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Cyber Enabled Discovery and Innovation

The research group of Professor Steven Girshick ( MSI Fellow ; Mechanical Engineering ) uses MSI to support their development of computational models of gas plasmas in which nanoparticles nucleate and grow. These plasmas have industrial applications, such as semiconductor processing and materials...

What is Stratus?

Stratus is a subscription-based Research Compute Cloud with support for Protected Data Backed by HPE hardware and open-source software, OpenStack (Newton) and Ceph (Kraken) Three types of cloud storage: Block device Volumes S3-compatible Protected Object Cache S3-compatible Persistent Object...

MSI Research Exhibition 2017

Tuesday, April 25, 2017 12:00-4:00pm 4th and 5th Floors, Walter Library MSI will hold its annual Research Exhibition on Tuesday, April 25, 2017. The event will include a panel discussion about employment in fields using scientific computing, industry presentations about current and emerging...

MSI Users Bulletin – December 2017

The Users Bulletin provides a summary of new policies, procedures, and events of interest to MSI users. It is published quarterly. To request technical assistance with your MSI account, please contact help@msi.umn.edu . 1. Annual Account Renewals : The MSI 2017 allocation period ends on December 31...

Modeling and Analysis for New Wind Technology

Minnesota Supercomputing Institute (MSI) Provides Modeling and Analysis Support for Development of INVELOX, A Wind-Generated Energy Technology Developed by SheerWind, Inc. SheerWind, Inc. , a Minnesota-based company, has been developing novel approaches for generating electric power from the wind...

Xaim (DISABLED - will be removed on 8/10/2017)

NOTE: Due to lack of use, the Xaim software module has been disabled and will be removed from MSI systems on 8/10/2017. If you need this software, please contact help@msi.umn.edu . Xaim is a X11 Motif graphical user interface to several programs based on some aspects of the Theory of Atoms in Molecules developed by Prof. R.F.W. Bader and coworkers.

Trans-ABySS (DISABLED - will be removed 8/18/2017)

NOTE: Due to lack of use, this software module has been disabled and will be removed from MSI systems on 8/18/2017. If you need this software, please contact help@msi.umn.edu . Trans-ABySS is a software pipeline for analyzing ABySS-assembled contigs from shotgun transcriptome data. The pipeline accepts assemblies that were generated across a wide range of k values in order to address variable transcript expression levels.

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