Research @ MSI

Latest research

The Minnesota Supercomputing Institute is a nexus for leading edge research and public-private collaborations. Given the breadth of research supported by the Institute, it is hard to overestimate the impact that MSI has on the University, the state of Minnesota, and the Nation.

meeting of Pseudo-Sudo group

A student group dedicated to co-teaching each other software and techniques for using supercomputing has kicked off the academic year.

maps showing spread of Palmer amaranth predicted by various models

Invasive plant species are a threat to native species in many habitats.

graphs showing composition of microbial communities during induction and repeat therapy

Patients with acute leukemia (AL) undergoing intensive chemotherapy treatment are also treated with multiple antibiotics.

diagram of pipeline for identifying fusion genes; photo of yellow lab with a small blue ball

Fusion genes are genes made by joining parts of two different genes.

four panelists sitting at a table

Image description: The panel discussion on employment in HPC. At table: Guy Adams, Dell; Jack Malluege, ANSYS; PJ Johnson, Microsoft; Rachel Dreikosen, Intel.

graph of random forest regression analysis results, with a background of multiple types of landscape

In order to predict and fight animal disease outbreaks, epidemiologists and other researchers need to understand how a given disease spreads through landscapes and populations.