The PRACE 8th Call for Project AccessPosted on 6 September 2013
The PRACE 8th Call for Project Access is now open until 15 October 2013.
This Call for Proposals targets large-scale, computationally intensive projects that would not be possible or productive without access to PRACE resources.
Applications for Project Access must use codes that have been previously tested and that demonstrate high scalability and optimisation to multi-core architectures or that demonstrate a requirement for ensemble simulations that need a very large amount of CPU overall.
For development and scaling of HPC codes, PRACE offers Preparatory Access here
The systems available for Project Access are:
The schedule for the next Call for Proposals for PRACE Project Access is:
|Call opens||3 September 2013, 12:00 (noon) CEST (Brussels Time)|
|Call closes||15 October 2013, 12:00 (noon) CEST (Brussels Time)|
|Administrative Validation||18 October 2013|
|Applicant responses received||13 January 2014|
|Allocation Decision||17 February 2014|
|Tier-0 Access, for 1 year allocation||4 March 2014 until 3 March 2015|
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