Allocations displayed below were determined in a meeting of the National Computational Merit Allocation Committee.

  • All values are kilo-service units (kSU). 1 service unit (SU) does not necessarily equal 1 cpu-hour. Please refer to each facility's documentation for more information on their charging rates.
  • An EMPTY cell indicates that no request was made for that HPC facility.
  • A ZERO (0) allocation indicates a Committee decision NOT to allocate resources from that HPC facility.
Project ID Lead CI Institution Project Title Allocations (kSU)
MASSIVE Gadi Setonix CPU Setonix GPU Total
NCMAS-2022-111 Igor Bray Curtin University of Technology Atomic Collision Theory 500 2,000 5,000 7,500
NCMAS-2022-137 Catherine Stampfl University of Sydney First-Principles Investigations of Processes and Properties in Catalysis, Coatings, and Devices 4,000 4,000
NCMAS-2022-24 Claudio Cazorla University of NSW Nano-structured multifunctional materials for solid-state cooling (continuation project) 500 500 1,000
NCMAS-2022-157 Mark Krumholz Australian National University Star Formation and Feedback in a Turbulent Interstellar Medium 11,000 11,000
NCMAS-2022-101 Philipp Bayer University of Western Australia Machine learning for plant genomics 500 1,000 1,500
NCMAS-2022-76 Katrin Meissner University of NSW Abrupt climate change events in the past, present and future 5,000 5,000
NCMAS-2022-120 Michelle Coote Australian National University Computer-aided Chemical Design of Catalysts and Control Agents 6,000 6,000
NCMAS-2022-21 Matthew Field James Cook University Developing Bioinformatics Capability to Diagnose Infectious Diseases using Clinical Metagenomics 800 800
NCMAS-2022-70 David Edwards University of Western Australia Analysis of complex genomes 500 1,000 1,500
NCMAS-2022-27 Sean Li University of NSW Accelerate Functional Material Designs Using Artificial Inetelligence 500 500
NCMAS-2022-55 Suresh Bhatia University of Queensland Interfacial Barriers for the Transport of Nanoconfined Fluids 0 500 1,000 1,500
NCMAS-2022-105 Neha Gandhi Queensland University of Technology Computational simulations of biomolecules involved in DNA repair pathways and the extracellular matrix 500 500
NCMAS-2022-135 Luming Shen University of Sydney Modelling high strain rate responses of unsaturated porous media 500 500
NCMAS-2022-132 Sang Lee University of South Australia Novel whole-genome approaches to capture the latent genetic architecture of complex traits 1,500 1,500
NCMAS-2022-118 Richard O'Hair University of Melbourne Catalysis and Organometallic Chemistry 500 500
NCMAS-2022-30 Rongkun Zheng University of Sydney Understanding the growth-structure-property relationships in functional materials from density-functional theory calculations 500 500
NCMAS-2022-140 Callum Shakespeare Australian National University Parameterising unresolved ocean dynamics and thermodynamics 1,500 1,500
NCMAS-2022-138 Julian Gale Curtin University of Technology Atomistic Simulation for Geochemistry and Nanoscience 4,000 6,000 12,000 22,000
NCMAS-2022-10 Maria Forsyth Deakin University Computational investigation of new selective transport materials 1,100 1,100
NCMAS-2022-75 Steven Sherwood University of NSW Rethinking atmospheric physics to resolve climate enigmas 1,500 1,500
NCMAS-2022-125 Ian Young University of Melbourne Global and regional projections of ocean wave climate over the 21st century 1,000 1,000
NCMAS-2022-92 Jason Evans University of NSW Regional Climate Modelling in Australia 750 500 2,000 3,250
NCMAS-2022-122 Alister Page University of Newcastle Quantum Chemical Modelling of Nanoscale Chemical Processes 500 500
NCMAS-2022-109 Wei Wen University of NSW Joint Analysis of Imaging and Genomic Data to Study the Structure and Function of Human Brain 500 500
