On January 30th Callum Walley, a member of NeSI’s Applications Support team, presented a webinar on troubleshooting. Having helped numerous people overcome job submission obstacles, Callum used this webinar to point out some common errors NeSI users face and tips on how to identify and solve them as an App Support professional would. This presentation highlighted a methodical approach to troubleshooting that, ideally, left attendees feeling curious and confident to find the root cause of the errors they encounter.
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Last October, multiple NeSI team members travelled to Brisbane to participate in the 2019 eResearch Australasia conference programme, themed 'eResearch Diversity'.Since then, NeSI has participated in Trans-Tasman collaborations and conversations around building a community for women in high performance computing, and just recently NeSI learned of a grassroots effort to support more opportunities for people of colour in eResearch leadership positions.
Please join us in welcoming the newest member to the NeSI team!Attribution: Kim Frew
As part of the NeSI and Genomics Aotearoa partnership to build and diversify digital skill capabilities for genomics researchers across New Zealand, NeSI was pleased to support Genomics Aotearoa’s recent Metagenomics Summer School on 10-13 December.
NeSI has enhanced its High Performance Computing (HPC) platform to better support users running simulations with high memory demands.
Following the successful pilot of its ‘Quick Tips’ training webinar series from August - November 2019, NeSI is pleased to unveil a new programme of webinars for early 2020. 30 January - Got errors? Troubleshooting on high performance computers - Click here to watch the recording.
Following an excellent response to the Call for Submissions, eResearch NZ 2020 co-hosts NeSI, Genomics Aotearoa, and REANNZ are pleased to unveil the draft programme for next year's event, themed 'United in Data'.
NeSI is partnering with the National Institute of Water and Atmospheric Research (NIWA) to host the Cray User Group (CUG) 2020 meeting in Auckland from Sunday 3 May – Thursday 7 May 2020.
NeSI held its last training webinar of 2019 this week. There Alex Pletzer, a member of our Computational Science team, demonstrated how you can replace for loops with a single array operation to speed up your code-- a technique known as vectorisation.
NeSI team members were among more than 150 of Australia's computational and data scientists who gathered in Canberra from 6-8 November 2019 for the inaugural Australasian Leadership Computing Symposium (ALCS).