Getting Started on Compute Canada National Systems

Compute Canada’s newest national systems -- Cedar and Graham -- are now available for use by researchers. How To Access You...

Compute Canada and Portage Announce Beta Testing Stage of Federated Research Data Repository

OTTAWA, ON (June 16, 2017) – Compute Canada and the Canadian Association of Research Library’s Portage network are pleased...

Two WestGrid Team Members Win Compute Canada Awards of Excellence

Two WestGrid team members based at Simon Fraser University (SFU) have received Compute Canada Awards of Excellence in...

RAC 2017 Recipients Announced - 108 Projects in Western Canada

On May 19, Compute Canada announced the recipients of its 2017 Resource Allocation Competitions (RAC), representing some of...

Using Big Data to Analyse Dynamics of Stock Price Discovery

When a company releases its quarterly earnings, investors want to know how long it takes for any unexpected news to be reflected in the company’s stock price.

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WestGrid is one of four regional divisions of Compute Canada, a national platform of supercomputing expertise and resources.
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Recent News

There are less than two weeks left to submit nominations for the 2017 HPCwire Readers' Choice Awards! These annual awards are a way for global HPC community to recognize its best and brightest innovators. Now is the time to nominate your picks for... Read More »
August 15, 2017
The UBC Advanced Research Computing (ARC) team is looking for a Systems Administrator II  to design systems hardware and software solutions, define systems scope, and provide recommendations for all systems supported infrastructure as part of... Read More »
August 9, 2017
On August 31, 2017, the Breezy and Lattice systems at the University of Calgary will be defunded. This means they will no longer be operated by WestGrid and will be managed by the University of Calgary directly. System Use & Access After August... Read More »
July 24, 2017

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