Following a NeSI Training webinar on 'Reproducible research workflows with containers', a recap of the session was written by Aleksandra Pawlik (Manaaki Whenua - Landcare Research), Ngoni Faya (Genomics Aotearoa), Joseph Guhlin (Genomics Aotearoa), Tom Harrop (University of Otago), Dinindu Senanayake (NeSI), and Megan Guidry (NeSI). A copy of the blog post is shared below. - - - - - - - - -Rapid development of computational bioinformatics tools mean we can more easily push research boundaries. However, it comes at a cost.
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NIWA has an exciting opportunity to manage its HPC infrastructure and associated services, as well as the team responsible for delivering those HPC services. In addition to operational management responsibilities, this position also contributes to the development of the current HPC systems, informing and implementing the policies under which they operate, supporting future developments and procurement, and developing and delivering the services that underpin NIWA research, forecasting operations, and commercial services.
NeSI's HPC platform, Data Transfer platform, and team members are available to support research projects during Alert Level '2.5' in Auckland and Alert Level 2 elsewhere in New Zealand.
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With many communities turning online to stay connected and share knowledge across their networks, NeSI is excited to be supporting some of the upcoming virtual events planned for the local and global Research Software Engineering (RSE) community.
NIWA has an exciting opportunity for an experienced HPC Applications Support Specialist to make a significant contribution to the New Zealand research landscape by working within New Zealand eScience Infrastructure (NeSI).
NIWA has an exciting opportunity for an experienced Systems Engineer to make a significant contribution to the New Zealand research landscape by working within New Zealand eScience Infrastructure (NeSI).
We are pleased to share with you NeSI’s Annual Review for 2019. We've opted to publish an online version only this year. Click here to dive in and start reading.
Around the world, The Carpentries is teaching foundational coding and data science skills to researchers. However, a hands-on, beginner-friendly introduction to High Performance Computing (HPC) skills is still hard to come by.
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