Join our online Office Hour sessions in November!Session will be hosted on Zoom. Click on the link below to save the date & Zoom link to your Google calendar. All details indicated below are on New Zealand Standard Time.Click on the links below to add the date & Zoom link to your calendar:
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NeSI has a brilliant opportunity for a research computing professional to lead our national Researcher Support Team. You will take on overall management and operational responsibility for the team and its performance.Acting as NeSI’s overarching support coordination and escalation point, you will ensure researcher support maintains high levels of researcher satisfaction, whilst identifying unmet needs and closing researcher feedback loops across teams within NeSI.
On 14 November 2023, NeSI will help facilitate a virtual Introduction to Command Line workshop and you are invited to fill out an expression of interest to signal your interest in attending. Selected candidates will receive an email confirming their attendance along with other details for the workshop.Please submit your interest by EOD Tuesday, 31 October 2023.
Join our online Office Hour sessions in October!Session will be hosted on Zoom. Click on the link below to save the date & Zoom link to your Google calendar. All details indicated below are on New Zealand Standard Time.Click on the links below to add the date & Zoom link to your calendar:
NeSI has an exciting opportunity available to join our team as a Research Communities Advisor, a critical role within NeSI enabling various Partnerships into the research sector.
Thank you to everyone who contributed to the efforts to build an initial macro view of research data in Aotearoa.We were very excited to share preliminary results with contributing institutions earlier this month, discussing the shared pain in completing the exercise and early insights gained.
In July 1998, a workshop was held at Los Alamos National Laboratory to teach researchers how to work more effectively with their data. Today, 25 years later, the idea behind that workshop has grown into The Carpentries -- an international community buiding capacity in essential data and computational skills for conducting efficient, open, and reproducible research.
Another New Zealand Research Software Engineering (NZ RSE) Conference has come to a close, gathering a diverse community to share learnings, challenges and aspirations around writing code and developing applications that enable research.
Earlier this month, Professor Cristin Print was celebrated with a World Class Award at the Kea World Class Awards dinner.Cris’ work in data-intensive molecular work and gene discovery within whole genomes and for diseases such as cancer is recognised globally. His career has spanned many domains, as an educator, researcher, entrepreneur, surgeon, and in governance, all of which he artfully balances in combination.
The World Data System’s International Program Office (WDS-IPO) has appointed Dr. Claire Rye, NeSI's Product Manager - Data Services, as the new Co-Chair for the World Data System Early Career Researchers Network (WDS-ECR Network).