Many MSU research projects depend on using resources provided by HPCC, or from proposals that iCER staff have contributed to. We list here a sample of abstracts from funded research projects that utilize MSU HPCC computational resources, and/or that MSU iCER staff have contributed to writing these proposals. Some of these projects are expanded up on the Research Highlights section.
China's Urbanization and its Sustainability under Future Climate Change
Driven by fast economic development and relaxation of the urban migration restrictions, China has experienced rapid urbanization over the past three decades. This urban transformation has profound... more
Toward Sustainability of the High Plains Aquifer Region: Coupled Landscape, Atmosphere, and Socioeconomic Systems (CLASS)
The High Plains region hosts some of the most productive irrigated agricultural land in the United States, made possible by one of the largest contiguous aquifer systems in the world. Much of the... more
BEACON: An NSF Center for the Study of Evolution in Action
BEACON brings together scientists from across the nation to study evolution in action in both natural and virtual settings.
Influence of Confinement on Flow, Diffusion, and Boundary Conditions in Nano Channels: A Combined Quantum Dot Imaging and Molecular Dynamics Simulations Approach
Determination of the Equation of State of Asymmetric Nuclear Matter as part of the Semmetry Energy Project
The Symmetry Energy Project is an international collaboration, consisting of an interdisciplinary, experimental and theoretical team of... more
Dynamics of Polypeptides from Measurement of Intramolecular Contact Formation
Using the technique the PI developed to measure the rate of contact formation of non-local residues in an unstructured polypeptide, the PI plans to study the fundamental polymer dynamics of... more