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  • Intersect Australia

    Intersect helps researchers increase their impact through expert people, a vibrant member...

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    Intersect Australia https://dresa.org.au/content_providers/intersect-australia Intersect helps researchers increase their impact through expert people, a vibrant member community and innovative technologies. Our services are targeted at enhancing capability (skills) through training and capacity (resources) of organisations, disciplines and research groups through an embedded team of experts. Intersect provides an extensive range of technology-focused training to researchers and higher degree research (HDR) students across Australia including training courses at the awareness, introductory, and intermediate to advanced levels, covering the breadth of research-relevant digital tools and technologies. The training is delivered by Intersect’s team of experts. /system/content_providers/images/000/000/008/original/atomic.s.taglogo.rgb_3x.png?1633564459
  • Pawsey Supercomputing Research Centre

    The Pawsey Supercomputing Research Centre is 1 of 2 Tier 1 supercomputing centres in...

    7 training material
    0 upcoming event (33 past event)
    Pawsey Supercomputing Research Centre https://dresa.org.au/content_providers/pawsey-supercomputing-research-centre The Pawsey Supercomputing Research Centre is 1 of 2 Tier 1 supercomputing centres in Australia. Pawsey prides itself on incorporating a range of best practices, features and solutions. Key features of the Centre include: - A purpose-built supercomputing building of more than 1000 m2 at Technology Park in Kensington, Western Australia; complete with scalable cooling and electrical services, to accommodate for expanding supercomputing infrastructure within the facility - A unique groundwater cooling system for removing heat from the supercomputer and dissipating this heat via an aquifer, 140 metres below the Centre, with no loss of groundwater. A photovoltaic system which has been incorporated into the building’s shaded façade, plus an extensive PV array on the roof of the building - This installation generates 140 kW of electricity onsite, which acts to offset the electrical and CO2 footprint of the Supercomputing Centre - Automated ‘intelligence’ incorporated into the building, with real-time monitoring, to facilitate efficient operation and support fine tuning of operations to reduce overall power costs /system/content_providers/images/000/000/004/original/PAW_RGB_H.png?1633498197