Jana Makar

NIWA has an exciting opportunity for an experienced Systems Engineer to make a significant contribution to the New Zealand research landscape by working within NeSI.A key component of NIWA's resear... Read more

Shaking up seismic analysis with 2D models

“NeSI was great. The team was really excited to help us out. It felt like they were part of our research team, not just people we were asking to work for us. They got their heads into it.”
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As 2020 comes to a close, we wanted to take a moment to reflect on some of the positive milestones NeSI celebrated this year. We'll save the deeper dive into metrics for our annual review - in the ... Read more

Carpentry Connect NZ is happening in-person and online on February 9th, 2021. Hosted by New Zealand eScience Infrastructure this Carpentry Connect is a FREE pre-conference event to eResearch NZ 202... Read more

Following the launch of the Women in HPC Australasia Chapter in October, the initiative's reach has grown with new channels and ways for community members to connect and contribute to the Chapter's... Read more

As another busy year draws to a close, NeSI’s Support Team will be taking a summer break from 5:00 PM on Wednesday 23 December, 2020 to 9:00 am on Tuesday 05 January, 2021. During this time, NeSI s... Read more

Jupyter has become an increasingly popular software tool for creating and sharing documents that contain live code, equations, visualizations, and explanatory text.Many of the features that make Ju... Read more

The following article was written by Megan Guidry, NeSI Research Communities Advisor; Matthias Liffers, Research Software Skills Specialist, Australian Research Data Commons; and Liz Stokes, Senior... Read more

Please join us in welcoming the newest member to the NeSI team!Attribution:  Wes Harrell - Application Support SpecialistWes comes to NeSI most recently from contract work at Victoria University of... Read more

Computer model image of blood vessels

Modelling coronary artery bypass grafts

"With NeSI’s help, the more sophisticated vessel networks were being solved in several hours, whereas on prior estimates they would have taken a few months."
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