Posts tagged with ‘hpc’

  • Recap: TANGO Demo Sessions

    eRSA’s Research Engagement Specialists (RES) have been busy demonstrating the new TANGO HPC and Cloud infrastructure with various South Australian universities throughout…

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  • eRSA Updates: August 2017

    eNewsletter snapshot: August 2017  Tech Talk | Deep Learning Say hello to TANGO – our new HPC and Cloud Try…

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  • TANGO Launch

    #HelloTANGO: Our TANGO Launch Event

    HPC, Cloud, innovation, food and pinball – the TANGO launch event had it all. Thursday 24 August saw the official…

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    TANGO in the news

    The successful launch of TANGO has made the news! Following an at-capacity launch event featuring guest speakers Andrew Underwood and…

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    Media Release: eRSA Selects Dell EMC to Power its High-Performance Computing and Cloud Infrastructure

    ADELAIDE, SOUTH AUSTRALIA, AUGUST 24, 2017 – eRSA, South Australia’s leading research data service provider, have partnered with Dell EMC…

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  • Pawsey Roadshow: Helping researchers take their projects to the next level

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  • 3 Workshops to help you prepare for your New Year’s data analysis

    You’re invited to attend our latest workshops for researchers wanting a practical introduction into using the Nectar Research Cloud, RStudio in…

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  • Workshop: A Practical introduction to using High Performance Computing

    Event Details This workshop is designed for new users wanting a complete introduction to HPC. There are two times and…

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  • Want to be an early adopter of Emu? (P.S. We’re not talking about the bird)

    eRSA invites you to be an early adopter of Emu, a cluster in the cloud service that provides High Performance…

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  • Workshop invitation: Using HPC to enhance your research outcomes

    You’re invited to attend our hands-on workshop on using traditional High Performance Computing and Cloud Clusters to enhance research outcomes.…

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    Professor Andrea GersonMinerals and Materials Science & Technology
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    Associate Professor Christine Garnaut
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    Associate Professor Con DoolanSchool of Mechanical Engineering, University of Adelaide
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    Associate Professor Michael LeeSouth Australian Museum
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    Professor Ina Bornkessel-SchlesewskyCognitive Neuroscience, UniSA

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