Auscope Simulation Analysis and Modelling at Monash

Facility/equipment: Facility

  • Location

    15 Innovation Walk

    Building 75

    Monash University

    3800

    Australia

Equipments Details

Description

This facility builds and operates components of the Auscope Simulation Analysis and Modelling (SAM) national research infrastructure. Auscope SAM provides the community with specialised, high quality software to interrogate Earth processes that affect life at its surface.

Our software delivers robust, open-source solutions to outstanding problems in geodynamics, energy, minerals exploration, mining and natural hazards. The national facility underpins research that seeks to digitally recreate Earth processes.

The Monash facility specifically includes Underworld - an open-source, particle-in-cell finite element code tuned for large-scale geodynamics simulations, and Auscope’s participation in the Australian Scalable Drones Cloud.

Research Output

  • 3 Other contribution

AuScope Geothermal Demonstrators - Cooper Basin, South Australia/Queensland, Australia

Quenette, S. & Kirkby, A., 21 Sep 2010, 1 p. Monash University.

Research output: Other contributionOther

Open Access

AuScope Geothermal Demonstrators - Gunnedah, New South Wales, Australia

O'Neill, C. & Quenette, S., 16 Jun 2010, 1 p. Monash University.

Research output: Other contributionOther

Open Access

AuScope Geothermal Demonstrators - Latrobe Valley, Victoria, Australia

Quenette, S., Rawling, T., Musson, A. & Sandiford, M., 15 Jun 2010, 1 p. Monash University.

Research output: Other contributionOther

Open Access