Upcoming seminars and workshops

MATLAB: Machine Learning Workshop using the Classification Learner App

Participants will work through modules focused on classification analysis in MATLAB and gain practical hands-on experience with the tools by building various classification models. The workshop also demonstrates how educators can use this app in the classroom.

Demystifying Deep Learning: A Practical Approach in MATLAB

This seminar demonstrates new MATLAB features that simplify the tasks and eliminate the low-level programming in deep learning. We’ll build and train neural networks that recognize handwriting, classify food in a scene, and figure out the drivable area in a city environment.

Introduction to Apache Spark

Apache Spark is a (relatively) new open-source cluster-computing framework for high performance processing of large datasets. This workshop will introduce the basic concepts of Apache Spark followed by a hands-on demonstration of practical applications, with a focus on designing and executing a data analytics pipeline within the Spark environment.

Transitioning to Slurm on CentOS7

Beginning October 15th, job submission on the HPCC with Moab/Torque will no longer be available and users must transition to using slurm to submit their jobs by this date. This workshop covers the basics of updating your job script to run with Slurm on HPCC and other key changes.

BMB 961-301: Gaps, Missteps, and Errors in Statistical Data Analysis

This is an advanced short (1-credit) course designed to: (1) discuss common misunderstandings & typical errors in the practice of statistical data analysis; and (2) provide a mental toolkit for critical thinking and enquiry of analytical methods and results.

R on HPCC

Learn about using R on the MSU’s High Performance Computing system via the command line and batch jobs.

Transitioning to Slurm on CentOS7

Beginning October 15th, job submission on the HPCC with Moab/Torque will no longer be available and users must transition to using slurm to submit their jobs by this date. This workshop covers the basics of updating your job script to run with Slurm on HPCC and other key changes.

Transitioning to Slurm on CentOS7

Beginning October 15th, job submission on the HPCC with Moab/Torque will no longer be available and users must transition to using slurm to submit their jobs by this date. This workshop covers the basics of updating your job script to run with Slurm on HPCC and other key changes.

Introduction to Linux

Learn how to navigate the UNIX file system and write a basic shell script as a prerequisite for submitting computational jobs on the HPCC.

Monthly Workshop: Introduction to HPCC

This is a hands-on introductory workshop on using MSU’s High Performance Computing Center (HPCC).

CMSE 491/890: Bioinformatics & Computational Biology

An introduction to contemporary topics, discussing the major biological/biomedical questions, exploring the relevant datasets, and understanding the underlying analytical approaches (from probability/statistics, applied mathematics, algorithms/data-structures, and data-science/machine-learning).