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Working with 60 universities, thousands of companies, and both federal and provincial governments, Mitacs builds partnerships that support industrial and social innovation in Canada.
EGI is a federated e-Infrastructure set up to provide advanced computing services for research and innovation. It is publicly-funded and comprises over 300 data centres and cloud providers spread across Europe and worldwide.
The Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada (SSHRC) is the federal research funding agency that promotes and supports postsecondary-based research and research training in the humanities and social sciences.
The Canadian Association of Research Libraries (CARL) provides leadership on behalf of Canada’s research libraries and enhances capacity to advance research and higher education. It promotes effective and sustainable knowledge creation, dissemination, and preservation, and public policy that enable broad access to scholarly information.
The Women in HPC (WHPC) network was created with the vision to encourage women to participate in the HPC community by providing fellowship, education, and support to women and the organizations that employ them.
Globus is a service that gives researchers everywhere access to fast, powerful data management that’s easy to use.
The Extreme Science and Engineering Discovery Environment (XSEDE) is the most advanced, powerful, and robust collection of integrated advanced digital resources and services in the world. It is a single virtual system that scientists can use to interactively share computing resources, data, and expertise.
CREF helps Canadian universities, colleges and polytechnics compete with the best in the world for talent and partnership opportunities, to make breakthrough discoveries, and to excel globally in research areas that will create long-term economic advantages for Canada.
Pims promotes research in and applications of the mathematical sciences, to facilitate the training of highly qualified personnel, to enrich public awareness of and education in the mathematical sciences, and to create mathematical partnerships with similar organizations in other countries.
Software Carpentry has been teaching researchers in science, engineering, medicine, and related disciplines the computing skills they need to get more done in less time and with less pain.
Compute Canada’s advanced research computing facilities are connected through a dedicated core network that makes use of CANARIE‘s national network infrastructure, as well as the provincial infrastructure of the National Research and Education Network (NREN) partners. This allows for very high-speed communications between sites and can be used for services like large file transfers between sites.