Alexie Mousseau

DHSI 2017 Scholarship Winners Announcement

Compute Canada is pleased to announce its two pairs of scholarships for the 2017 Digital Humanities Summer Institute (DHSI) have been awarded to Andrew McLaughlin and Pawel Pomorski and to 

Exploring the World of Nanoparticles

The world that Martin Mkandawire studies is very, very small, but his work could have a massive impact on human health and the treatment of diseases, including cancer. He’s also 

Meet the researchers who depend on ARC

Photo: Nobel Laureate Dr. Arthur McDonald Meet the #Tuques4compute Researchers These researchers depend on advanced research computing (ARC) to achieve bigger, better, and faster results. Dr. Arthur B. McDonald Winner 

Visualize This! Challenge Winners Announced

A University of Calgary (UofC) research team comprised of Allan Rocha, Usman Alim and Julio Daniel Silva has won Compute Canada’s inaugural “Visualize This!” Challenge. The national competition, organized by 

Supercomputing: Innovation’s Infrastructure

Dugan O’Neil, Chief Science Officer at Compute Canada, shares his passion for “big science” with François Cordeau, National Research Council of Canada   On October 17, 2016 researchers from across 

Sensory studies with important implications

Genomicist Tiffany Timbers readily admits she prefers to concentrate her studies on nematodes (roundworms) and other invertebrates. Simply put, she said she finds the complexity of the mammalian nervous system 

Compute Canada’s Annual Report 2015-2016

Compute Canada’s Annual Report 2015-2016 “Supercomputing: Innovation’s Infrastructure” is now available. Please take a moment to read about our accomplishments of this past year, and learn more about how Compute 

Why these women chose a career in HPC

From left to right: Lesley Shannon, Lucille De Haitre, Gráinne McElroy and Megan Meredith-Lobay   The face of advanced research computing is changing. This year’s Compute Canada conference included more female 

CANHEIT|HPCS 2016

Join Canada’s largest gathering of advanced research computing experts and researchers! HPCS is celebrating its 30th year as it joins forces with CANHEIT to offer a unique opportunity to connect, collaborate 

Technology Plan Update

Compute Canada is currently leading a broad transformation of Canada’s advanced research computing platform, replacing many aging compute and storage systems with modern systems designed to meet today’s science needs. 

Literary history hound

As part of a series, the Canada Foundation for Innovation created five profiles on researchers who unlock the power of big data. By Sharon Oosthoek Susan Brown, University of Guelph 

Particle spotter

As part of a series, the Canada Foundation for Innovation created five profiles on researchers who unlock the power of big data. By Sharon Oosthoek Reda Tafirout, TRIUMF The holy 

Particle spotter

As part of a series, the Canada Foundation for Innovation created five profiles on researchers who unlock the power of big data. By Sharon Oosthoek Reda Tafirout, TRIUMF The holy 

Protein Sleuth

As part of a series, the Canada Foundation for Innovation created five profiles on researchers who unlock the power of big data. By Sharon Oosthoek Régis Pomès, SickKids Hospital Spying 

Stephane Moreau

Managing the flow

Stephane Moreau studies the acoustics of transportation systems to minimize health risks Stephane Moreau describes his fields of study as “transportation and ventilation systems” but he admits that when it 

Digital Humanities - Compute Canada

Compute Canada’s Technology Briefing

Compute Canada is the national resource provider for advanced research computing and big data, delivering a full range of systems and services to researchers. Funding from the Canada Foundation for 

Spotlight: Preparing Our People for Innovation

As part of the annual report, Compute Canada has highlighted some of its users and their projects. Helping high school students become skilled in computational thinking, programming habits and high performance 

Spotlight: CBRAIN

As part of the annual report, Compute Canada has highlighted some of its users and their projects. CBRAIN is a web-based software that allows neuroimaging researchers to perform computationally intensive analyses 

Genetics DNA

Spotlight: GenAP

As part of the annual report, Compute Canada has highlighted some of its users and their projects. Genetics and Genomics Analysis Platform (GenAP) is a computing platform for life sciences researchers. 

A Vision for Research Excellence in Canada

Compute Canada’s Digital Research Infrastructure Consultations Response Advanced research computing underpins our national prosperity and is a major ingredient in the recipe that will transform our nation from a resource-based 

Spotlight: Globus

As part of the annual report, Compute Canada has highlighted some of its users and their projects. Launched in 2014, the Compute Canada Globus Portal is a fast, reliable, and secure 

Dr. Poul Sorensen

Spotlight: Fusion Genomics

As part of the annual report, Compute Canada has highlighted some of its users and their projects. Fusion Genomics is a Canadian company that was able to transform its discovery research 

Technology Deployment Plan

On July 30th, 2015, Canada Foundation for Innovation’s (CFI) announced $30 million funding,  from their Cyberinfrastructure Initiative; this investment is being managed by Compute Canada.   Compute Canada is currently 

Collaboration

Annual General Meeting

Compute Canada hosted its Annual General Meeting in Montreal on September 15th, 2015. In many ways, it was a great opportunity to share the latest developments with approximately 50 attendees. 

Ice/water system during ice melting

hese animations by Dmitri Rozmanov and Peter Kusalik (University of Calgary) demonstrate how discrete atoms and molecules can be visualized with a continuous 3D renderer, in this case ParaView.   

Compute Canada Awards of Excellence 2015

Compute Canada Awards of Excellence

Within Compute Canada’s four regions, more than 200 team members and support personnel are distributed from coast to coast, many employed by universities, enabling them to work closely with local research 

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