Gadi is Australia’s most powerful supercomputer, a highly parallel cluster comprising more than 150,000 processor cores on ten different types of compute nodes. Gadi accommodates a wide range of tasks, from running climate models to genome sequencing, from designing molecules to astrophysical modelling. 

Introduction to Gadi - Part 1 is designed for new users, or users that want a refresher on the basics of Gadi.

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This event is part of the Australia-wide Data Science Week, organised by NCI, the Pawsey Supercomputing Centre, the WA Data Science Innovation Hub and Curtin University.