NCMAS-2022-52 Eduardo Eyras Australian National University Comprehensive characterisation of the ribosomal DNA in brain cancer 2,000 2,000
NCMAS-2022-136 Naotsugu Tsuchiya Monash University Computational approaches towards the neuronal basis of consciousness 75 75
NCMAS-2022-115 George Zhao University of Queensland Atomic-Scale Design of Electrode Materials for Sodium-Ion Batteries and Sodium-Sulfur Batteries 500 500 1,000
NCMAS-2022-7 Timothy Duignan University of Queensland Predicting electrolyte solution properties from first principles. 1,000 1,000
NCMAS-2022-17 Aibing Yu Monash University Simulation and Modelling of Particulate Systems 2,000 1,500 1,500 5,000
NCMAS-2022-11 Brian Yates University of Tasmania Designing Better Catalysts 500 500
NCMAS-2022-5 Elizabeth Krenske University of Queensland Computational Investigations of Molecular Structure and Reactivity 1,500 1,500
NCMAS-2022-40 Nicolas Flament University of Wollongong 4D relationships between supercontinents and mantle convection 500 500
NCMAS-2022-41 Simon Ringer University of Sydney Exploring structure-property correlations in advanced materials: Nexus between computational simulation and atomic resolution microscopy 6,000 4,000 5,000 15,000
NCMAS-2022-146 Yun Wang Griffith University A theoretical understanding of electrocatalytic reactions for hydrogen economy under industrial conditions 1,000 900 1,500 3,400
NCMAS-2022-104 Rhodri Davies Australian National University Revealing the 4-D Evolution of Earth's Engine 1,000 1,000
NCMAS-2022-156 Lars Goerigk University of Melbourne Theoretical and Computational Quantum Chemistry Including Development of Computational Methods and Computational Materials Science 1,400 1,400
NCMAS-2022-47 Hugh Blackburn Monash University Simulation of Transitional and Turbulent Flows for Engineering Applications 500 500 1,000 2,000
NCMAS-2022-95 Nicole STANFORD University of South Australia A first principles approach to understanding real engineering materials 700 700
NCMAS-2022-19 Aijun Du Queensland University of Technology Nanomaterials for Energy, Nanoelectronics and Environmental Applications: Contribution from Modelling towards Rational Design 4,000 4,000 2,500 10,500
NCMAS-2022-112 Martin Lambert University of Adelaide Unveiling the physics of unsteady turbulent flows by using direct numerical simulation 500 500 1,000 2,000
NCMAS-2022-49 Maryam Ghodrat UNSW Canberra CFD Simulation of fire-wind interaction and its effect on buildings in bushfire prone areas 500 500
NCMAS-2022-46 Rey Cheng Chin University of Adelaide Numerical simulations of rough wall turbulence: A control's approach 3,000 1,000 3,000 7,000
NCMAS-2022-31 Fabio Capitanio Monash University 4-D Numerical Models of Plate Tectonics on Earth and other planets 1,500 1,500
NCMAS-2022-152 Megan O'Mara Australian National University Modelling the dynamics of the cell membrane 3,000 1,000 4,000
NCMAS-2022-141 Susanna Guatelli University of Wollongong Development of Monte Carlo particle transport simulation tools for bio-medical applications 500 500
NCMAS-2022-68 Elizabeth Ritchie-Tyo UNSW Canberra Tropical Cyclone Studies 500 500
NCMAS-2022-16 Yuantong Gu Queensland University of Technology Atomistic investigation on the mechanical and thermal transport properties of nanocomposites 500 500
NCMAS-2022-66 Jian-Feng Nie Monash University Large-scale atomic simulations of chemical short-range ordered solute clusters and lattice defects in Mg and Zn alloys by DFT calculations and deep learning 1,500 1,200 1,200 3,900
NCMAS-2022-158 Martina Lessio University of NSW Computational Design of Metal-Organic Frameworks for Heavy Metal Removal from Water 500 500
NCMAS-2022-143 Justin Leontini Swinburne University of Technology Oscillatory flows in complex geometries 1,000 500 1,000 2,500
