Kirsten Brown


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The last quarter has been a busy time at NeSI for training activities. On November 24 and 25, we helped run the first Software Carpentry workshop at Scion. 17 researchers attended the event and the... Read more

 Issue No. 34November 2016Team NeSI gathers togetherCase study: New frontiers for milk proteinsNeSI's new team membersEarly bird registration for eResearch NZ 2017In other news...Recent research ou... Read more

In November, the entire NeSI team gathered from around the country for a two-day retreat at beautiful Karioitahi Beach, south of Auckland.NeSI is a national organisation, and with staff members bas... Read more

Modelling heterogeneous catalysis

"The successful utilisation of NeSI infrastructure for her research made Dr Anna Garden a local expert fully capable of helping out experimental chemists at the University of Otago."
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NeSI has welcomed two new members to our national team recently – Albert Savary and Kumaresh Rajalingam.Albert joined the NeSI team based at the University of Otago as an Applications Support Speci... Read more

 Issue No. 33October 2016NeSI @ Otago DayeResearch NZ 2017 | Registration Now OpeneRNZ 2017 | Call for Submissions - 3 week extensionQueenstown Research WeekCase study: Cellulose unchainedNeSI's No... Read more

Attribution:  Great news, there’s still time to submit an abstract for eResearch NZ 2017!Abstract submissions were due to close tomorrow however we have extended submissions for another three weeks... Read more

Finite element modelling of biological cells

"As a result of this project the researchers' simulations are now running faster and robust software development practices are being utilised, giving the researchers confidence in their results and making future development easier."
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Two things were different about this year's Queenstown Research Week. First, it was in Nelson, and second, New Zealand's eInfrastructure partners NeSI, NZGL and REANNZ were platinum co-sponsors of ... Read more

Attribution:  Registration is now open for eResearch NZ 2017, taking place at the Rydges Lakeland Resort, Queenstown from the 20th to 22nd February 2017.Register here now.Early bird registrations a... Read more