Current News

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Responsible for giving hitchhiking robot HitchBOT a voice, GRAND NI Frank Rudzicz is developing software to improve the lives of people with speech impairments. (U of T News)
(Posted: Sep 03 2014)
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GRAND researcher Dr. Charles Clarke is exploring ways to make your online searches more relevant to you. (Waterloo News)
(Posted: Sep 02 2014)
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University of British Columbia graduate students Antonio Sanchez and Andrew Ho took first and second prizes respectively at the SIGGRAPH 2014 Student Research Competition.
(Posted: Aug 22 2014)
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Games developed a the summer incubator hosted by Concordia’s TAG Centre, Dawson College and GRAND NCE shown at Google Montreal arcade. (Concordia News)
(Posted: Aug 21 2014)
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Researchers from both NCEs to take part in one-day workshop in Toronto aimed at identifying joint projects.
(Posted: Aug 20 2014)
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Several GRAND researchers across Canada participate in international event that explores latest tools and methods for visual data analysis.
(Posted: Aug 14 2014)
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Graduate students in digital media connect with local high school students at special networking event hosted by GRAND.
(Posted: Aug 13 2014)
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Computer graphics and HCI researchers in GRAND will represent Canada at leading international computer graphics conference.
(Posted: Aug 08 2014)
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Funded projects pair independent artists with researchers from the natural and social sciences and the health sciences in the creation of new artistic works.
(Posted: Aug 05 2014)
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New massive open online course developed by Sean Gouglas and his team at the University of Alberta explores what video games teach us about culture, gender, sex and violence.
(Posted: Jul 29 2014)

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Canada 3.0 2014

New Date for Canada 3.0 2014

TRTech and the Canadian Digital Media Network (CDMN), partners in presenting the Canada 3.0 2014 conference, are pleased to announce that the event has been rescheduled in Calgary for October 28-30, 2014.

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