NCMAS-2022-59 John Young UNSW Canberra Fluid-Structure Interactions in Biological and Biomedical Systems 1,000 1,000
NCMAS-2022-45 Difei Deng UNSW Canberra Rainfall Study Following the Landfall of Tropical Cyclones over Australia 500 500
NCMAS-2022-90 Merlinde Kay University of NSW Australian Solar Resource Assessment and Forecasting 500 500
NCMAS-2022-100 Michael Richardson Macquarie University Human-AI: Developing Artificial Agents for Multiagent and Human-AI Teaming 50 50
NCMAS-2022-48 Tim Silk Deakin University Neuroimaging of the Children's Attention Project (NICAP) 50 50
NCMAS-2022-81 Moninya Roughan University of NSW Advancing dynamical understanding in the East Australian Current Optimising the ocean observation and prediction effort 1,000 1,000
NCMAS-2022-32 Daniel Chung University of Melbourne Direct numerical simulation of wall-bounded and buoyancy-driven turbulent flows 3,500 2,000 4,500 10,000
NCMAS-2022-64 Liangzhi Kou Queensland University of Technology 2D functional materials for physical and chemical applications 1,500 1,500
NCMAS-2022-26 Martin Singh Monash University Understanding climate change and variability using idealised and comprehensive climate models 1,900 1,900
NCMAS-2022-85 Richard Sandberg University of Melbourne High-fidelity simulations of turbulent flows in power generation and transport 7,000 10,000 19,000 36,000
NCMAS-2022-149 Christoph Federrath Australian National University From Interstellar Turbulence to the Formation of Stars 18,000 18,000
NCMAS-2022-6 Michelle Spencer Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology Modelling Nanoscale Materials for Sensing and Device Applications 2,000 3,000 2,000 7,000
NCMAS-2022-72 Ashish Sharma University of NSW Dynamical downscaling hydro-climatic simulations for water resources planning and management in a changing climate 500 500
NCMAS-2022-18 Irene Yarovsky Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology Theoretical Investigation of novel materials for industrial and biomedical applications 3,500 4,000 7,000 14,500
NCMAS-2022-128 Yuan-Sen Ting Australian National University Modeling Spectra of Stars: 3D Magneto-Hydrodynamical Stellar Atmosphere, Non-Equilibrium Radiative Transfer, and Machine Learning Generative Models 9,500 9,500
NCMAS-2022-79 Jack Evans University of Adelaide Simulations of dynamic materials for heterogeneous catalysis 500 500
NCMAS-2022-153 Andrew Hung Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology Developing New Treatments for Pain 500 500 1,250 2,250
NCMAS-2022-20 Jared Cole Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology The materials science of next generation quantum devices. 750 750
NCMAS-2022-106 Tim Gould Griffith University HPC-enabled rational design of energy storage materials 500 500
NCMAS-2022-38 Cheong Xin Chan University of Queensland Comparative and Evolutionary Genomics of Microbes from Diverse Environments 4,000 4,000
NCMAS-2022-126 Joel Brugger Monash University Thermodynamics of the Earth’s metal factory 500 1,000 1,500
NCMAS-2022-23 Ziqi Sun Queensland University of Technology Two-Dimensional Oxides Supported Non-noble Single-atom for Sustainable Fuel Generations 1,000 1,000
NCMAS-2022-2 Andrew Christofferson Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology Multiscale computational investigation of materials and biomolecules for health, environmental, and commercial applications 500 500 1,000 2,000
NCMAS-2022-25 Santiago Badia Monash University Towards large-scale inverse solvers for subsurface problems with stochastic interfaces 750 750
NCMAS-2022-121 Ting Liao Queensland University of Technology Computational Design of Two-Dimensional Hybrids Based Nanomaterials for Sustainable Energy Application 500 500
NCMAS-2022-89 Haibo Yu University of Wollongong Computer simulations of molecular systems and computer-aided molecular design 1,800 500 1,000 3,300
