Presentation Submissions

2019 SUBMISSIONS 

List of accepted talks- click here!

Accepted Talks and Keynotes

  1.  Richard Dean, ESR – The New Zealand Data Science Accelerator
  2. Thomas Etherington, Manaaki Whenua Landcare Research – A research institution framework for publishing open code to enable reproducible science
  3. KEYNOTE: Celine Cattoen-Gilbert, NIWA – National scale flood forecasting in the world of data, models, HPC and AI – shaping a more resilient tomorrow.
  4. Chris Scott, NeSI – Improving NeSI researchers’ productivity with a consultancy service
  5. Jonny Williams, NIWA – Extreme earth system modelling on Māui
  6. Marie Armstrong, Malaghan Institute of Medical Research – Data management: implementing change at the Malaghan Institute
  7. Alexander Pletzer, NeSI – Scripting at the speed of compiled code
  8. Jade Arnold, NIWA – MatLab vs Julia: trials and tribulations 
  9. KEYNOTE: Tammy Steeves, University of Canterbury and Roger Moraga, Tea Break Bioinformatics – TBT
  10. Robbie Price, Manaaki Whenua Landcare Research – SMAP Workflows on and off the cluster
  11. Wolfgang Hayek, NeSI – Optimising TensorFlow performance on multicore CPUs
  12. Ben Roberts, NeSI – Code Foster Parenting: Bringing Up Someone Else’s FOSS
  13. KEYNOTE: Anushia Inthuran, University of Canterbury – TBT
  14. Rand Husso, GNS Science – AI for forecasting landslides that result from earthquakes
  15. Alan Tan, Scion – Building a Visual Analytics System for Spatio-temporal Analysis
  16. Maxime Bombrun, Scion – Gradient Boosting comparison: The importance of categorical features
  17. Yuda Munarko, Auckland Bioengineering Institute – Automatic Annotation of Query in Physiome Model Repository (PMR)
  18. Cyprien Bosserelle, NIWA – In-situ visualization and VTK capability for hydrodynamics model, a NeSI visualisation consultancy
  19. Blaire Baithwaite, NeSI – Containers on NeSI – Current State, Early experiences, Future possibilities

For questions related to submissions, please contact: nooriyah.lohani@nesi.org.nz

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