Workshops

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Created 3 days 18 hours ago
This hands-on workshop will acquaint learners across Aotearoa New Zealand with Image Analysis on NeSI using Machine Learning (ML).In this three-hour, hands-on workshop, the NeSI team will introduce... Read more
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Created 1 month 1 week ago
Are you using Jupyter to develop your code on NeSI’s HPC platform?Are you a fan of notebooks to quickly try ideas and would like to reuse the same code with more time, more memory, or a larger GPU?Or... Read more
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Created 3 months 3 weeks ago
Are you interested in digital skills training for researchers? If yes, you may be interested in learning about The Carpentries, a community-centric organisation committed to teaching foundational... Read more
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Created 7 months 3 days ago
We are now collecting expressions of interest (EOI) for the online workshop advertised below. Please note that, due to limited resources, not everyone who fills out an EOI will get a seat at this... Read more
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Created 9 months 4 days ago
On 15 September ESR’s Leah Kemp and the NeSI team will guide learners through an introduction to Snakemake, a workflow language with its basis in the popular programming language, PythonWorkflow... Read more
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Created 9 months 2 weeks ago
Graphical Processing Units (GPUs) can significantly accelerate compute-intensive research, but are they a fit for your particular project?In this webinar recording, NeSI's Alexander Pletzer walks... Read more
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Created 10 months 1 week ago
 On 28 September 2021 NeSI and partners will be offering a hybrid Machine Learning 101 workshop and you are invited to fill out an expression of interest form to signal your interest in attending.... Read more
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Created 1 year 1 month ago
In this webinar Kyle Chard and Ian Foster will share what new/ exciting things you can expect from Globus. This will be part presentation and part Q&A session and is designed for people who are... Read more
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Created 1 year 1 month ago
In this webinar Wolfgang  Hayek, Research Software Engineer at NeSI, will  explain what GPUs are and what type of research they are good for. It is  a great session to attend if you are thinking... Read more
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Created 1 year 1 month ago
NeSI supports the use of Jupyter for interactive computing. Jupyter allows you to create notebooks that contain live code, equations, visualisations and explanatory text. There are many uses for... Read more