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Improving research approaches to predicting sea level rise

"The number of tests that were conducted in this Consultancy would not be possible to run by me in such a short time period."
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A new $2.1 million investment announced today by New Zealand eScience Infrastructure (NeSI) will ensure the country's national research computing platforms remain responsive and high-performing to... Read more

Posted at Wednesday, June 30, 2021 - 17:19

The recently announced upgrade and extension of Mahuika will bring together new tools and technologies to keep pace with today's increasing diversity of research drivers, including growth in data,... Read more

Posted at Tuesday, June 29, 2021 - 09:02

Deep learning in land care research

"We're looking at how we can further automate those processes to make them more efficient so they can be run more frequently, for example to keep up with the rate that satellite imagery is now being produced."
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How Globus enables national cyber infrastructures

Working together to accelerate discovery.
A picture of one of the A100 GPU cards being installed into a rack of the Mahuika cluster.

Tech Insights: Testing the A100 tensor cores on deep learning code

Testing real user code, instead of benchmarks, gave us the opportunity to learn more about the experience we can expect for our users.
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State of the craft in Research Data Management: A view from New Zealand

"We love working within research communities, working together to come up with tactics to help them meet their needs."
Photo of an ice shelf in Antarctica.

Modelling Antarctic ice sheets

"We can now confidently say that our current model operates at its absolute technological limit."
An example of the imagery used by Jono Conway's research group to study the topography of an area.

Understanding the impacts of future warming in the Antarctic

"It definitely feels like we had a head start on the project and could jump straight into our science."

Please join us in welcoming the newest member to the NeSI team! Sean is a Systems Engineer and based in Auckland at the University of Auckland.

Posted at Monday, May 31, 2021 - 11:20