Joshua Hollett

Computer Simulations Offering New Insights Into Drug-Resistant Viruses

At The University of Winnipeg, Joshua Hollett is leveraging Compute Canada resources to better understand the role of viral mutation in the treatment of HIV and HCV.

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UofA Lab Develops Tools to Foster Minority Languages

Antti Arppe, Assistant Professor in Quantitative Linguistics at the University of Alberta, is hoping to develop a series of technical language tools for minority languages.
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SuperDARN Canada Leading the Charge in Study of Global Space Weather Patterns

With much of our lives driven by digital devices, real-time communications, and a reliance on uninterrupted signals, it can...

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Three staff members from WestGrid partner institutions received Compute Canada Awards of Excellence on June 18, in recognition for their exceptional support to a researcher or research group. In addition, three other staff from the region were... Read More »
July 2, 2015
In collaboration with Supercomputing 2015, the Women in HPC (WHPC) network is running a half-day workshop on Friday, November 20 featuring submissions (papers or posters) from female early career researchers. The aim of the workshop is to promote... Read More »
July 2, 2015
WestGrid's newsletter for June 2015 is now available to read online. Some of the items featured in this month's newsletter include: a recap of Compute Canada's 2015 High Performance Computing Symposium from Lindsay Sill, WestGrid's Executive... Read More »
June 26, 2015
The University of Alberta, a leading teaching and research institution in Canada, has announced today a partnership with CUCCIO and Compute Canada to host a joint conference in 2016. The conference will combine two annual national conferences,... Read More »
June 19, 2015
SIGHPC provides a limited number of travel grants for undergraduate and early-career graduate students to attend the annual SC Conference held each November. Students may be from any discipline represented at the conference (computer science,... Read More »
June 17, 2015