Update on Calcul Quebec activities as of March 27, 2020Read the official announcement
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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...Lire la suite
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...Lire la suite
The status of Calcul Québec’s activities have been updated. Read the press release for more details.Lire la suite
In light of the Quebec government directives announced on March 13, 2020 and our member universities’ decision to cancel their classes until March 29, Calcul Québec has decided to maintain the access to our infrastructure and our support service. However, some of our face-to-face workshops, scheduled between March 16 and March 30, are either being...Lire la suite
Calcul Quebec is closely monitoring the coronavirus (COVID-19) epidemic to ensure the safety of our staff and our research community. In the province of Quebec, only seven cases have been confirmed and no cases of local contamination have been reported at this date. In this context, Calcul Québec follows the instructions given by the Quebec...Lire la suite
The Visualize This! Challenge is back! Now in its fourth year, this Canada-wide competition celebrates the innovative ways visualization can help researchers explore datasets and answer important scientific questions. Visualize This! is a way to challenge your creativity, experiment with new visualization tools, and contribute to the growth of data visualization in Canada! Led by...Lire la suite
On September 24, 2019, the Compute Canada Federation will launch its annual Resource Allocation Competitions (RAC), a peer-reviewed process to grant priority access to storage and compute resources beyond what can be obtained via the Rapid Access Service. These competitions are open to Canadian research projects from all disciplines. Applications are evaluated for both technical feasibility and scientific...Lire la suite
Calcul Québec is delighted to invite all its members to the forthcoming general assembly to be held on Thursday, September 19 from 3:30 PM to 5:30 PM (EDT). You can either join us in person or attend the meeting remotely: Montréal Polytechnique Montréal: room L-3816 (Pierre-Lassonde building); McGill University: Bell room (room 103, Rutherford Physics...Lire la suite
Calcul Québec is looking for a new Scientific Director whose two years term will begin in June 2020. In order to ensure a smooth transition with the current Scientific Director, Prof. Pierre-Étienne Jacques, we are inviting professors to apply now for this position. Details about the role of the Scientific Council and its Director...Lire la suite
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
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