Troupeau de caribous migrateurs

Events

Upcoming Events

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This presentation will provide an overview of the problem of domains and languages with poor or insufficiently representative learning data for the design of artificial intelligence software applied to Canada's Aboriginal languages, such as an automatic translator, an intelligent tutorial system, or a conversational agent.
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Webinar hosted by Guillaume Proulx and Jean-Philippe Messier, RMBMU
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Webinaire hosted by Fabrice Calmels and Louis-Philippe Roy, Yukon University
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Webinar hosted by Catherine Alexandra Gagnon, ÉRÉBIA
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A webinar presented by Jean-Éric Tremblay, Director of the Institut nordique du Québec and Scientific Director of the Québec-Ocean strategic cluster, and Professor in the Department of Biology at Université Laval
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Webinar hosted by Martine Lizotte (Université Laval); Gwenaelle Chaillou (UQAR) and Raoul-Marie Couture (Unversité Laval), researchers affiliated with project Nunataryuk
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Webinar hosted by Justine Gagnon, professor, Département du Géographie, Université Laval
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The INQ Northern Days will be held in a hybrid format on November 10 and 11, 2020. Theme of the event: the sustainable development of northern communities.
science day, INQ Northern Days
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Webinar hosted by Catherine Alexandra Gagnon, ÉRÉBIA

Past Events

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This year was marked by extreme events in the Arctic, from an unexpected ozone hole in the spring, to unprecedented fires in Siberia, the rapid melting of glaciers in Greenland and Svalbard, and the collapse of an ice shelf in Nunavut. These events imply changes faster than current models predict and highlight the need for international collaboration to better understand, predict and adapt to these new northern conditions. This conference will describe these recent events and then present two major international research projects for the analysis of the changing Arctic: the Multidisciplinary drifting Observatory for the Study of Arctic Climate (MOSAiC) and the parallel project Terrestrial Multidisciplinary distributed Observatories for the Study of Arctic Connections (T-MOSAiC).
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A webinar presented by Daniel Chartier (Université de Québec à Montréal).
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with Karine Aubin, research advisor - Centre RISC
training
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A webinar presented by Patrick Labbé, Chef – Innovation, projets majeurs et conversion réseaux autonomes chez Hydro-Québec
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A training offered by Sentinel North in collaboration with IMPAKT Scientifik.
training
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A webinar presented by Philippe Juneau (Université de Québec à Montréal).
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A workshop offered by Sentinel North in collaboration with Julien Chapdelaine, strategic advisor - social media, FRQ; and Marianne Falardeau, northern researcher and scientific communicator, Chaire Littoral
training
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Presenter: Marcel Babin, Director, Takuvik Joint International Laboratory; Québec Océan; Professor, Department of Biology, Université Laval
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The MinErAL project (of the INQ Research Chair on Sustainable Development of the North) invites you to participate in a webinar entitled "Border flows in the Canadian North and Circumpolar Governance".

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