Please join us in welcoming the newest members to the NeSI team!  Attribution:  Xiaojie Liu, DevOps and Integration ProgrammerI came to New Zealand to study my PHD in computer science of Auckland U... Read more

Have questions about NeSI services? Looking for tips on how to optimise your HPC jobs? Or simply want to meet some of the team behind NeSI Support?Join our new online Office Hours sessions, running... Read more

NeSI and Genomics Aotearoa will host an online introductory workshop to help you get started with R for genomic data analysis. Specifically, attendees can expect to learn:  The basic features of th... Read more

ResBaz Aotearoa 2022, a week-long series of digital research skills sessions, has opened registration and is featuring 45+ free and online sessions running from 14-18 November. All Aotearoa researc... Read more

Illustration of an electrocardiogram reading.

Hearts aflutter for pacemaker simulation

"This was my first time using the kind of HPC, so the support team helped a lot. I am very grateful for that."
An illustration of atoms latticed together. Image by MasterTux from Pixabay.

Superatom modelling unlocks the next generation of materials

"NeSI allowed us to predict these structures without experimental data. This saved money and hundreds of hours of synthesis time."

Co-hosted by NeSI and Genomics Aotearoa, this online workshop focuses on:Quality assessmentTrimming and filteringMapping and read countsDifferential expression analysisOver-representation analysisW... Read more

We are looking for an experienced DevOps and Integration Programmer to join the NeSI team. You will design and implement a suite of open-source products underpinning and integrating NeSI’s services... Read more

Access to very large geospatial datasets is becoming more and more common, e.g. with the availability of Satellite and Lidar imaging. Specialised code then needs to be written to handle these large... Read more

Example of a domain decomposition allowing each processor to solve a subpart of the entire problem.

Improving tools to model seismic wave behaviour and predict earthquake impacts

"Simulations used to take 24 hours, now I get results back in 2 hours. It has changed the way I work."