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  • Jeff Dahn Receives Inaugural Governor General's Innovation Award April 28, 2016 - Dr. Jeff Dahn at Dalhousie University has been recognized with one of the inaugural Governor General's Innovation Awards. - (Photo by Nick Pearce)..
  • Axel Becke Wins the Killam Prize April 18, 2016 - Dalhousie University's Dr. Axel Becke wins the 2016 Killam Prize in the Natural Sciences. The $100,000 award is funded through the Killam Trusts and recognizes outstanding career achievement in scholarship and research. - (Photo via the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada)..
  • Invitation to Calcul Québec's Advanced Computing Spring School March 16, 2016 - Advanced computing has become an essential tool for the whole research community, from chemists, physicists and engineers — who were the first to use advanced computing — to emerging communities in fields such as genomics, imaging, or big data analysis in the humanities and social sciences. - In 2016, the Calcul Québec Spring School will take place from June 6 to 10, 2016, at Bishop's University in Lennoxville ,Qc...


ACENET is a consortium of Atlantic Canadian Universities providing advanced research computing resources, collaboration and visualization tools, software, training, and support. Our experts help local researchers and industry use advanced computing to accelerate discovery and innovation in Atlantic Canada.

If you are a researcher, institution or company in Atlantic Canada and you’ve outgrown your laptop, you’re having difficulties with commercial cloud platforms, or you can’t afford expensive hardware and software, we might be able to help.

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