NCMAS-2022-22 Dino Spagnoli University of Western Australia Computer Simulations of Co-Crystal and Defect Formations in Solids 500 1,000 1,500
NCMAS-2022-53 Oleg Tretiakov University of NSW Thermoelectric and Magnetic Properties of Topological Materials 500 500
NCMAS-2022-50 Patrick Burr University of NSW Hydrogen-induced materials degradation 200 3,000 750 2,000 5,950
NCMAS-2022-99 Lloyd Hollenberg University of Melbourne Quantum Computer Device Simulations 500 500 1,000
NCMAS-2022-71 Amir Karton University of Western Australia High-level quantum chemistry: From theory to thermochemical and biochemical application 1,600 1,600
NCMAS-2022-28 Damien Batstone University of Queensland Computational Fluid Dynamics for Sewage and Wastewater Treatment Infrastructure 3,500 3,500
NCMAS-2022-61 Ekaterina Pas Monash University Large-scale calculations for selection and design of materials for applications in Catalysis, Renewable Energy and Medical Engineering 1,000 1,000
NCMAS-2022-84 Vanessa Hayes University of Sydney Resolving Prostate Cancer Health Disparities Through Population-scale Genomic Interrogation 500 500
NCMAS-2022-60 Federico Maggi University of Sydney Global soil and water resource in a changing climate 500 500
NCMAS-2022-58 Ravichandar Babarao Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology In silico design of nanomaterials for energy and environmental sustainability applications 500 500 1,000 2,000
NCMAS-2022-74 Richmond Lee University of Wollongong Computationally-Guided Catalysis & Molecular Design 1,000 1,000
NCMAS-2022-8 Reuben Kirkham Monash University Navigation-Documentation Simulations 500 500
NCMAS-2022-119 Alisa Glukhova University of Melbourne Application of cryo-electron microscopy to structure determination of proteins and protein complexes involved in cell signal transduction and therapeutically relevant biologics against COVID-19 70 70
NCMAS-2022-129 Rajib Rahman University of NSW Multiscale Multiphysics Simulations of Silicon Quantum Information Processing Units 4,000 4,000
NCMAS-2022-80 Christopher Leonardi University of Queensland Direct numerical simulation of complex fracture flows for geoscientific applications 0 500 1,000 1,500
NCMAS-2022-29 Dietmar Mueller University of Sydney Earth dynamics and resources over the last billion years 4,000 4,000
NCMAS-2022-3 Levin Kuhlmann Monash University AI for Neurology and Brain imaging 900 900
NCMAS-2022-9 Andrew Ooi University of Melbourne Gravity Current Driven Smoke Dispersion In a Stratified Ambient 500 3,000 3,500
NCMAS-2022-83 Mark Thompson Monash University Transition, stability and control of bluff body flows 2,000 2,000 3,000 7,000
NCMAS-2022-44 Zhe Liu University of Melbourne Integrated Computational Materials Engineering for Energy Materials 2,500 1,500 3,500 7,500
NCMAS-2022-145 David Huang University of Adelaide Multi-scale modelling of soft condensed matter in functional materials 500 500
NCMAS-2022-36 Claire Vincent University of Melbourne Clouds, rain and Climate: Mapping a hierarchy of cloud and rainfall processes to our global climate system. 2,000 2,000
NCMAS-2022-133 Yan Jiao University of Adelaide Design Clean Energy Conversion and Storage Materials by Molecular Modelling 1,900 1,900 3,800
NCMAS-2022-148 Joseph Horvat University of Wollongong Blue shift of terahertz absorption lines for molecular crystals 500 500
NCMAS-2022-130 David Thomas Garvan Institute of Medical Research A whole genome study to map heritable risk in sarcoma 750 750
NCMAS-2022-103 Evelyne Deplazes University of Queensland Towards realistic models of permeability and pore formation in biological membranes 500 1,000 1,500
NCMAS-2022-116 Fatemeh Salehi Macquarie University Turbulent spray flows 500 500
