Acknowledging eRSA

Recognising use of eRSA services

If you are using eRSA services and wish to acknowledge this use in your publication, please use the statement below:

“This research used [insert service] services provided by eRSA.” 

e.g. This research used high-performance computing and storage services provided by eRSA.

If you are using the NeCTAR Research Cloud, please use the following acknowledgement:

“This research was supported by eRSA and by use of the Nectar Research Cloud, a collaborative Australian research platform supported by the National Collaborative Research Infrastructure Strategy (NCRIS).”

If you do have any further inquires regarding this or require some assistance, please contact our communications team at


Logo and brand guidelines

You are welcome to include our logo alongside this acknowledgement. See below for the download link and style guide. Artwork featuring the logo must be reviewed by eRSA before publishing. Please send artwork to and allow 1-2 business days.

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