This month, NeSI joined the Research Software Alliance (ReSA) as an Organisational Member, expanding our ability to participate in, learn from, and contribute to international efforts advancing the... Read more

Celebrating its 15th year, the eResearch NZ conference series is coming to Wellington, NZ on 7-9 February 2024.Co-hosted by NeSI, REANNZ, and Genomics Aotearoa, eResearch NZ is the premier national... Read more

On Thursday 20 July 2023 from 2:00PM NZT (see in your timezone here), NeSI and ARDC will be co-hosting an Australia-New Zealand Carpentries community discussion.This will be second in a series of q... Read more

Now in its fourth year, NeSI's annual New Zealand Research Software Engineering (NZ RSE) Conference continues to support and grow the community of those who write code and develop applications that... Read more

On 19 July 2023, NeSI will help facilitate a virtual Introduction to Command Line workshop and you are invited to fill out an expression of interest to signal your interest in attending. Selected c... Read more

ResBaz Aotearoa 2023, a week-long series of digital research skills sessions, has opened registration. More than 40 free and online sessions will run from 26-30 June. All Aotearoa researchers and p... Read more

This online workshop is delivered by NeSI and Genomics Aotearoa on July 7th, 2023 from 9am to 5pm at the LIC premises in Hamilton.This workshop is for New Zealand scientists and will explore genoty... Read more

This online workshop is delivered by NeSI and Genomics Aotearoa, and will be taught from 10:00am-4:00pm NZT on Thursday, June 15, 2023.It is for New Zealand researchers interested in RNA-seq data a... Read more

On 18 May, Liz Stokes (ARDC) and Nisha Ghatak (NeSI) hosted the second Carpentries communities discussion for members in Australia and New Zealand.FocusThe aim of the event was to bring together me... Read more

Picutre of dark clouds on the horizon of an ocean. Image by Luda Kot from Pixabay.

OpenACC for tropical circulation model

When new A100 GPU resources were brought online at NeSI, it raised an interesting question for Gilles Bellon: Would offloading computations onto GPUs further improve the performance of his code?