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September 13, 2023 – Calcul Québec takes advantage of the back-to-school season to announce the diversification of its events. It is now tradition: our workshop schedule is launched at the beginning of the academic semester. However, our current edition sets itself apart with its scale and the nature of its events. Acting on Our...Read more
Calcul Québec held its 2023 Spring School from May 22 to 26, where we were joined by thirty participants who took part in one of the two training programs offered. A First In-person Spring School in Three Years We are delighted with the valuable opportunities for exchange created by the return of our in-person format....Read more
Saguenay, May 26, 2023 — Calcul Québec is participating in the 13th edition of the Fous de la science festival at the Fjord Museum in Saguenay. For this occasion, several science-related organizations have joined forces to create a fun-filled program full of discoveries and surprises! Our team is excited to engage with young and old...Read more
Update Montreal, May 8th, 2023 — Construction of MonarQ is progressing and Calcul Québec is preparing for its arrival. As part of these preparations, Calcul Québec has established a steering committee to guide the development of its quantum services. Additionally, a new training program has been launched, and the Snowflake and CirQ simulators have...Read more
Montréal, May 1, 2023—The Calcul Québec team invites you on a journey through time with the card game From Zero to (Super) Computing. Composed of 40 illustrated cards, this game is for anyone who is curious! “Supercomputers did not appear overnight! They are the result of many scientific discoveries and inventions. We want to spark...Read more
We are saddened to learn of the passing of Charles Despins. As Vice-President of Research and Partnerships at ÉTS, he played an important role in the working group on the incorporation of Calcul Québec and was part of the inaugural Board of Directors of Calcul Québec. He greatly contributed to advancing our organization in its...Read more
For the second year in a row, a team from Calcul Québec is participating in the Gran Fondo of Opération Enfant Soleil to support sick children in Quebec, which will take place on March 18th. This event is the largest indoor cycling challenge in Quebec and more than 400 cyclists will participate. Charles Coulombe, Sarah...Read more
From May 23 to 26, 2023, Calcul Québec invites you to participate in its spring school which will take place on Bishop’s University campus, in Lennoxville. “During the workshops and throughout your stay at Calcul Québec’s spring school, our team of trainers will be available on site to guide you and answer your questions. Participating...Read more
Montréal, février 2023 – Calcul Québec annonce la création d’un comité directeur qui guidera le développement de son offre de service quantique. La création de ce comité fait suite à l’annonce de l’arrivée prochaine d’un ordinateur quantique supraconducteur dédié à la recherche et à l’innovation, entièrement conçu au Québec. L’hébergement et le support d’un ordinateur...Read more
Calcul Québec second Annual General Meeting (AGM) was held on Wednesday, November 30, 2022, at École de technologie supérieure (ÉTS). A visit to mark Narval computing cluster’s first anniversary was also organized. Here are some of the points discussed during this AGM: Adoption of the 2021 AGM minutes; Review of the financial statements for the...Read more
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