Please join us in welcoming the newest members to the NeSI team!Attribution: Wes HarrellWes comes to NeSI most recently from contract work at Victoria University of Wellington and some US-based Uni... Read more

During 2021, the Women in HPC Australasia Chapter will focus on coordinating and delivering 1-2 key activities or initiatives to improve diversity, inclusion, balance and belonging in HPC and eRese... Read more

With two weeks to go until eResearch NZ 2021, the NeSI Team is looking forward to the convesations and connections this year's hybrid approach will enable for research communities across New Zealan... Read more

NIWA has an exciting opportunity for an experienced Systems Engineer to make a significant contribution to the New Zealand research landscape by working within NeSI.A key component of NIWA's resear... Read more

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High performance marketing insights

"I have been excited to learn how to use more development tools, especially CMake, for application development, and really impressed by the value that the NeSI consultants added to this project."
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Supporting global collaborations

"Extensive use of NeSI’s HPC resources helped QuakeCoRE to produce world-class research output, which made our research internationally visible."
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As 2020 comes to a close, we wanted to take a moment to reflect on some of the positive milestones NeSI celebrated this year. We'll save the deeper dive into metrics for our annual review - in the ... Read more

Carpentry Connect NZ is happening in-person and online on February 9th, 2021. Hosted by New Zealand eScience Infrastructure this Carpentry Connect is a FREE pre-conference event to eResearch NZ 202... Read more

Across the globe from the earliest months of 2020 we have witnessed and likely participated in renewed engagement with science and evidence-based policy. Our nations have built rapid response centr... Read more

Enabling smarter heart surgery

"I was modelling a 109-vessel network and after four days the scenario had only 12 per cent completion...The NeSI Consultancy led to this time being cut down to seven-and-a-half hours for the full scenario run."
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