9 May 2023 all-day Australia/Perth Timezone
139 St Georges Terrace
Perth WA 6000
Paul Hancock

The showcase will begin with a look back at the history and success of ADACS, and then move into a forward look at new opportunities and needs of the astronomy community. The showcase will be held in person in Perth, and online via WebEx.

The program includes a catered morning tea, lunch, and afternoon tea. Attendees are invited to attend a tour of the Perth Observatory at the end of the day. The entire program is free of charge, including transport to and from the observatory. Spaces on the observatory are limited and must be booked via the registration form.

Preliminary schedule

Start End Event: Description:
09:00 09:30 Welcome event
09:30 10:00 How ADACS supports astronomy Supporting the astronomy community through software development, training, and supercomputing facilities.
10:00 10:30 Supporting ADACS Current funding model for ADACS, project summary from AAL
10:30 10:45 Morning tea
10:45 11:00 Showcase training services A review of ADACS training services
11:00 11:30 Unlocking the Archive: Reprocessing ~30 Tb of Archival Imaging to Create a New Astronomical Data Resource Patrick Clearwater (ADACS@Swinburne) and Ned Taylor (Swinburne)
11:30 12:00 Bringing the Cosmos to Your Screen: Developing Web Apps for Theoretical Astrophysical Data Products Elizabeth Davies (ADACS@Macquarie)
12:00 13:00 Lunch
13:00 13:30 Hunting for forming planets with direct imaging Iain Hammond (Monash) and Srikanth Kompella (ADACS@Curtin)
13:30 13:45 Showcase ADACS HPC support Jarrod Hurley (ADACS@Swinburne)
13:45 14:05 Exploring the legacy of ADACS
14:05 14:35 Afternoon tea
14:35 15:20 Exploring the future needs of the Astronomy community Panel discussion
15:20 15:50 Exploring the future ADACS support Future funding / support models for ADACS
15:50 16:15 Summary and closing remarks
16:15 End
18:30 22:30 Tour of Perth Observatory,

Bus leaves Perth CBD 18:30
Tour is 19:30-21:30
Return to Perth CBD by 22:30

22:30 Return to City