Kuiper Belt Object Artist's Concept - Philip Sharp - NeSI Case Study

Using GPUs to expand our understanding of the Solar System

“Put simply, the work would not be possible without HPC. We chose NeSI because its HPC resources are the best in the country.”

Attribution: Earlier this month, NeSI hosted the Science Coding Conference 2017 (the conference formerly known as the CRI Coding Conference). The meeting is an opportunity for software hackers and ... Read more

Attribution: A recent national meeting highlighted the essential contribution software engineering makes to science. According to a 2014 survey of 15 Russell Group universities in the UK, 56% of re... Read more

Since signing the contract with Cray, our combined teams have been refining the design of the new High Performance Computing (HPC) systems, and the services they will provide. We are now pleased to... Read more

It has been a busy year for those involved in the Strategic Science Investment Fund (SSIF). MBIE are putting into action their management of these investments as a portfolio. Prior to launching the... Read more

Next level HPC: NeSI user wins access to one of the world’s top supercomputers

“I know I can write to NeSI whenever I need to. They’re incredibly intelligent, incredibly supportive, and the turnaround time on solutions is just wonderful."

  Issue No. 39June 2017New computing platform to power NZ researchCase study: Shedding new light on dark matterNeSI partners with Software Carpentry to expand research computing trainingNeSI Vacanc... Read more

Registrations are now open for next year's eResearch NZ 2018 conference from February 12 - 14 in Queenstown.Join us on the shores of Lake Wakatipu for exciting discussions and debates on the 2018 t... Read more

Attribution:  NeSI, New Zealand’s research supercomputing organisation, has signed a Platinum Partnership with the Software Carpentry Foundation, a global non-profit organisation that builds commun... Read more

Shedding new light on dark matter

“This was a computationally challenging project and would have been impossible without the serious muscle NeSI provided. The NeSI platform tied together a collaboration between scientists based in New Zealand, Australia, Norway, and the United Kingdom."