Upcoming seminars and workshops

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).

CMSE Bioinformatics Spring 2019 Modular Courses

These (1 month, 1 credit) graduate level modules are designed for busy graduate students who need to learn computational skills while balancing their work in the research lab. Track 1 provides a practical introduction to basic programming, statistical and data handling concepts. Track 2 focuses on analyzing bioinformatics data including genomic and RNA-seq data.

Supercomputing for Everyone Series: de novo assembly of transcriptomes using HPC resources workshop

The NCGAS workshop will include discussions, lectures, and hands-on tutorials to cover topics important to getting started constructing and analyzing transcriptomes-without the use of a genome.

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).