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Monthly Archives: January 2015

  • NCI makes a splash at AGU

    NCI makes a splash at AGU

    NCI staff presented four papers at the American Geophysical Union (AGU) Annual Meeting in San Francisco in December.As the largest Earth and Space Sciences conference in the world, AGU had an incredible 24,000 attendees.With a combination of more 10PB of research data storage supported by the Research Data Storage Infrastructure (RDSI) project and 57,000 cores on our Raijin supercomputer, NCI is unique in the world in its data management innovation. Presentations by NCI staff at AGU included three oral presentations ... Read More

  • RMIT joins as collaborator

    RMIT joins as collaborator

    NCI has officially welcomed RMIT as a Collaborator.RMIT signed the NCI Collaboration agreement in January 2015. NCI Director Professor Lindsay Botten said he was delighted to welcome RMIT on board.“RMIT researchers have been amongst the largest, sustained users of NCI’s services for more than a decade, undertaking impactful, applied research. “It is thus very pleasing to see RMIT join the NCI Collaboration which now includes eight research-intensive individual universities, state-based consortia of universities from NSW and Queensland, and three of the ... Read More

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