Calcul Québec is an umbrella organization composed of Québec Universities brought together by advanced research computing (ARC). These member Universities, committed to better serve the needs of the research community through collaboration, pooled together their human and material ARC resources under the Calcul Québec banner. To meet the demands of today’s researchers, Calcul Québec relies on three main components:
- Data centers hosting supercomputers at the leading edge of technology
- Teams of highly qualified advanced research computing specialists
- The excellence and expertise of Québec researchers in all spheres of knowledge
Interim CEO: Suzanne Talon
For more informations: http://www.calculquebec.ca/en
Canada Research Chair on the Transformations of Scholarly Communication
The goal of the Canada Research Chair on the Transformations of Scholarly Communication is to increase understanding of how knowledge is currently being disseminated by analyzing the characteristics of papers written by academic researchers.
Chairholder: Vincent Larivière (Université de Montréal)
For more informations: http://crc.ebsi.umontreal.ca/en
Canada Research Chair in Digital Textualities
We are now living in a digital world where everything is writing and textualities. We derive our identity from writing – profiles, data entered into the databases, lines of code -, every one of our actions is based in some way upon writing – from clicking to buying a book or planning a trip -, the objects surrounding us are the result of a writing process. The Canada Research Chair in Digital Textualities brings a new interpretation and insight to the writing that has become part of our world. This site provides information about all the projects carried out by the Chair, member publications and the theoretical concepts used in research.
Chairholder: Marcello Vitali-Rosati (Université de Montréal)
For more informations: http://ecrituresnumeriques.ca/en/
The Collaborative Knowledge Foundation’s mission is to evolve how scholarship is created, produced and reported. CKF is building open source solutions in scholarly knowledge production that foster collaboration, integrity and speed.
Cofounders: Kristen Ratan and Adam Hyde
For more informations: http://coko.foundation/
Huma-Num is a Very Large Facility which aims to facilitate the digital turn in humanities and social sciences.
It organises a collective dialogue with communities via consortia accredited by Huma-Num and provides a technological infrastructure on a national and European scale based on a vast network of partners and operators.
Director: Olivier Baude (Université d’Orléans)
For more informations: http://www.huma-num.fr/about-us
Implementing New Knowledge Environments (INKE) is a collaborative group of researchers and graduate research assistants working with other organizations and partners to explore the digital humanities, electronic scholarly communication, and the affordances of electronic text.
Director: Ray Siemens (University of Victoria)
For more informations: http://inke.ca
Director: Bertrand Gervais (Université du Québec à Montréal)
For more informations: http://nt2.uqam.ca/en
Observatoire des sciences et de la technologie
L’Observatoire des sciences et des technologies (OST) is an organization devoted to the measurement of science, technology and innovation (STI). Since its inception in 1997, the OST has earned an enviable reputation in the field of STI measurement. This achievement is based on two complementary types of activity.
Scientific Director: Yves Gingras (Université du Québec à Montréal)
For more informations: http://www.ost.uqam.ca/en-US/Home.aspx
Public Knowledge Project
PKP is a multi-university initiative developing (free) open source software and conducting research to improve the quality and reach of scholarly publishing.
Director: John Willinsky (Université de Stanford)
For more informations: https://pkp.sfu.ca
RALI is one of the largest university NLP (natural language processing) labs in Canada. RALI’s team includes computer scientists and linguists with considerable experience in NLP.
The main research projects at RALI are in the fields of computer-aided translation, information retrieval, extraction and visualization, as well as automatic summarization, in various areas. Furthermore, RALI has taken part in several well-known international competitions in those fields, on a regular basis.
For more informations: http://rali.iro.umontreal.ca/rali/?q=en
The Visualization for Information Analysis lab (vialab) is a research group at the University of Ontario Institute of Technology, lead by Dr. Christopher Collins. The lab’s research focuses on information visualization, with special attention on text and document analysis. Other research themes include human-computer interaction more generally, interactive surface and tabletop display interaction and applications research, and computer supported learning. The lab maintains a range of collaborations with other academic researchers both at UOIT and beyond, as well as industrial collaborations.
Director: Dr. Christopher Collins (University of Ontario, Institute of Technology)
Plus d’informations: http://vialab.science.uoit.ca/