NeSI is pleased to welcome three new employees to its team:Attribution: Anita KeanAnita is NeSI's newest Programmer / Analyst. Based at the University of Auckland (UoA), she is working with team me... Read more

This full-day hands-on training session will help you gain skills essential to collaborating on projects which use Git as a version control tool. Hosted at Manaaki Whenua | Landcare Research in Lin... Read more

Join us on January 23-24, 2018 for a hands-on introduction to High Performance Computing (HPC) using one of the clusters provided by New Zealand eScience Infrastructure (NeSI).You will learn how to... Read more

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Using HPC for Research and Career Development in Life Sciences

“The opportunity to push myself in a new direction and see it come to fruition is why I pursued a career in science and using NeSI was an excellent way to include transferable skills and personal development in my PhD. "
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Modernising models to diagnose and treat disease and injury

“When you’re running several big CFD problems and looking at problems on the order of hundreds of thousands or millions of degrees of freedom, you need HPC."
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Tinkering with Solar Cells To Improve New Material Designs

"People who have a deep understanding of NeSI’s systems and computational modelling are an incredible resource and we are glad to have access to the resources that NeSI provides.”
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The installation of NeSI's new platforms is now well underway. We will present an overview of the capabilities of the new systems during a one-hour webinar (11th October, and then repeated on 13th ... Read more

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.”
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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