AUT University will be hosting NeSI staff to discuss its facilities and demonstrate how to use them during a two-phase workshop on 7 August 2012. The first hour will include a presentation on NeSI,... Read more

The NeSI team will be holding office hours next Thursday morning via video conference. The office hours format allows anyone to drop in to ask a question or two.We expect that the majority of quest... Read more

As part of our sponsorship of the MM2012 conference on molecular modelling, NeSI is delighted to be hosting a seminar on computational chemistry by one of the field's leaders.AbstractApplications o... Read more

Wellington-based researchers are invited to a seminar about how NeSI can accelerate their science. The talk will also be streamed via video conference for remote attendees. NIWA's Dr Michael Uddstr... Read more

Researchers interested in using enhancing their research are invited to attend a technical seminar this Thursday. NeSI's aim is to help you understand what high performance computing is, what is av... Read more

NeSI's Director, Nick Jones, will be hosting NeSI Office Hours next Tuesday. If you have any questions about the process and next steps, please join us.The discussion will be informal. It will be a... Read more

The first of the NeSI seminar series is beginning with a look into the use of HPC within meterology. The seminar will cover the history of computation within meterology as well as its current appli... Read more

The upcoming NZ eResearch Symposium 2012 will be held from the 4th to 6th July 2012 at Victoria University in Wellington. NeSI will be present at this 3rd annual Symposium with the programme includ... Read more

Who is using all the computing power in New Zealand? You may be surprised. Mr Nick Jones from The University of Auckland has been appointed Director of the New Zealand eScience Infrastructure (NeSI... Read more

Dr. Wayne Mapp will launch the NeSI network at Fale Pasifika, The University of Auckland, 3pm - 5pm on Friday 24 June.Computer network will supercharge research. Wayne Mapp Read more