MASSIVE is developed by the Australian Synchrotron, CSIRO, Monash University and VPAC, with funding from the State government of Victoria and the National Compute Infrastructure (NCI).
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The Multi-modal Australian ScienceS Imaging and Visualisation Environment (MASSIVE) is an Australian high performance computing facility for computational imaging and visualisation. The objective of the MASSIVE facility is to provide the hardware, software and expertise help scientist apply advanced imaging and visualisation techniques across a wide range of scientific fields and to stimulate advanced research into imaging and applications that will be exploited across a range of imaging modalities, including synchrotron imaging, neuroimaging, electron microscopy and microscopy.
- Two high performance computing facilities, located at the Australian Synchrotron and Monash University, that will be designed for data processing and visualisation;
- Specialised imaging and visualisation software and databases;
- Expertise in visualisation, image processing, image analysis and GPU computing.
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