NCI is pleased to announce the recipients of grants for Q4 2023 through our popular Adapter Allocation Scheme. The successful recipients include researchers investigating safety in hydrogen storage, occurrences of lightning-ignited bushfires and quantum computer design.

This latest round of the Adapter Scheme will support 53 research teams to conduct their work on NCI’s world-class supercomputing, big data and artificial intelligence infrastructure. This will provide researchers with computing time on the Gadi supercomputer as well as access to nationally significant data collections, specialised virtual analysis tools and optimised software platforms to speed up and simplify the scientific research process.

NCI Acting User Services Manager Javed Shaikh, says, “The Adapter Scheme continues to support Australian researchers with innovative projects across the scientific disciplines. This round of allocations features universities around the country and a wide array of topics from honeybees to bushfires, water filtration and superconductors.”

The Adapter Allocation Scheme is supported by funding from the Department of Education through the National Collaborative Research Infrastructure Strategy.

Find out more about the Adapter Allocation Scheme and find the names of all recipients on the scheme website.

The logo for the Adapter scheme, with NCI in the background