The Swinburne Pulsar Group is part of the Centre for Astrophysics and Supercomputing at Swinburne University of Technology. The group is actively involved in the research and developement of new technologies that enable the discovery, timing and exploration of the radio universe on the shortest of timescales. The group is currently involved in a number of international research projects and collaborations. Over the past decade it has conducted large-scale surveys of intermediate to high galactic latitiudes for millisecond pulsars and discovered many interesting discoveries.
Swinburne Pulsar Group Website
Data Mining Projects
The Swinburne Pulsar Portal: Real-time Supercomputing Processing of Big Data
Scientific Discoveries from Data Mining
July 2013 - "A Population of Fast Radio Bursts at Cosmological Distances" Thornton et al. (2013), published in Science