The Research Software Engineering Association of Australia and New Zealand (RSE-AUNZ.) has elected a new steering committee and two New Zealanders, Nooriyah Lohani and Janet Stacey, are among those joining for new terms.
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Please join us in welcoming the newest members to the NeSI team! Claire Rye, Product Manager - Data
Following consultation with the community and deliberation within the eResearch NZ 2022 Organising Committee, the event's programme is moving online rather than proceeding with a hybrid approach. The dates remain the same, 9-11 February 2022, and organisers will continue to work closely with the 2022 partner institution, Te Whare Wānanga o Waitaha University of Canterbury (UC).
As part of our ongoing focus to support national data science infrastructure investments that enable researchers to stay at the top of their fields, NeSI is rolling out additional NVIDIA A100 GPU cards in early 2022, specifically 4-way configured HGX A100s with 80GB memory each.
With Mahuika’s expanded infrastructure now
Do you create or maintain software for research? Then you may be a Research Software Engineer (RSE).
NeSI has an exciting opportunity for a Research Communities Adviser - Training to join its team. Whilst employed by the University of Auckland, this role is a national position, driving training services within a team of world class experts in applying computational methods and tools.
NeSI has an exciting opportunity for a Poutaki Tā Pukapuka / Product Manager to provide expertise and leadership to support product and service design and development. This role focuses specifically on NeSI’s data services in support of researchers, and on data describing the value of the research we support and hence our impact as an investment.Applications must be submitted online by 21 November 2021.
The Research Bazaar is a worldwide festival promoting the digital literacy emerging at the centre of modern research. Usually, the format is a multi-day cohort event full of digital skills workshops, social activities that build communities, and amazing food.However, given the circumstances in New Zealand, a number of training partners in the sector have joined forces to deliver a ResBaz pick and mix online version for all Aotearoa New Zealand researchers and postgraduate research students.
Earlier this year NeSI announced an upgrade and extension of Mahuika to 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.