simulated ‘dwarf’ galaxy forming when the Universe was half its current age.
Credit: Paul Bourke, Robert Crain and Alan Duffy
The Sydney-Kormoran Project
Top left: archival photograph of the HMAS Sydney and recent photograph of the torpedo tubes 2.5km underwater. Bottom left: 3D reconstruction of torpedo tubes. Right: 3D reconstruction of the bow section.