NCMAS-2022-77 Julio Soria Monash University Investigations of transitional and turbulent shear flows using direct numerical simulations and large eddy simulations 8,000 9,000 10,000 27,000
NCMAS-2022-78 Aman G. Kidanemariam University of Melbourne Direct numerical simulation of turbulent shallow flows with deformable free-surface 3,000 3,000
NCMAS-2022-142 Toby Allen Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology Mechanisms of ion channel function and modulation. 500 0 1,000 1,500
NCMAS-2022-97 Boyin Ding University of Adelaide Advanced Control and high fidelity analysis: the fast-track to commercialisation of wave energy converters 500 2,000 2,500
NCMAS-2022-73 Lianzhou Wang University of Queensland Computational Understanding of Semiconductor Nanomaterials for Clean Energy Conversion and Storage 900 900
NCMAS-2022-93 Gregory Sheard Monash University Two-dimensionalisation of MHD turbulence and ultimate horizontal convection regimes 1,500 1,500
NCMAS-2022-94 Hrvoje Tkalcic Australian National University Probing the Australian-Pacific plate boundary by computational seismology: Macquarie Ridge in 3D 3,000 3,000
NCMAS-2022-150 Bram Hoex University of NSW Development of low-cost and earth-abundant oxygen reduction reaction catalysts for anion exchange membrane fuel cells. 2,000 2,000
NCMAS-2022-57 Junming Ho University of NSW Accelerating the Design of Novel Catalysts and Drugs through Computational Chemistry 2,500 1,100 3,600
NCMAS-2022-63 Hongtao Zhu University of Wollongong Carbon Based Tribofilm to improve Engine Performance 700 700
NCMAS-2022-67 Pramod Nair Flinders University Structure-based approaches to guide the discovery of novel anti-cancer agents for the treatment of myelofibrosis 500 500
NCMAS-2022-69 Chris Menictas University of NSW Advancement of High Energy Density Storage Systems 750 750
NCMAS-2022-113 Vincent Wheatley University of Queensland Scramjet-based Access-to-Space and Planetary Entry 3,500 2,000 5,500
NCMAS-2022-39 Adrian Pudsey Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology Aerothermodynamics of High Speed Flight and Enabling Technologies 3,250 3,250
NCMAS-2022-110 Nikhil Medhekar Monash University Enabling Functional Properties of Nanoscale Materials using Atomistic Simulations 4,500 4,000 2,000 10,500
NCMAS-2022-96 Andrew Hogg Australian National University The Ocean’s role in the climate system: from kilometres to global scales, from weeks to centuries 11,000 11,000
NCMAS-2022-15 Michael Kirkpatrick University of Sydney Thermal Stratification and Destratification Processes in Meandering Rivers 500 500
NCMAS-2022-102 Simon Campbell Monash University 3D Simulations of Stars: Turbulence Boundaries and Convective-Reactive Nuclear Burning 3,500 3,500
NCMAS-2022-151 Judy Hart University of NSW Design and development of photoactive and catalytic materials for efficient solar-to-fuel conversion 1,000 1,000
NCMAS-2022-98 Robyn Schofield University of Melbourne Atmospheric composition & chemistry modelling on global, regional & local scales 1,500 1,500
NCMAS-2022-1 Bishakhdatta Gayen University of Melbourne The role of convection and turbulent mixing in ocean circulation 2,000 1,600 3,600 7,200
NCMAS-2022-127 Matthew England University of NSW Past, present and future climate variability and change in the Southern Hemisphere 8,000 8,000
NCMAS-2022-131 Mohsen Talei University of Melbourne Developing predictive tools for cleaner combustion 2,000 2,000 3,000 7,000
NCMAS-2022-88 Debra Bernhardt University of Queensland Exploring new materials, structures and fluids for catalysis, energy technologies and sensors at the molecular level. 2,000 1,750 3,750
NCMAS-2022-139 Sean Smith Australian National University Computational Nanomaterials Science and Engineering 3,500 1,500 5,000 10,000
