"There’s no other way to run these models. They really need that infrastructure.”
Front-line field work, combined with climate modelling using NeSI supercomputers, is helping University of Otago scientists understand how Antarctic sea ice is changing over time and how it differs from sea ice changes in the Arctic.
Enhancing wireless body area networks design and functionality
"High performance computing is essential for projects like mine.”
At the Victoria University of Wellington, Mohammad Nekooei is using NeSI computing resources to explore ways to improve both reliability and performance of Media Access Control (MAC) in wireless body area networks.
NeSI is currently on track to provide user access to its new platforms in May. Both Maui and Mahuika have been successfully installed, passed scientific benchmark acceptance tests, and tailoring and configuration of the systems for NeSI use is well advanced. Have questions about this work or the next steps? Attend our Q&A webinar today.
New application process to take effect this August
Alongside the launch of our new platforms this year, NeSI is refining how researchers apply for Merit and Postgraduate allocations. Starting in August, Merit and Postgraduate allocations will be accepted in one of four Call for Applications periods.
As we look ahead to our 2019 event, we will be celebrating our tenth year of supporting this national community of eResearch practitioners and end users. This is a wonderful milestone, and we need your help to make a big decision....where to next?
The 2018 IEEE eScience Conference is now accepting submissions. Abstracts are due May 25 and full papers are due June 01. Both full papers and abstracts are peer reviewed and if accepted published in the conference proceedings. Details.
Below is a sample of research outputs reported to us by NeSI users. To notify NeSI of your publications, please email email@example.com.
Yahiaoui, O. , Pašteka, L. F., Judeel, B. and Fallon, T. (2018), Frontispiece: Synthesis and Analysis of Substituted Bullvalenes. Angew. Chem. Int. Ed., 57:. doi:10.1002/anie.201881061
Vogt, D. and Leonhardt. R. 2018. Ultra-high Q terahertz whispering-gallery modes in a silicon resonator. APL Photonics 3. doi: 10.1063/1.5010364r
Muhammad Ali Hashmi, Matthias Lein, "Carbon Nano-onions as Photosensitizers: Stacking-Induced Red-Shift", Journal of Physical Chemistry C, 2018, DOI: 10.1021/acs.jpcc.7b11421
Holden, C., Kaneko, Y., D’Anatasio, E., Benites, R., Fry, B., and Hamling, J. 2017. The 2016 Kaikōura Earthquake Revealed by Kinematic Source Inversion and Seismic Wavefield Simulations: Slow Rupture Propagation on a Geometrically Complex Crustal Fault Network. Geophysical Research Letters. DOI: 10.1002/2017GL075301
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