Canarie reported a further Canarie noted in a release that these new projects enable Canadian scientists to analyze, visualize and share immense volumes of research data, transforming data into knowledge and insight that contribute to
Canarie said its Research Software Program invests in and supports two types of projects:
-Research Platforms are software for research within a specific discipline
-Research Services are software components that perform specific data management functions (i.e. storage, visualization, transfer, retrieval, etc.) that could benefit any research platform, regardless of discipline
The Platforms will re-use 9 Services from previous rounds of investments and contribute 27 new Services to this pool of resources.
In total, Canarie is funding the development of 60 research services and 12 research platforms over the course of its current mandate.
Canarie announced the following new Platforms and Services, in diverse disciplines ranging from sustainable buildings and smart structures, to immunogenetics, arctic environmental studies and e- learning.
New Research Platforms:
-iReceptor; led by Dr.
-Research Platform for Smart Facilities Management (RP-SMARF); led by Professor Shikharesh Majumdar,
-VidEo: Annotation Processing System (VESTA); led by
-ArcticConnect; led by Professor
-Green 2.0; Led by Professor Tamer El-Diraby,
New Research Services:
-Generic 3D Web-Viewer Service (BrainBrowser); Led by Dr.
-ExPLORE Complex Oceanographic Data; Led by
-Active Folders; Led by Dr.
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Canarie reported a further
Canarie noted in a release that these new projects enable Canadian scientists to analyze, visualize and share immense volumes of research data, transforming data into knowledge and insight that contribute to