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Picture perfect HPC image analysis

Jingli Lu needed High Performance Computing (HPC) performance for hyperspectral image analysis. She had some HPC knowledge but when problems occurred, NeSI team members jumped in to help integrate new tools and troubleshoot her experience.
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Exploring potential for new energy resources

"I am grateful to the NeSI team for assisting with the compilation of the TOUGH+HYDRATE code for this research."
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Computing Ocean Flow

"Nemoflux allows new users, unfamiliar with the specific model grid, to dive into model data and tackle their real world science questions."
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Using automation to enable faster collection and analysis of MRI data

"The automated data transfer with scheduling and destination setting functions allowed us to send large data out to multiple depositories, allowing streamlined image analysis."