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CFI Cyber-infrastructure Consultation / Information Session - Vancouver
Throughout the month of June, the Canada Foundation for Innovation (CFI) will be holding a series of information sessions across Canada to gather commmunity feedback on its new Cyber-infrastructure Initiative. The CFI has earmarked $50 million for this initiative, to offer the institutions that make up the Compute Canada national platform an opportunity to upgrade their current computational and storage capacities, and an opportunity for researchers to work closely with data scientists and tool developers to devise optimal ways of organizing, categorizing and analyzing their data resources.
Throughout the month of June, the CFI will be holding a series of information sessions across Canada to gather commmunity feedback. Following that consultation process, a draft Call for Proposals will be developed.
Researchers, senior researcher administrators, university staff and others interested in this initiative are invited to attend these sessions in person or to send input to Robert Davidson, Vice-President, Programs And Planning, at email@example.com.