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Undergraduate Research: XSEDE EMPOWER Program

Engage in a variety of XSEDE activities, such as computational and/or data analytics research and education in all fields of study, networking, system maintenance and support, visualization, and more. Apply to be a mentor or a student participant. The program provides a stipend for students and...

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2019 MSU HPC Buy-in Survey

Dear MSU researcher, ICER is planning to make a purchase of computational hardware in the next several months, to be deployed in summer 2020.  We are attempting to gauge interest in participation in this HPC buy-in, as well as the types of hardware that we will offer for purchase. Broadly speaking...

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Rclone on HPCC

Rclone is currently installed on HPCC. This software supports research in the cloud; and helps HPCC users to sync files and directories between MSU’s HPCC and their cloud storage, including OneDrive and Google Drive. Instructions for starting Rclone on HPCC are provided in the HPCC documentation....

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MSU Cloud Computing Fellows

MSU’s Institute of Cyber-Enabled Research (ICER) and the ITS Analytics and Data Solutions (ADS) group are proud to announce the first cohort of MSU Cloud Computing Fellows!  The MSU Cloud Computing Fellowship is a research opportunity that includes participation in a series of workshops that center...

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Why not to use Google Search for HPCC Wiki Pages

Do you need login (with a username and password) to visit our wiki pages? The answer is definitely no. If you encounter this situation while visiting our web site, you may be trying to access one of our unavailable pages (from google search or your previous links). Please use our main wiki page:...

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MSU Cloud Computing fellowship - Application deadline Sept. 27, 2019

MSU’s Institute of Cyber-Enabled Research and the ITS Analytics and Data Solutions group are accepting applications from MSU doctoral students and postdoctoral researchers to join the first cohort of MSU Cloud Computing Fellows.  As a part of this program, you will participate in a series of 3-4...

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R package R2OpenBUGS available on the HPCC

OpenBUGS is a software package that performs Bayesian inference Using Gibbs Sampling. The latest version of OpenBUGS on the HPCC is 3.2.3. R2OpenBUGS is an R package that allows users to run OpenBUGS from R.  To load R and OpenBUGS, run: module purgemodule load GCC/7.3.0-2.30  OpenMPI/3.1.1 R/3.5.1...

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ICER Student Highlights: Anna Yannakopoulos

Using Machine Learning to Decode Complex Diseases Anna Yannakopoulos is a graduate student in the Department of Computational Science, Mathematics, and Engineering at MSU. Under the advisement of Arjun Krishnan, she works on uncovering the genetic basis for disease in humans. To do this,...

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Update on ICER Disk System

Dear HPCC users,  As you know, we've been moving all users over to a new file system, IBM's Spectrum Scale (previously called GPFS). The process of moving all files from the older disk system to the new home, ufs18, has been completed. We have been working diligently with IBM to get all features of...

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Delving Deep into Elementary Particles with HPCC

Huey-Wen Lin is an assistant professor in the Department of Physics and Astronomy, and Computational Science, Mathematics, and Engineering (CMSE) at Michigan State. Here, she studies the properties of the fundamental subatomic building blocks of matter. She takes particular interest in using HPCC...

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ICER Student Highlights: Kayla Johnson

Advancing Medical Treatment with RNA Sequencing  Kayla Johnson is a graduate student in the departments of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology and Computational Mathematics, Science, and Engineering at Michigan State University. Here, she works under Dr. Arjun Krishnan to analyze genomic data and...

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Grant support for computational & data science REU supplements

Researchers with existing NSF grants or applying for new or continuing grants may apply for a NSF Research Experience for Undergraduate (REU) supplement to support up to two undergraduate research assistants. If your grant has a computational or data science research focus and you wish to...

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