• Location

    15 Innovation Walk Clayton 3800

    Australia

Equipments Details

Description

MASSIVE is an integrative high performance computing (HPC) facility that underpins a wide selection of next-generation Australian instruments and their users. Our capabilities are applied across a range of research disciplines, including biomedical science, materials research, engineering and geosciences. We underpin a range of scientific instruments, including synchrotron X-ray and infrared imaging, functional and structural magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), X-ray computer tomography (CT), electron microscopy and optical microscopy. Our team develops environments and runs facilities to process, analyse and visualise scientific data. MASSIVE is a collaboration between Monash University, CSIRO and ANSTO-Australian Synchrotron.
  • Monash Agent Working Group (MAWG) (External organisation)

    Steve Quenette (Chair/Co-Chair), David Groenewegen (Chair/Co-Chair), Steve White (Chair/Co-Chair), Stephen Dart (Member), Neil Dickson (Member), Philip Chan (Member), Nicholas McPhee (Member), Sandra Ennor (Member), Anitha Kannan (Member) & Dianne Brown (Member)

    2013 → …

    Activity: Industry, Government and Philanthropy Engagement and PartnershipsMembership of an advisory panel/policy group/ board