Wyoming INBRE is working with the Advanced Research Computing Center (ARCC) to promote the use of cyberinfrastructure, computational science, and bioinformatics to increase UWyo's activity in computationally based biomedical research.
There is priority access available for processing, data storage, and technical support on Mount Moran (the ARCC resource) for members of the Wyoming INBRE Network. Submission of this application form is needed to become an INBRE user on Mount Moran.
Resources available (resources are to support specific projects and not generally assigned to a researcher, group project, or research categories):
1) Highest priority access to the 10 fat nodes that comprise the INBRE condo maintained and supported by the ARCC.a. 128GB RAM per nodeb. 2, 8-core processors per node2) Exclusive access to hugemem, a single 4-core, 3.5 GHZ, 1.024TB RAM node that is extremely useful for de novo genome assembly from fragment reads, and complex phylogenetic reconstructions.3) Technical support from ARCC with regards to software and interacting with Mount Moran. 4) Informatics support from the INBRE Bioinformatics Core.
Approval: Applications will be reviewed by the Wyoming INBRE Bioinformatics Core (the Core) on a rolling basis. Questions about this application process should be directed to Vikram Chhatre (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Nic Blouin (email@example.com).
All approvals for any of the resources listed above are contingent upon researcher agreement to provide timely information required for annual INBRE reporting, including publications and information on the demographics of the users benefiting from these NIH-funded resources. This includes submitting descriptions of research products (publications, presentations, grants applied for and awarded, conferences etc.) to the Core.
Timeline: INBRE Computational Resource Agreements are limited to a maximum duration of one year. Renewal of INBRE usage will be granted after review of individual accounts.
Other Requests: Any requests for use of Mt Moran that are not related to INBRE-theme related projects should be directed to the ARCC (https://arcc.uwyo.edu/).