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Ceph in HPC Environments at SC15

Overview Individuals from MSI , UAB , RedHat Inc. , Intel Corp ., CADRE , and MIMOS came together at SC15: The International Conference for High Performance Computing, Networking, Storage and Analysis on Wednesday, November 18, 2015 in Austin, TX to share their experiences with Ceph in HPC...

Student Visit to MSI

On June 27, two students visited MSI to learn about the MSI and the supercomputers. AJ (Alec) Olson and Jake Grisim, who are visually impaired, were given a tour of MSI by Yectli Huerta, HPC Systems Administrator, and Eric Badger, Student Technical Support Lead. AJ attends St. Croix Preparatory...

Call for Proposals for Blue Waters System

posted October 28, 2013 The Great Lakes Consortium for Petascale Computation (GLCPC) has announced their Call for Proposals for annual allocations on the Blue Waters HPC system. The GLCPC is a collaboration among colleges, universities, national research laboratories, and other educational...

IonE Profile of MSI PI Gulliver

posted on November 7, 2013 Professor John Gulliver ( Civil Engineering , St. Anthony Falls Laboratory , and Institute on the Environment Resident Fellow) was recently profiled on the Institute for the Environment’s “Eye on Earth” blog. The blog post highlights Professor Gulliver’s work studying...

October 2009

The use of massively parallel computing on powerful machines has been a great benefit to many scientific researchers. Among these are the astrophysicists, who deal with enormous datasets as they study cosmic phenomena. Professor Tom Jones, Department of Astronomy and Interim Director of the...

Gene expression profiling human ovarian carcinoma

<p><strong>Gene Expression Profiling in Human Ovarian Carcinoma Using Primary Tumorgrafts</strong></p> <p>These researchers have developed primary patient ovarian carcinoma tumorgrafts for the purpose of defining gene expression signatures linked to outcome and therapeutic response. A number of these models have been analyzed by DNA microarray. The next step is to analyze these arrays in conjunction with publicly available datasets via the appropriate Microarray Data Analysis Software (primary and ancillary). The number of arrays being analyzed simultaneously requires MSI&#39;s HPC hardware.&nbsp;</p> <body id="cke_pastebin" style="position: absolute; top: 38px; width: 1px; height: 1px; overflow-x: hidden; overflow-y: hidden; left: -1000px; "> </body>
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Fungal Gut Microbiomes

<h3 class="red">Fungal Gut Microbiomes</h3><p>The Gale lab studies the fungal gut microbiome in a variety of human and mouse subjects. Fungal sequencing is performed by the <a href="">University of Minnesota Genomics Center</a> using a next-generation sequencer from Illumina. Data generated by sequencing is analyzed using MSI&#39;s HPC systems due to the massive amounts of output from the sequencing experiments.&nbsp;</p><p>This PI&rsquo;s research was featured in an <a href="">MSI Research Spotlight</a> in April 2015.</p><p>Return to this PI&rsquo;s <a href="">main page</a>.</p>
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Who reviews SU and storage allocation requests?

The default level of 70,000 SUs is granted automatically. Requests for the next level of 280,000 SUs are reviewed by MSI staff. Requests for more than 280,000 SUs are reviewed by the HPC Allocation Committee. Requests more than the default group storage allocation of 150 GB are reviewed by MSI...

LCSE-MSI Visualization Laboratory (LMVL)

About the LMVL The LMVL is located in room 125 in Walter Library. It is set up for high definition presentations and interactive graphical analyses of very large or complex systems and data through the use of high performance networking, storage, and computational resources. The LMVL systems are...

MSI Research Exhibition 2018

2018 MSI Research Exhibition Tuesday, April 17, 2018 1 st , 4 th , and 5 th Floors, Walter Library MSI held its annual Research Exhibition on Tuesday, April 17, 2018. The list of poster session winners can be found in the Research Spotlight about the event . Thank you to the poster session judges!...