Supercomputing @ Swinburne

This is the main page for the Swinburne HPC platform.


OzSTAR is the current supercomputer at Swinburne University of Technology


“In one second, the machine can perform 10,000 calculations
for every one of the 100 billion stars in our own galaxy.”

— Professor Matthew Bailes, OzGrav Director

GPU Supercomputing

OzSTAR is an evolution of the GPU Supercomputer for Theoretical Astrophysics Research (gSTAR) program that was part of the previous Green II machine

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Latest News

Featured Projects

Theoretical Astrophysical Observatory (TAO)

GPU-Enabled, High-Resolution, cosmological MicroLensing parameter survey (GERLUMPH)

Tera-scale Astronomical Data Analysis and Visualization (GraphTIVA)

Swinburne Pulsar Portal: real-time supercomputing processing of “big data”



Partners / Acknowledgements

OzSTAR and Green II are managed through the Centre for Astrophysics & Supercomputing, and maintained by Swinburne ITS. The supercomputing program receives continued financial support for operations from Astronomy Australia Limited
and the Australian Commonwealth Government through the National Collaborative
Research Infrastructure Strategy (NCRIS).