Kirsten Brown

NeSI explores innovative uses of cloud services for advanced computing

The needs of the New Zealand research community for advanced computing platforms is growing along with the range of possibilities to meet those needs.

Speeding up Basilisk with GPGPUs

A NeSI case study by Dr Emily Lane of NIWA.

NeSI’s supercomputer helps shed light on future climate

“NeSI is providing the supercomputing infrastructure on which we are producing climate simulations, both globally and using a regional climate model. You cannot operate an Earth System Model without a supercomputer."

 Issue No. 35December 2016Wishing you all a happy holiday!eRNZ 2017 - Programme announcementJoin Team NeSI!NeSI @ Otago dayCase study: Growing computational capacity among wet-lab scientistsNeSI &a... Read more

  Programme AnnouncementWe are delighted to announce the programme for eResearch NZ 2017 is now available and can be viewed on the conference website.“We are pleased with the calibre and diversity ... Read more

Attribution:  The 13th International Conference on eScience 2017, due to take place in Auckland, New Zealand from 24 - 27 October 2017, is pleased to now invite submissions for papers and workshops... Read more

NeSI provides a range of services supporting researchers across disciplines at a number of institutions in New Zealand. The University of Otago is one of the most active sites in terms of usage of ... Read more

University of Otago researchers join the international high-speed data superhighway

“NeSI provides its partners with access to best High Performance Computing practices from around the world; and with the concepts, ideas and practical help to make these sorts of research IT services a reality.”

Helping communities anticipate flood events

"The aim of this collaborative consultation project was to enable scientists to obtain results faster, run larger simulations with wider catchment areas, and execute bigger ensemble runs."

The University of Otago is at the technological frontier

“We are committed to ensuring that their research is successful and completed on time. If problems arise, we step in as quickly as we can.”