Alexander Moewes, Canada Research Chair in Materials Science with Synchrotron Radiation at the UofS

University of Saskatchewan Team Shaping the Future of Technology

Dr. Alexander Moewes, and his very talented and productive research group, the Beamteam, are studying cutting-edge materials that could shape the future of technology.

SPARC2 Survey: Seeking Researcher Feedback on Future Needs

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If information is power, how can we ensure that society is using it in the most accountable way possible? This October, Cybera is partnering with MRnet and SRnet to present Cyber Summit 2016, a two day summit that will focus on the privacy / policy... Read More »
May 19, 2016
WestGrid has three job opportunities available this summer for students, funded through the HRSDC Canada Summer Jobs (CSJ) program. CSJ is an initiative of the Summer Work Experience program, creating summer job opportunities for young people who... Read More »
May 18, 2016
On Tuesday, May 24, WestGrid's Visualization Coordinator Alex Razoumov will be presenting an online tutorial that looks at 3D graph visualization with NetworkX, VTK, and ParaView. This session is open to anyone interested in data visualization tools... Read More »
May 17, 2016
The CANHEIT | HPCS 2016 program is now available online! Thank you to everyone who submitted session proposals for the event. We’ve got an exciting lineup of diverse topics and engaging speakers from across the country. Example sessions include:... Read More »
May 6, 2016
Research poster submissions to CANHEIT | HPCS 2016, Canada's largest gathering of campus IT leaders and advanced research computing experts and researchers, are due by Friday, May 13. Abstracts are welcomed from any discipline, even if it doesn't... Read More »
May 4, 2016