Upcoming seminars and workshops

WEBINAR: Machine Learning for Algorithmic Trading

In this webinar we will use regression and machine learning techniques in MATLAB to train and test an algorithmic trading strategy on a liquid currency pair. Using real life data, we will explore how to manage time-stamped data, create a series of derived features, then build predictive models for short term FX returns.

Introduction to HPCC -- Cancelled

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

WEBINAR: XSEDE New User Training

The XSEDE new user training is a 90 minute webinar providing general overview and reference information for first-time users of XSEDE resources at any of XSEDE’s service providers. This session is particularly targeted at users who have just received their first allocation on XSEDE. It is not intended to teach programming, numerical methods, or computational science, but rather to provide a quick tour of what XSEDE has to offer.

Fall 2017 Bioinformatics Modular Courses in CMSE

The Department of Computational Mathematics, Science & Engineering will three 1-credit modular courses that provide training in Programming for Bioinformatics, Statistical Analysis & Visualizaion, and Transcriptomic Data Analysis.

Monthly Workshop: 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.

Matplotlib for Data Visualization

Matplotlib is a Python library for creating 2D-graphics. Learn to visualize data in Python and produce publication-quality figures.

Monthly Workshop: Introduction to HPCC

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

PC to HPC: Parallel Computing

This seminar will introduce the basic concepts of parallel computing and demonstrate these concepts through shell script examples.

Monthly Workshop: 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.

Call for Participation: Economic Research in High Performance Computing Environments

High performance computing specialists and economists whose research either uses or could benefit from high performance computing applications are invited to attend or present. CADRE is specifically interested in presentations that can connect new or emerging applications to estimation or simulation approaches similar to those done in the economic or financial literature.

Monthly Workshop: Introduction to HPCC

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

Introduction to SQL and Relational Databases

Learn the basics of using databases and Structured Query Language (SQL) to organize and analyze tabular research data.