Accelerating the pace of Canadian Research
The Centre for Advanced Computing (formerly HPCVL) located at Queen’s University, is a consortium comprised of Carleton University, University of Ottawa, the Royal Military College of Canada, and Queen’s University. We specialize in providing high availability, secure, advanced computing resources and support for academic and medical researchers. CAC operates a high performance data centre as part of the Compute Canada family serving Canada’s research community.
News & Events
As in previous years, 10 scholarships to attend the International HPC Summer School 2018, July 8-13, in Ostrava, Czech Republic are available to Canadian graduate students and post-doctoral fellows who are involved in projects with a computational component. The...read more
A new agreement will see Queen’s become the research and development hub for The PRS Group, a leading firm specializing in quantitative analysis-based risk...read more
Last year, over 200 students and 75 teams took part in the 2017 Queen's International Innovation Challenge - people registered from around the world with the goal of improving global food security. Students will put their analytics skills to the test as they identify...read more
Each fall, Compute Canada invites researchers to apply to our annual Resource Allocation Competitions (RAC) and request storage and compute resources. Applications submitted to these competitions are evaluated for both technical feasibility and scientific excellence....read more
Calling all students and post-docs at universities, colleges, research hospitals and research institutes across the country — starting October 2, the Canada Foundation for Innovation (CFI) wants to hear how working in state-of-the-art facilities and with cutting-edge...read more