8 Works

Pitch Deck - Exhibition 1

BA Pailthorpe
Baden Pailthorpeā€™s new body of work, Pitch Deck (2017), explores the potential application of financial analysis and machine learning in contemporary art. Combining elements of high quality 3D animation, custom gaming PCs, liquid cooling, roman armour, web scrapers, champagne and startup chic, Pitch Deck is conceived as a pitch to potential investors in a business based on cultural capital. The central form of this body of work is a real company, Petricore Pty Ltd. Borrowing...

Mandatory alcohol and drug treatment: What is it and does it work?

T Vuong, A Ritter, C Hughes, M Shanahan & L Barrett

Literature and practice review: Support to make decisions that promote personal safety and prevent harm

AE Meltzer, S Robinson, Y Proud & K Fisher

UNSW Resource Allocation Scheme at NCI

Every year, the UNSW Resource Allocation Scheme provides UNSW researchers with millions of hours of high performance computing (HPC) resources at NCI (https://nci.org.au), the largest supercomputing facility in Australia. The current peak HPC system at NCI is Gadi, which was ranked the 24th most powerful supercomputer in the world when it was unveiled. Gadi comprises 4266 compute nodes with a total of 185,032 Intel CPU cores, 640 Nvidia V100 GPUs and between 128GB and 3TB...

A world, fully accessible by no living being

B Hester
The project involved three inter-related components involving a cinder-block construction built upon Federation Square, a printed publication (2000 copies distributed free to the public), and ten performative actions dispersed throughout the CBD of Melbourne. The project constituted a series of interventions and infiltrations into the fabric of Melbourne city. The innovation of this project relates to the multiple ways that it critically addresses sculpture in public space, through connecting the monumental with performance, object, publication...

Bulletin No. 26: Models for the Decriminalisation of the Personal Use and Possession of Drugs

A Ritter, C Hughes & M Shanahan

Katana

Katana is a shared computational cluster located on campus at UNSW that has been designed to provide easy access to computational resources for groups working with non-sensitive data. With over 4000 CPU cores spread over a large number of compute nodes each with up to 1Tb of memory, Katana provides a flexible compute environment where users can run jobs that wouldn't be possible or practical on their desktop or laptop.

Temporal Modes of Light in Satellite-to-Earth Quantum Communications: Supplementary Paper

R Malaney, Z Wang & R Aguinaldo

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