The first phase of Georgia State University’s Research Portal, utilizing the Sharepoint platform, will roll out this Friday, Dec. 13. The portal streamlines many research administrative processes and resources into a one-stop-shop for all your Georgia State research needs including:
online completion, routing and submission of frequently used OSPA forms; easy tracking of requests and… more »
XSEDE and the Pittsburgh Supercomputing Center are pleased to announce a regular series of remote workshops on high-performance computing (HPC) topics. These hands-on workshops provide a convenient way for researchers to learn about the latest techniques and technologies of current interest in HPC.
A two-day workshop to give C and Fortran programmers a hands-on introduction to MPI programming will be… more »
All federal agencies resumed full operations on Oct. 17, 2013. The NSF and NIH have released information about changes in award funding and proposal deadlines due to the government shutdown. See the links below for this information. Most other federal funding agencies have not issued any… more »
The new human research protocol management system, iRIS, is now in operation. All IRB submissions should now be through the new system. iRIS may be accessed by going to http://protocol.gsu.edu and using your Campus ID and Campus ID password. All tutorials and guides on how to use iRIS may be found at the more »
ATLANTA – Five Georgia State University students were recently inducted as inaugural members of the university’s national neuroscience honor society – Nu Rho Psi.
On Sept. 24, 2013, neuroscience graduate students Jarod Collens and Kill Weathington; seniors Sepehr Goshayeshi and Sara Khan; and junior Morgan Mosley were sworn in via an official induction ceremony.