Compute Canada launched its second round of consultations with Canada’s researchers and research-intensive institutions to develop the Sustainable Planning for Advanced Research Computing Phase II (SPARC2).

Feb 23 – Compute Canada will have their CTO (Dr. Greg Newby) on campus for a consultation session.  It is being held in Ellis Hall, Room 218 (2:00 – 4:00).  This is open to anyone who wants to provide input concerning the state of advanced research computing in Canada, and the need for increased investment in this area.

Compute Canada is asking for feedback from the broad research community on its data storage requirements and high performance computing needs over the next five years. Here is how to get involved and help shape advanced research computing (ARC) services in Canada: