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  • Twenty-four Students Supported by ACENET Fellowships in 2016 July 6, 2016 - ACENET is proud to be supporting 24 graduate and undergraduate students from across the Atlantic region in this year's fellowship awards. Among them are 15 graduate students, with the balance undergraduates. This is the second and last year for this round of ACENET fellowships...
  • Two Atlantic Canadian Students Attend Premier International Summer School July 6, 2016 - Ten students from across Canada participated in the the one week International Summer School on HPC Challenges in Computational Sciences in Ljubljana, Slovenia, courtesy of Compute Canada. This premier training event was formed to increase high performance computing (HPC) expertise in the research community. - Through a rigorous application and review process, ten students from the 38 Canadian applications were able to participate this year with their expenses paid by Compute Canada. Among them were Neil Burke from Dalhousie University and Lukas Spies from Memorial University. Both are Computer and Information Science students...
  • 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)..

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