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Biologically Inspired Artificial Immune Systems for Computers

“It was love at first compile,” recounts Katherine Skocelas about her journey from advertising and public relations to computer science. Skocelas, a Ph.D. student in the Ecology, Evolution, and Behavior Program and Department of Computer Science & Engineering, became curious about digital...

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New Documentation Feedback Option

ICER’s public documentation wiki pages have a new feature that allows users to easily and quickly provide feedback. At the bottom of the wiki pages, there is a frowning face and a smiling face that users can click to let us know how we’re doing. If a user clicks on the frowning face, there will be...

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Help With SSH Key-Based Authentication

We have had a high volume of tickets requesting help with SSH key-based authentication in the past week after we switched to this requirement for the rsync.hpcc.msu.edu file transfer gateway. This particularly affects users who use the software FileZilla for their file transfer needs. We have...

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Image of Dr. Liz Munch with w3 Award logo. Text reads: ICER RESEARCH HIGHLIGHT, DR. LIZ MUNCH

ICER Research Highlight Video Receives Best in Show w3 Award

We are proud to announce that an ICER Research Highlight documentary short has won the w3 Award for Best in Show - Science and Technology Video. “The Puzzle of Topological Data Analysis,” created by ICER Communications Manager Michelle David, was selected from over 3,000 entries across the globe...

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Sign up to be a mentor for the Summer 2023 ACRES REU! (Deadline 10/28)

Dear Colleagues, The Advanced Computational Research Experience for Students (ACRES) REU is looking for mentors for its Summer 2023 cohort! ACRES is an interdisciplinary computational and data science REU that takes place every summer on MSU’s campus. This is a highly competitive program with...

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New AMD22 Cluster CPU Nodes Ready for Use

The new 'AMD22' CPU cluster nodes are ready for use ahead of schedule! The CPU nodes are currently available, and we anticipate the GPU nodes will be available by the end of the calendar year. The cluster has a total of 80 nodes with a theoretical performance of over one quadrillion double-...

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2022 MSU Cloud Computing Fellows

Introducing the 2022 MSU Cloud Computing Fellows

The 2022 MSU Cloud Computing Fellowship cohort has begun the first phase of their fellowship experience. Led by MSU’s Institute for Cyber-Enabled Research (ICER) and the ITS Data Management & Analytics (DMA) group, the fellowship is designed to provide cloud computing expertise and hands-on...

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Introducing Lab Notebooks in User Documentation

ICER Documentation now features a new section called Lab Notebooks. In contrast to general information and tutorials found in the rest of the documentation, these notebooks are meant to detail how to solve very specific problems that ICER staff have helped users with on the HPCC. For example, a...

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Seeking nominations for ICER’s new User Advisory Board (deadline 9/21)

Dear Colleagues, The Institute for Cyber-Enabled Research is creating a User Advisory Board (UAB) that will provide guidance to ICER in its mission to provide exceptional support for MSU's research computing needs, and we are seeking nominations for members of this group. It is our intent that the...

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ICER Welcomes Dirk Colbry

ICER Welcomes New Director of User Support: Dr. Dirk Colbry

Click the image above or the link here to watch the video interview. ICER Communications recently chatted with Dr. Dirk Colbry, who joined the team in a new role as the Director of User Support. Dirk is still a faculty member in the Department of Computational Mathematics, Science and Engineering (...

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Mapping HPC Drives With SSHFS

HPCC is now recommending SSHFS as the preferred method when mounting HPCC filesystems on a local system. Different from SMB mapping, which can only map to home or research space via MSU campus network, this method can also work on your scratch space and uses any internet network. Updated...

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Bioinformatics Consulting Service Survey (deadline: 8/19)

Dear Colleagues, MSU’s Institute for Cyber-Enabled Research and Research Technology Support Facility are exploring needs relating to a potential bioinformatics consulting program.  Our goal is to gain a better understanding of the populations of MSU researchers that may require a bioinformatics...

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