CANARIE Announces Investment in New Software Tools for Scientific Research and selects CRIM's project

CANARIE Announces Investment in New Software Tools for Scientific Research and selects CRIM's project

Published September 13, 2016

CANARIE is investing $2.3M in five Canadian research projects. The recipients will introduce new software and research tools to CANARIE’s ever-growing registry of research software, making them available to publicly funded researchers across Canada and maximizing the impact of publicly funded research.

CRIM is very pleased to announce that our research software project has been selected.

Adnotare; led by André Lapointe and Dr. Pierre André Ménard. A highly collaborative, bilingual annotation portal that will help researchers expedite the creation and consolidation of knowledge bases of multimedia content by automating data annotation tasks, and facilitating interaction among groups working on the same data. This innovative tool will meet the needs of researchers in software engineering, healthcare, criminology, education sciences, digital humanities and linguistics. 

CANARIE also selected the PAVICS project that CRIM will collaborate to develop.

Power Analytics and Visualization for Climate Science (PAVICS); led by Diane Chaumont from OURANOS. A platform that dramatically streamlines climate science research. Running on networked supercomputers, this platform will allow Canadian and international climate scientists to create and visualize custom climate change scenarios for impact and adaptation studies by enabling them to explore, analyze, transform, and visualize climate model simulations. PAVICS seeks to transform time-consuming climate research tasks into a streamlined click, drag and drop exercise.

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