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Our analysts conduct training sessions and host conference lunches on several key topics ranging from Introduction to programming to Data analysis to Parallel computing.

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Our Advanced Research Computing services enable research projects of all sizes and help you get results.

How can GenAP help you for data analysis and sharing

The GenAP team invites you to a free webinar on June 17th, 11am to 12pm (in french) and June 22nd, 11am to 12pm (in English). GenAP is a computing platform facilitating the work of researchers by offering tools such as Web applications leveraging Compute Canada resources. You should attend this webinar if you : have...

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Calcul Québec present at the annual LUG conference

Simon Guilbault, a system administrator at Calcul Québec and a member of the Compute Canada Federation, will be presenting at the 2021 Lustre User Group (LUG) conference Thursday, May 20. The annual LUG conference is the high performance computing industry’s primary venue for discussion on the open source Lustre file system and other technologies. The...

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New cloud service for researchers

Calcul Québec and the Compute Canada Federation are pleased to announce the launch of the Beluga Cloud, its new cloud service. “A cloud service provides a flexibility that is not always possible with traditional compute servers,”  explains Alain Veilleux, Lead of the Calcul Québec cloud services team. “With this addition of about 112 execution servers...

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Online Spring School 2021

From May 4 to 27, Calcul Québec is offering a series of workshops in advanced research computing. These workshops will allow you to learn both theoretical and practical skills that can be directly applied to your research work. About the school Calcul Québec’s spring school is organized every year to help graduate students, postdoctoral fellows,...

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Calcul Québec’s scientific analysts to mentor at the next McGill Physics Hackathon

  The McGill Physics Hackathon is a friendly computer programming competition that welcomes everyone into the world of scientific computing! Over a 24-hour period, participants will have the opportunity to work on different projects which unites the physical sciences and computing. Calcul Québec is sponsoring and supporting this event by making 12 nodes with 8...

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Bourses de recherche Globalink FRQNT-Mitacs 2021 : Ouverture du concours

Montréal, mardi 20 octobre 2020 – C’est avec plaisir que nous vous annonçons qu’il est possible de présenter votre candidature à Calcul Québec pour la nouvelle  bourse de recherche Globalink en partenariat entre le Fonds de recherche du Québec – Nature et technologies (FRQNT) et Mitacs 2021. Ces stages ont pour objectif de favoriser la...

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Graduates’ Day !

June 19, 2020 – Graduation is an important milestone in a student’s life and for this year’s graduates, their experience was unlike anything they had imagined. The Réseau québécois pour la réussite éducative, Alloprof and Télé-Québec are joining forces to pay tribute to graduating students by declaring June 19th, 2020, Graduates’ Day! Calcul Québec and...

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A new scientific director for Calcul Québec

Montreal, June 8, 2020 – Calcul Quebec’s board of directors is pleased to announce the appointment of Marie-Jean Meurs as its new scientific director. Marie-Jean Meurs is an associate professor of computer science at UQAM. Her core ​​expertise is in artificial intelligence. Her work focuses on machine learning for natural language processing and big data...

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The Compute Canada Federation Celebrates Canadian Researchers Working on COVID-19

Researchers across Canada are tackling the COVID-19 pandemic and many are harnessing the power of Canada’s advanced research computing (ARC) platform to do so. ARC accelerates the speed to discovery and helps researchers accomplish globally competitive, data-driven, transformative research. Research like that of Dionne Aleman, an associate professor at the University of Toronto’s faculty of...

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Support for COVID-19 research projects

The Compute Canada Federation (CCF) is pleased to be able to provide advanced research computing (ARC) support for COVID-19 focused research.   If your project is related to COVID-19 and you could benefit from compute resources and support, please reach out to us. This support could include: Providing access to cloud resources, high-performance clusters, storage...

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June 2021