The University of Auckland is hosting a regional event for those researchers interested in applying HPC to their projects. Principal Investigators and their research teams from all institutions are welcome to participate..
Venue & Parking
Decima Glenn Room
Level 3, Owen G Glenn Building
12 Grafton Road, Grafton, Auckland
The Decima Glenn Room is a seminar room within the Owen G Glenn Building, which houses the Business School of The University of Auckland. Parking is available in the building's lower levels, which can be accessed via Grafton Road.
The event is free to attend.
An overview of high performance computing (HPC) and NeSI provided by NeSI's Director Nick Jones.
- goals and purpose
- understanding the new opportunities
- resources (HPC facilities and specialists)
- Use cases and allocation classes
- NeSI's Roadmap
Applying for Access
Dr Mark Cheeseman will be running attendees through how researchers gain access to NeSI's HPC facilities.
NeSI staff will be demonstrating some of the features of the HPC facilities, explaining how it they can fit into a research project.
Local Case Study
Researcher Dr Philip Sharp will be providing an overview of how HPC enables his research.
Group discussions facilitated by the NeSI team
A chance for researchers to connect and discuss how NeSI can benefit their projects.
- Scientific code deployment
- Parallel programming
- Expansion on morning sessions (Q&A)
- Introducing the NeSI Roadmap
- Science DMZ with REANNZ
- Federated Access with Tuakiri
NeSI scientific and technical experts are available for consultation upon request.
RSVP by 10 September
Please email Timothy McNamara (firstname.lastname@example.org) to express interest.