This project was formerly Anthony Hall - Alterations to Rooms 3200 and 3211
Description: This project involved designing and renovating 7,345 square feet of existing space located on the first floor of the Biomedical Physical Sciences Building for the Michigan State University Institute of Cyber-Enabled Research (iCER). The mission of iCER is to coordinate and support multidisciplinary cyber-enabled research at MSU. iCER will improve MSU's national and international presence and competitive edge in disciplines and research that rely on advanced computing. This space will also be home for the Bio/computational Evolution in Action CONsortium (BEACON) pending approval of a grant application from the National Science Foundation. The mission of BEACON is to conduct research on fundamental evolutionary dynamics in both natural and artificial systems, educate a generation of multi-disciplinary scientists in these methods, and improve public understanding of evolution at all levels.
The renovated space will include:
Timeline: Construction began February 2009, and was substantially completed by June 2009, with final completion by September 2010.
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Project Representative: Brian Mullen, firstname.lastname@example.org, (517) 353-3112
Please refer to the Detours page for current and upcoming construction detour information.