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Chapel is a relatively new high-level programming language for shared- and distributed-memory machines. It combines the ease-of-use of Python and the speed of C++ and is the perfect language to learn... See event details
This presentation will outline issues researchers may encounter when manually managing workflows and how they can be overcome using pipeline automation tools.
This session is targeted at current Compute Canada users who are familiar with submitting jobs on Compute Canada systems, but could use some tips on how to use the scheduler more effectively.
Do you want help writing better applications to Compute Canada's Resource Allocation Competition (RAC) to help increase your science score and chance to receive a larger allocation for 2019? Does... See event details
Join us for information about Research Computing Services, Resources & Support from the University of Calgary and WestGrid. This FREE session will provide an overview of some of the expertise,... See event details
Today’s supercomputers are the most powerful calculating machines ever invented, capable of performing more than a thousand million million calculations every second. This gives scientists and... See event details
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