R-D Seminar - CBRAIN 2008-2015: The evolution of a scientific computing platform for neuroinformatics

R-D Seminar - CBRAIN 2008-2015: The evolution of a scientific computing platform for neuroinformatics
October 5, 2015 13:30
CRIM (405 avenue Ogilvy, bureau 101)

 CBRAIN 2008-2015: The evolution of a scientific computing platform for neuroinformatics

By Marc-Etienne Rousseau, System Architect - Technology Manager, ACElab, Montreal Neurological Institute, McGill University.

Conference in french

Abstract:  CBRAIN est une plateforme de collaboration scientifique vouée à faciliter l'utilisation et l'échange de données, d'outils et de ressources de calcul distribués par des chercheurs sans formation informatique avancée. Dans un paysage oùl'Internet, les ressources de grille et d'infonuagique sont en constante évolution, il est capital de nous assurer que nos plateformes aient la latitude et la flexibilité requises pour demeurer performantes et utiles. Dans cette présentation,nous discuterons de l'approche prise par une petite équipe académique pour tirer avantage d'une infrastructure hétérogène, ainsi que de la vision et des défis de l'avenir.

Biography: Since 2008, Marc Rousseau is the Director of Informatics for the CBRAIN Platform Team hosted in the Montreal Neurological Institute, McGill University. Before joining Dr. Evans’ group, Mr Rousseau was the Coordinator of Scientific IT at the McGill Life Sciences Complex, after a few crucial formative years within the West Coast Biotechnology Industry and the IBM Pacific Development Center. His dual formation in both Life Sciences & Computer Science, allows him to renew the often fragile links between the two scientific communities.His interests are International Collaborative Grid/Cloud Platform R&D and direct involvement with neuroinformatics and genomics research initiatives. 

 


CRIM regularly organises scientific seminars to foster the scientific curiosity of students, academics, industry and CRIM employees. Lecturers are internationally renowned experts; professors in CRIM’s partner universities; CRIM R&D personnel and graduate students.

Registration: Carmen.Robert@crim.ca or 514 840-7992.
Free of charge. Monday, October 5, 2015. From 13:30 pm to 14:30 pm.
At CRIM, 405 Ogilvy Avenue, Suite 101, Montréal. Room 11.

 

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