NCMAS-2022-35 Charlotte Petersen University of Queensland Extracting the hidden structure of glass from particle vibrations 500 500
NCMAS-2022-43 Colin Jackson Australian National University Computational Structural Biology and Protein Engineering 1,200 1,200
NCMAS-2022-134 Ravi Jagadeeshan Monash University Sticky polymers in flow: Nexus between microscopic and macroscopic dynamics 500 500
NCMAS-2022-62 Ben Thornber University of Sydney Compressible Turbulent Flows 2,000 500 2,000 4,500
NCMAS-2022-144 Terry Frankcombe UNSW Canberra Efficient chemical dynamics in gas phase, solid phase and heterogeneous systems 1,000 1,000
NCMAS-2022-54 Mark Knackstedt Australian National University Training Centre for Multiscale 3D Imaging, Modelling and Manufacturing 1,000 1,000
NCMAS-2022-56 Anna Ukkola University of NSW Will an improved land surface model enhance seasonal prediction of drought? 500 500
NCMAS-2022-87 Matthew Hole Australian National University Computational Applications in Equilibrium and Instabilities of Advanced Plasma Confinement Geometries 5,000 5,000
NCMAS-2022-147 Gaetan Burgio Australian National University Uncovering novel phage-bacteria interactions by mining metagenomics datasets 610 610
NCMAS-2022-65 Christina Adler University of Sydney Oral microbiome and tooth decay in children 660 660
NCMAS-2022-33 MengJun Qin Other Australian Government Department Atomistic Simulations of Nuclear Materials 100 500 600
NCMAS-2022-114 Christoph Arns University of NSW Multi-scale multi-physics modelling for geostorage applicatons 8,000 8,000
NCMAS-2022-108 Derek Leinweber University of Adelaide Electromagnetic Structure of Matter 4,000 3,000 9,000 16,000
NCMAS-2022-86 Louis Moresi Australian National University Evolution and dynamics of the Australian lithosphere 500 1,000 1,500
NCMAS-2022-37 Alexander Heger Monash University 3D Simulations of Core-Collapse Supernovae 4,400 1,900 2,700 9,000
NCMAS-2022-154 Thomas Balle University of Sydney Analysis of ligand gated ion channels in realistic membranes by molecular dynamics simulations 750 750
NCMAS-2022-42 Benjamin Galton-Fenzi Australian Antarctic Division Antarctic systems and future change 12,000 12,000
NCMAS-2022-4 Ivan Kassal University of Sydney Charge and energy transport in disordered functional materials 500 500
NCMAS-2022-91 Tiffany Walsh Deakin University Development and application of nano interfacial simulations 1,300 1,100 2,400
NCMAS-2022-123 Evatt Hawkes University of NSW Direct Numerical Simulations of Turbulent Combustion 7,500 7,500 27,000 42,000
NCMAS-2022-155 Asaph Widmer-Cooper University of Sydney Computational Materials Design for Solar Energy Conversion 1,000 1,000 2,000
NCMAS-2022-12 Meredith Jordan University of Sydney Theoretical Investigations of Novel Atmospheric Chemistry Reaction Mechanisms 500 500
NCMAS-2022-51 Mark Hoggard Australian National University Next generation forecasts of 21st century ground motion and sea-level rise across the Indo-Pacific region driven by global climate change 2,000 2,000
NCMAS-2022-34 Adrian Sheppard Australian National University X-ray micro-tomography to probe the structure and properties of complex and hierarchical materials 900 900
NCMAS-2022-117 Liang Cheng University of Western Australia Advanced numerical modelling for developing safer and more efficient ocean infrastructure 8,000 10,000 18,000
NCMAS-2022-82 Matthew Whiting CSIRO ASKAP Pilot Survey Science 1,000 1,700 2,700
NCMAS-2022-14 Alan Mark University of Queensland From molecules to cells Understanding the structural and dynamic properties of cellular components at an atomic level. 500 1,500 1,500 3,500
NCMAS-2022-107 Mitra Safavi-Naeini Other Australian Government Department Dose Quantification in Particle therapy 400 500 900
Total 1,845 300,120 108,700 170,450 581,115