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Le calcul informatique de pointe pour l’avancement des connaissances et l’innovation
May 8, 2017 - McGill University
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Are you up for the challenge? Here’s your chance to flex your creative muscles, experiment with new viz tools and win great prizes. Visualize This! is your chance to challenge your creativity, experiment with new visualization tools, and contribute to the growth of data visualization in Canada! Now in its second year, this Canada-wide competition...Read more
As part of the Science Literacy Week in Canada September 18-24, here are some book suggestions by the Calcul Québec staff. We obviously have a weakness for classic Sci-Fi books… perhaps supercomputers have been feeding our imagination for a long time? Neuromancer by William Gibson – 1984 The expression “Cyberspace” comes from this book. The...Read more
The Honourable Kirsty Duncan, Minister of Science, along with Hélène David, Quebec Minister of Higher Education, jointly announced they would be funding the construction of a new pavilion at l’École de technologie supérieure (ETS), that will house Calcul Québec’s future Advanced Research Computing Center. When that center opens, all of Calcul Québec’s hardware will be concentrated in one site....Read more
Delays in the commissioning of new Compute Canada systems are causing a slight postponement of the activation of 2017 ressource allocations for all systems, including Calcul Québec’s pre-2016 systems. As part of the national advanced research computing infrastructure renewal Compute Canada has undertaken, three new systems are coming online: Arbutus, a cloud system, and two general purpose clusters,...Read more
From June 5th to 9th, join us at the 2017 High Performance Computing Symposium in beautiful Kingston, Ontario. HPCS is Canada’s premier Advanced Research Computing (ARC) conference, bringing together top researchers from across Canada and around the world, as well as major industry partners. This year’s conference will include keynote sessions and technical workshops designed...Read more
Several Calcul Québec members have received honours in the past weeks. Calcul Québec is proud to support world-class researchers who’s work profits all of Québec society by allowing us to better our knowledge, improve our health and increase our well-being. Congratulations to all laureates. An Honorary Doctorate for Claire Deschênes At its 2016 fall...Read more
Compute Canada recently published an outline of the Resource Allocation Competitions for 2017. A major change this year is the new reference year. Allocations will now be awarded for the period of April 1st to April first of the following year, whereas they were previously awarded for a calendar year. As a transitory measure, all allocations for 2016...Read more
The Fonds de recherche du Québec recently launched the tenth edition of the Étudiants-chercheurs étoiles awards. The calls for applications for these award come twice a year.The aim of the program is promote carreers in research and recognize the excellence of research projects undertaken by graduate students, post-doctoral fellows and members of professional orders in advanced...Read more
In conformity with Calcul Québec’s Statutes adopted last February, two researchers will now be sitting on the Board. The election of the two first member representatives was held by electronic means, and the results were announced during the Annual General Meeting on May 24th. The researchers chosen by the members are professor Charles Gale, from the...Read more
Have you thanked your local support for advanced research computing lately? Compute Canada’s mission to create and sustain world-class advanced research computing platforms accessible by researchers in all disciplines independent of resource or researcher location is made possible by Compute Canada’s 200+ team members: CC staff and regional and local support teams distributed from coast...Read more