Megan Meredith-Lobay: Digitizing the Humanities

Megan Meredith-Lobay, based at the University of British Columbia, is an ARC analyst for the digital humanities and social...

WestGrid Office Hours: Scheduling & Job Management

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Meet the University of British Columbia's ARC Team

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University of Alberta Research Team Exploring Artificial Intelligence Applications in Security

About a year ago a team of researchers led by Dr. Michael Bowling at the University of Alberta created a computer program that essentially solved the game of two-person Texas hold’em poker.

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Have questions about using a scheduler on Compute Canada systems? Join WestGrid on Friday, July 29 from 10:00 - 11:00 am MDT for an online Office Hours session. Members of our Support Team will be available to answer inquiries and troubleshoot... Read More »
July 22, 2016
Megan Meredith-Lobay, based at the University of British Columbia, is an ARC analyst for the digital humanities and social sciences. She is responsible for helping researchers use advanced research computing tools to simplify or significantly... Read More »
July 20, 2016
The UBC Advanced Research Computing (ARC) team is an institutionally-dedicated service for research across all disciplines working on questions that have large data and computational needs. Along with WestGrid and Compute Canada, they provide... Read More »
July 13, 2016
CANHEIT-HPCS 2016 Poster Winner
Two University of Alberta-led research projects that used mathematical simulations to provide a critical window into the complex ecosystem changes happening in northern oceans have won the top two prizes at the CANHEIT | HPCS Conference in Edmonton... Read More »
July 13, 2016
Throughout the past 10 years, the Banff Science Communications program has become very well renowned. It is a two-week intensive conference focused on improving the way attendees present their research both in writing and through oral presentations... Read More »
July 10, 2016