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Viewing entries posted in 2009
The CSSDP attended the Amercian Geophysical Union (AGU) Fall Meeting last week in San Francisco.
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On Dec 9, 2009 the CESWP team presented a seminar on Version Control at the Space Physics Seminar at the University of Alberta.
I attended the Enbridge Famous 5 Foundation luncheon last week. It is a series of lunches that profile women, who talk about their experiences from and passion along the path to their extraordinarily successful careers.
I was among thousands of individuals at Supercomputing in Portland last week fortunate enough to see the former Vice President of America, Al Gore talk on Climate Change.
Cybera staff are gathered this week at Supercomputing ’09 in Portland, OR along with 12,000 others interested in the latest computer technologies.
The annual event, which took place at the Hyatt Regency in Calgary, honoured innovative work by Alberta’s science and technology community.
The lunchtime event highlighted the valuable synergies between the Department of Computing Science and Cybera, and it was an opportunity to introduce one of Cybera’s newest projects, CESWP
Over 60 delegates are attending the Cybera-hosted session Green IT in Higher Education at Summit 09 right now…
Cybera-hosted sessions at Summit 09: Partnerships in CI Development begin today and will explore leading-edge initiatives around data management, the advantages of going green in IT, business opportunities through cloud computing, and up-and-coming areas of cyberinfrastructure.