Jodrey School of Computer Science
Friday, January 24, 2014
Carnegie Hall 113
ACEnet & Advanced Computing in Canada
Chief Technology Officer
Computational Research Consultant
In this talk, we will give an overview of advanced computing resources and services
for researchers in Canada, focusing on ACEnet, the organization delivering these
services in Atlantic Canada. We’ll show the impact advanced computing tools are
making to our researchers by highlighting some of the exciting work being done.
We’ll show what resources and learning opportunities are available to you, and how
you can begin to take advantage of them.
About the Presenters
Greg Lukeman is the Chief Technology Officer of ACEnet. He did his BSc in
Mathematics at St. FX, and his MSc in Applied Mathematics at Dalhousie and was
introduced to High Performance Computing while working as a research assistant in
Oceanography. He’s based at St.FX in Antigonish.
Ross Dickson is a Computational Research Consultant with ACEnet, based at
Dalhousie University. He has a Ph.D. in computational chemistry from Queen's, and
has worked at the interface of science and computing in both industry and academia
for nearly 20 years.
Everyone is welcome to attend