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Expanding commercialization opportunities for Ontario’s industries
Expanding commercialization opportunities for Ontario’s industries
A focal point for provincial, national and international collaboration in advanced computing
A focal point for provincial, national and international collaboration in advanced computing
Developing an investment strategy for secure, predicable funding to support advanced research in Ontario
Developing an investment strategy for secure, predicable funding to support advanced research in Ontario
Working to retain, expand and develop Ontario’s Highly Qualified Personnel
Working to retain, expand and develop Ontario’s Highly Qualified Personnel
Facilitating a strategic and coordinated approach to computing, storage and data access
Facilitating a strategic and coordinated approach to computing, storage and data access

Who We Are

Compute Ontario is a not-for-profit corporation, incorporated in 2014, formed to support advanced computing in Ontario.

Compute Ontario is in its formative stages. Its early functions will include centralizing strategy and planning functions for advanced computing assets and investments in Ontario, including hardware, software, highly qualified personnel, data management, storage and security, and connectivity.


News

A conversation with Mark Daley, Compute Ontario’s Chair of the Board of Directors and upcoming diTHINK speaker

A conversation with Mark Daley, Compute Ontario’s Chair of the Board of Directors and upcoming diTHINK speaker

[Originally posted on the ORION website on January 06, 2016.] What do you do at Compute Ontario and why is Compute Ontario partnering with ORION at the diTHINK Conference? I am Compute Ontario’s newly appointed chair of the board of directors, and at Western University I am the interim associate vice president (Research) and an associate professor of computer science, biology and statistics and actuarial science. In my role as AVP (Research), I’m responsible for supporting the entire research endeavour ...

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Compute Ontario partners with ORION to present diTHINK

Compute Ontario partners with ORION to present diTHINK

Compute Ontario and ORION will co-present Ontario’s innovation event of the year: diTHINK. The joint conference – which combines Compute Ontario Research Day 2016 (CORD2016) and the ORION THINK Conference – gathers provincial thought leaders in research, education, and innovation. What does the “di” stand for? In addition to a full day of advanced computing programming, the event will focus on how technology empowers the ‘digital individual.’ “Digital individuals are do-it-yourselfers who can set ...

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Engage: Why advanced computing matters

Engage: Why advanced computing matters

[The first in a monthly series from Compute Ontario’s new President and CEO] I’ve always been fascinated by technology and its potential to “boldly go where no man has gone before.” Whether as a Trekkie growing up or, almost 30 years later, in a leadership role at a world-changing organization, it has long been clear to me that technology is redefining our world. Though health care has been my focus, technology has been the through line of my career. Each position I’ve held over the years has had a ...

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Compute Ontario appoints new President and CEO

Nizar Ladak Compute Ontario

[Toronto, Ontario] April 1, 2016 – Compute Ontario today announced the appointment of Nizar Ladak as President and Chief Executive Officer. Mr. Ladak brings outstanding leadership developed over two decades of senior management experience in national and provincial government organizations and hospitals. Most recently, as Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer with Health Quality Ontario, Mr. Ladak successfully led the organization through enhanced responsibilities and amalgamations, working clos ...

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Einstein’s discovery, Compute Ontario and you

Einstein’s discovery, Compute Ontario and you

Do black holes colliding a billion light years away make a sound? They do, and scientists have now heard and recorded this sound for the first time. Physicists say the faint noise is the first direct evidence of gravitational waves, the ripples in the fabric of space-time that Einstein predicted a century ago. This discovery reflects the best of what it means to be a scientist: overcoming almost insurmountable odds to open a vast new window on the cosmos. While our understanding of our place in the universe has ...

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