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NeSI has an exciting opportunity available to join our team as a Business Operations Manager. If you’re interested in leading edge technology and scientific research, this senior operational management role may be your next move.

Between September and December 2021, NeSI and Genomics Aotearoa are co-hosting or helping deliver a range of immersive skill-building events for New Zealand's bioinformatics and genomics communities.By sharing expertise and building capability in New Zealand’s research communities and institutions, these events aim to improve researchers’ ability to adopt eResearch techniques that today’s complex questions require.

Graphical Processing Units (GPUs) can significantly accelerate compute-intensive research, but are they a fit for your particular project?In this webinar recording, NeSI's Alexander Pletzer walks through some of the key questions that can help determine whether GPUs are among the best tool(s) for your project's needs. These questions include:

Best practices are an important means of learning through and from others. In the supercomputing community, this is equally important. Twice a year, before the two major global supercomputing conferences – SC and ISC – the Pawsey Supercomputing Centre issues a best practices newsletter with a focussed topic with input from experts around the world.

We're pleased to announce that Plant & Food Research has joined the National Data Transfer Platform.

As researchers increasingly generate and transfer data at expanding rates, NeSI, REANNZ, Globus and other partners have been responding to those needs by improving and extending the capabilities of New Zealand's National Data Transfer Platform. Below are a few recent updates on that work.

Please join us in welcoming the newest members to the NeSI team!  Attribution:  Neil Bright

Planning for NeSI's NZ Research Software Engineering Conference 2021 (NZRSE 2021) is well underway and the Call for Submissions is now open!Themed Open Research – Workflows, Data and Communities, this year’s conference will focus on how to create effective collaboration through implemented workflows, accessible data and community-building. We welcome submissions of: 

A new $2.1 million investment announced today by New Zealand eScience Infrastructure (NeSI) will ensure the country's national research computing platforms remain responsive and high-performing to power researchers’ data-centric and data-intensive research.

The recently announced upgrade and extension of Mahuika will bring together new tools and technologies to keep pace with today's increasing diversity of research drivers, including growth in data, complexity of models, and a spread of maturity across research communities.