The first Michigan State University (MSU) Cyberinfrastructure Days event will be held Oct. 25-26 in the Biomedical and Physical Sciences building.
CI Days is an opportunity for the MSU community to share information and learn more about cyberinfrastructure resources and their use in research. The conference begins Oct. 25 at 5 p.m. with a reception and poster session. A day of workshops, presentations and a resource fair will follow on Oct. 26.
The event will feature presentations by nationally-renowned research leaders; panel discussion with the National Science Foundation program directors on the future of CI-enabled discovery and learning; poster session showcasing CI-enabled research at MSU; and resource fair featuring research support units.
The no-cost event is open to the MSU community and registration is available at tech.msu.edu/CI-Days.
CI Days is jointly sponsored by the Vice President for Research and Graduate Studies and the Vice Provost for Libraries and IT Services.