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COVID-19 Essential Service

NeSI remains open for normal business during Alert Level 3 in Auckland and Alert Level 2 outside of Auckland. Our team is working remotely in Auckland and everyone remains available during this time.

NeSI is a supplier of essential services to research teams working on the COVID-19 response across NZ. If you're involved in this work, please get in touch and we will do our best to assist in any way possible.

For more information see: NeSI resources and services remain available during Alert Levels
 

 

Software Carpentry's mission is to help scientists and engineers get more research done in less time and with less pain by teaching them basic lab skills for scientific computing. This hands-on wor... Read more

A Data Carpentry workshop teaches the core skills for working with data effectively and reproducibly.When working with data, it’s often difficult to figure out what skills to learn or how to get st... Read more

This hands-on session is an introduction to High Performance Computing (HPC) using one of the clusters provided by New Zealand eScience Infrastructure. You will learn how to access and use the clus... Read more

Software Carpentry's mission is to help scientists and engineers get more research done in less time and with less pain by teaching them basic lab skills for scientific computing. This hands-on wor... Read more

Attribution:  The 2017 Science Coding Conference will be held from Tuesday August 1 to Wednesday August 2 at the Massey University Campus in central Wellington.For 2017, we have changed the name fr... Read more

Native forests absorbing more carbon dioxide

“High resolution modelling is essential to be able to use this technique effectively in New Zealand. NeSI support opened the door for us to work with models running at the spatial resolution we need.”
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Turning data points into research insights

“By splitting the computational workload over hundreds of cores, we were able to significantly reduce the amount of time needed to produce these data-rich high-quality models.”
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 Issue No. 36March 2017NeSI's national platform procurement planseResearch NZ 2017 | RecapWelcome to our newest team memberCase study: NeSI’s supercomputer helps shed light on future climateCongrat... Read more

Congratulations are also in order for Professor Richie Poulton of the University of Otago, along with key team members Terri Moffitt, Murray Thomson, Jonathan Broadbent, Avshalom Caspi, Bob Hancox,... Read more

Congratulations to Professor Brendon Bradley, winner of the 2016 Prime Minister's MacDiarmid Emerging Scientist prize.Prof. Bradley, from the University of Canterbury, is leading worldwide research... Read more