High performance computing (HPC) enthusiasts around the world have been hard at work improving the HPC Carpentry curriculum so that there is a Carpentries style introduction to using HPC systems effectively. Of course, the purpose of an HPC Carpentry workshop is not to give an exhaustive course on parallel programming in just two days’ teaching time. Instead, the workshop is intended to give students a good introduction and overview of the tools available and how to use them effectively.
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We are pleased to share with you NeSI's Annual Review for 2020:Click here to dive in and start reading
Please join us in welcoming the newest member to the NeSI team! Jehferson is an HPC and Cloud Systems Engineer, and based in Wellington at NIWA.
Starting on 15 April NeSI is hosting a ‘NeSI know-how’ webinar mini-series. You are invited to come to one or all lunchtime sessions to get a taste for what is possible when you work on NeSI platforms. Each session will be under one hour and will cover a popular topic among our present users. Check out the schedule below and register to attend today.
We are now accepting applications for the Carpentries instructor training workshop happening this May - it is a wonderful learning opportunity for people wanting to develop their teaching skills, teaching attendees how to create a great learning environment and run effective training events. If you want to know more about instructor training you can read about one of our past instructor training events
NeSI has an exciting opportunity available for a DevOps and Integration Programmer. In this role, you'll contribute within a small team of software engineers in product development, translating researcher and sector needs into the evolution of NeSI’s services, and implementing services which improve outcomes for researchers and stakeholders.
As part of the eResearch NZ 2021 Conference, the Australasia Chapter of Women in High Performance Computing (WHPC) hosted a Birds-of-a-Feather session to share results from its recent community survey and discuss next steps for the Chapter in 2021. The session was co-hosted by the Chapter's founding organisations: NeSI, National Computational Infrastructure Australia (NCI Australia), Pawsey Supercomputing Centre, Monash University, and Australasian eResearch Organisations (AeRO).
Carpentry Connect 2021 was a great success with 40 people joining to learn from and network with fellow Carpentries community members. The event agenda was carefully crafted by a team of local Carpentries leaders to be interesting and engaging to everyone in the community - no matter the experience level or role within the Carpentries ecosystem. Instructors, coordinators, helpers, and fans were all warmly welcomed!
Earlier this month REANNZ, with support from NeSI and Genomics Aotearoa, hosted eResearchNZ 2021. On the second day we held a Birds-of-a-Feather (BoF) session entitled ‘Best Practice for FAIR and Sustainable Research Software.