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A message from Compute Canada As many of you will already be aware, Compute Canada is ceasing its operational responsibilities for supporting Canada’s national advanced research computing (ARC) platform on March 31, 2022, and will be shutting down entirely as a corporation later this year. This change is not expected to cause any disruption to...Read more
From May 3 to 26, 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. We offer an online program of several workshops during the month of May. Each workshop costs $10...Read more
Several leading Canadian and international organizations successfully tested large-scale data transfers at SC21, the world’s largest conference for high performance computing, networking, storage and analysis. Led by a team at the Compute Canada Federation (CCF), this test demonstrated how efficient use of high-speed networks for data transfers can be achieved by leveraging partnerships and leading-edge...Read more
Montréal, Decembre 14, 2021 – Calcul Québec’s Narval, the newest and most powerful supercomputer dedicated entirely to Canadian scientific research, is now available to researchers across Canada. This is a significant event as Narval is freely accessible to all academic researchers in all disciplines. With 80,000 CPU cores, 422 TB of memory and 25 PB...Read more
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. For a second year, Calcul Québec is sponsoring and supporting this event by making 12...Read more
La première assemblée générale annuelle (AGA) de Calcul Québec aura lieu virtuellement le 15 novembre 2021 à 13h HAE. Elle sera suivie de la réunion des membres. Les représentants des membres universitaires et collaborateurs sont invités à assister aux deux événements en utilisant le même lien Zoom qui leur sera envoyé par courriel. Si vous...Read more
I am pleased to present to you our virtual 2021 fall program. As usual, our team offers essential training courses to learn how to quickly clean your data, optimize your analysis with Python or even use compute servers . I would also like to highlight two less known but essential training courses: Data cleaning with...Read more
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...Read more
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...Read more
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...Read more