Exploring Advanced Research Computing in Mining @ Laurentian University March 30

Exploring Advanced Research Computing in Mining

Mining in Ontario is big business. Ontario’s mineral production sector contributes 78,800 jobs and nets $12 billion to the Canadian GDP. What’s more, fully one third of that $12 billion comes from the Greater Sudbury area.

With this in mind, SOSCIP and Compute Ontario are pleased to announce that we will co-host a one-day workshop at Laurentian University in Sudbury on March 30th. This workshop will explore how advanced research computing can drive innovation and growth in Ontario’s mining sector.

“Exploring Advanced Research Computing in Mining” brings together policymakers, researchers and leaders from the private sector. By creating a forum for the exchange of ideas, this event paves the way for future innovation in northern Ontario’s mining sector.

Attendees are invited to hear from distinguished leaders from industry, including our keynote speaker Sarah Sun, from Goldspot Discoveries. Sarah will speak to the potential for Big Data to drive growth in mining. 

SOSCIP is uniquely placed to achieve results for industry, as our track record shows. We specialize in linking industry experts to the brightest minds from academia. Together, we know these partnerships can solve technical, business and social challenges that will lead to new, actionable knowledge.

This is a fantastic opportunity to meet with major players in mining and learn about the exciting new technologies that will reshape the mining for years to come.  

To register and find out more about the event, click here