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NeSI User Webinar: Tips & Tricks for Using Kupe Apr-2018 Are you struggling with Kupe’s scheduler, unsure about the filesystems, or have questions about the programming environment?This webinar will share some of the common issues new users encounter on Kupe, and walk through the solutions and support available for getting over those roadblocks and making the most of the system.We will have members of NeSI’s Computational Science Team on-hand to answer your questions on anything related to using Kupe.Who Should Attend: Read more
Feedback Wanted: Where should we host eResearch NZ 2019? Apr-2018 In 2019, the eResearch NZ conference series will celebrate its tenth year of supporting the national community of eResearch practitioners and end users. Read more
Job Opportunity: Research Communities Facilitator Mar-2018 An exciting opportunity is available for a motivated and customer-centric professional to join the NeSI team. We are seeking a Research Communities Facilitator to be responsible for facilitating the planning, development, and delivery of engagement-related activities in line with NeSI objectives. Read more
Welcome Genomics Aotearoa: New platform supporting genomics and bioinformatics in NZ Mar-2018 New Zealand's newest collaborative research platform for genomics and bioinformatics research is hiring its first employees and preparing to launch its services. Read more
Software and Data Carpentry Instructor Training 2018 Jan-2018 NeSI is going to run country-wide Software and Data Carpentry Instructor Training 2018. The event will take place on April 23-24, 2018 and will be held at the Victoria University of Wellington. If you are interested in being trained as a Software and/or Data Carpentry Instructor, please fill in the application form. In the field Group, please enter: NZ1 Read more
NeSI's new platforms: User Q&A (Session 2) Jan-2018 On February 7, NeSI is hosting a User Q&A Session to provide a brief update on the project status to date and to offer users an opportunity to ask questions about the new platforms.NeSI’s Consultancy Team experts will be on-hand to answer questions related to:installation timelinesproject migration user training  How to Participate: Read more
New Platforms Q&A Session - Feb 07 Jan-2018 The refresh of NeSI’s platforms is well underway. In December, all FitzRoy users were successfully migrated to Kupe and in early January FitzRoy was shut down. This month, renovations began at the High Performance Computing Facility plant at Greta Point, and the installation of Mahuika and Maui is expected to begin in late February.On February 7, we will be hosting a User Q&A Session to provide a brief update on the project status to date and will offer users an opportunity to ask questions about the new platforms. Read more
Supercomputing in Plain English (SiPE) Jan-2018 The University of Oklahoma (OU) Supercomputing Center for Education and Research (OSCER) is hosting an online 'Supercomputing in Plain English' (SiPE) workshop series, open to anyone around the world who is interested in fundamental issues of High Performance Computing (HPC) as they relate to Computational and Data-enabled Science & Engineering (CDS&E).The workshop topics will include: Read more
Lincoln University workshop: Introduction to HPC using NeSI Jan-2018 Join us at Lincoln University on February 7, 2018 for a hands-on introduction to High Performance Computing (HPC) using one of the clusters provided by NeSI.You will learn how to access and use the cluster as well as learn how to submit computational jobs using the job scheduler, and transfer your data between the cluster and your storage.The training is addressed at researchers with no prior experience with HPC. Training accounts will be provided for anyone without an existing NeSI account.REGISTER Read more