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Julie Faure-Lacroix receives an award from the Anita Borg Systers Pass It On Program for her training project for women in advanced research computing. AnitaB.org, a nonprofit organization for the advancement of women in computing, rewards noteworthy contributions from all over the world through its Systers Pass It On Awards Program. Any woman over 18...Lire la suite
To enhance the security of its resources, Compute Canada is modifying the configuration of the SSH security protocol used to connect to its clusters. SSH protects the information transmitted between the user and the cluster, and verifies the identity of both parties. The new configuration will affect all users and requires action from you. For...Lire la suite
Calcul Québec (CQ) staff members will be presenting at the upcoming CANHEIT-ARC conference, held from 18 to 21 June 2019 at the University of Manitoba (Winnipeg). Canada’s advanced research computing (ARC) experts and high education IT leaders gather annually to discuss the field trends, challenges and opportunities. Compute Canada, co-host of the event, and Calcul...Lire la suite
Béluga, Compute Canada’s new supercomputer administered by Calcul Québec (CQ), has been available to researchers since April 3, 2019. In order to celebrate the commissioning of the supercomputer and highlight the work accomplished by our staff, Calcul Québec organized a launch event on April 26, 2019. A large number of CQ staff, management and directors,...Lire la suite
The annual congress of the Association des Communicateurs Scientifiques du Québec (ACS) – or Quebec Association of Science Communication – was held on April 12 and 13, 2019 at the Urbanisation Culture Société Research Center of the INRS (Montreal). Calcul Québec is very proud to join other partners in supporting the organization of this major...Lire la suite
On February 12, 2019, the Canadian Foundation for Innovation (CFI) released the details of its investment program supporting advanced digital infrastructure for Canadian universities. As part of CFI’s Cyberinfrastructure Initiative, Compute Canada will receive $20 million, including more than $12.5 million for the co-financing of Calcul Québec’s new supercomputer named Béluga, hosted by the École...Lire la suite
Calcul Québec est fière de soutenir le Mouvement montréalais Les Filles & le code. Le Mouvement montréalais Les Filles & le code présentera le 13 octobre prochain l’événement « Techno au féminin | Journée Carrières » qui a pour vocation d’être un rendez-vous au cours duquel les participantes pourront s’inspirer de femmes incroyables issues du...Lire la suite
Calcul Québec has been recognized as one of the first WHPC Affiliate organizations in the new Women in High Performance Computing (WHPC) Pilot Programme. WHPC is an international organization created with the vision to encourage women to participate in the HPC community by providing fellowship, education, and support to women and the organizations that...Lire la suite
Discover the work of Michel Barrette, a system administrator at Calcul Québec “Michel Barrette is a truly outstanding analyst, whose passion is to make research possible,” says nominator David Sénéchal. Sénéchal is a professor at the Université de Sherbrooke and has worked with Barrette for several years. Sénéchal says Barrette has been “a lifeline” to...Lire la suite
Discover the work of Félix-Antoine Fortin, a scientific analyst at Calcul Québec When University of Laval Associate Professor Philippe Giguère was setting up a new course in computer science and software engineering, he called upon Fortin to fix a problem for him. He didn’t have enough computing power for the students enrolled so he thought...Lire la suite