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GERLUMPH

GERLUMPH is the GPU-Enabled High Resolution cosmological MicroLensing parameter survey, and comprises nearly 30 Terabytes of data, made up of ~77,000 microlensing magnification maps.  The GERLUMPH data has been in steady use within the cosmological microlensing community, particularly as a dataset that assists with planning for the Legacy Survey of Space and Time (LSST)  lensing surveys with the Vera C. Rubin Observatory. Much of the processing was performed using time awarded by the Astronomy Supercomputing Time Allocation Committee (ASTAC) through Astronomy Australia Limited (AAL).

 

This DOI refers to the data repository stored on the OzSTAR supercomputer at ozstar.swin.edu.au:/fred/oz108/. You can contact the data owner if you would like to discuss becoming a collaborator to gain access to this data.


GERLUMPH public data is also accessible to all astronomers and the public from anywhere they can access the internet through https://gerlumph.swin.edu.au/

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Christopher Fluke (2023). Dataset: GERLUMPH. http://dx.doi.org/10.26185/642cd11941887

Retrieved: 05:36, 14 Apr 2024 (GMT)

Data Portal Metadata

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Source ozstar.swin.edu.au:/fred/oz108/
Author Christopher Fluke
Maintainer Giorgos Vernardos
Last Updated April 5, 2023, 11:38 (Australia/Sydney)
Publish Date April 5, 2023, 11:37 (Australia/Sydney)
Funding reference DP0665574