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Colourful Tales of Colourless Tasks

Colourful Tales of Colourless Tasks Leqi (Jimmy) ZhuResearch Fellow, University of MichiganCS-Can|Info-Can Distinguished Dissertation Award Winner 2019   The main focus of this award-winning thesis was to prove lower bounds on the amount of shared memory needed for a collection of asynchronous processes to solve certain simple, yet fundamental, distributed computing tasks (“colourless” tasks). […]

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Taulbee Survey

Taulbee Survey CS-CAN/Info-CAN prepared a report of the Canadian slice of the 2022 Taulbee Survey which covers the year from July 1, 2021 to June 30, 2022. This slice incorporates data about Canadian responses that were not included in the 2022 Taulbee Survey report (e.g., information about student and faculty gender and ethnicity, and breakdowns

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Awards Process Each award sponsored by CS-Can|Info-Can has a nominations process that is overseen by a Selection Committee comprising a panel of computer scientists from a variety of sub-disciplines of the field. The panels are appointed by the Board of Directors on the recommendation of the chair of the Awards Committee. AWARD YEAR Awards for

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Student and Postdoc

Student & Postdoc Advisory Committee (SPAC) We are a committee of 8-12 elected students and postdocs attending Canadian universities who are working with CS-Can | Info-Can to advance Canadian computing research, education and innovation. Specifically, our mission is to foster and represent the community of Canadian Computer Science post-secondary students and postdoctoral fellows. Linda Wang,

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Research Committee Mandate  ” The Research Committee solicits input from the CS research community and works to shape government action and funding policies to further the progress of Computer Science research and support computer science researchers. It also advises the community about government and funding agency programs and policies and facilitates the sharing of best

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Current Members

Current Members A B C D K L M N O Q R S T U V W Y Acadia University Algoma University Athabasca University Bishops University Brandon University  Brock University Carleton University  Carleton University Information Technology  Concordia University Dalhousie University Kings University Lakehead University Laurentian University MacEwan University McGill University McMaster University Memorial University

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Board Members

Executive Committee Marc Frappier President (2021-2024) Professor Université de Sherbrooke Bettina Kemme Vice President (2021-2024) Professor McGill University Doina Precup Past President (2021) Associate Professor McGill University Jonathan Schaeffer Treasurer (2021-2024) Prairies RepresentativeProfessor University of Alberta Olga Baysal Secretary (2022-2025) Director-at-LargeAssociate Professor Institute of Data ScienceCarleton University Departmental Members Joanne Atlee (2023-2026) Professor University of

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Constitution & Bylaws Of CS-CAN | INFO-CAN Foundational Principles of CS-CAN | INFO-CAN The Constitution and Bylaws are the bedrock of our organization, outlining the fundamental principles and governance structure of CS-CAN | INFO-CAN. They serve as a guide for our operations and decision-making, reflecting our dedication to excellence in the field of computer science.

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