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The 3rd HPC Production Access Call for Proposals under LinkSCEEM-2 and Cy-Tera projects is now open!
LinkSCEEM aims at the establishment of a high performance computing (HPC) eco-system in the Eastern Mediterranean region by integrating and coordinating regional resources. The Cy-Tera facility is the first multi-Tflop/s HPC facility in Cyprus, serving the needs of the Cypriot scientific community by supporting applications in many fields of great scientific and/or societal importance. LinkSCEEM and Cy-Tera invite scientists from the Eastern Mediterranean region to their third joint call for production access to HPC resources.
This call invites applications for computing resources in order to carry out projects which have high scientific quality and impact. Allocation will be for 1 year starting from Wednesday 1st May 2013. This call runs in parallel to the rolling call for Preparatory Access.
The deadline for submission of proposals for the joint call is Thursday 28th February 2013. Applications will be subject to technical review and subsequently to a scientific review by domain experts.
Total number of core hours available (per year) for resources is roughly 10 million core hours and 200.000 GPU hours.
More details of the call for proposals can be found here.
The Cyprus Institute