CISL has two upcoming deadlines for large-scale allocation requests. Climate Simulation Laboratory requests are due March 23, and large requests from university researchers are due March 30.
The Climate Simulation Laboratory (CSL) is CISL's premier opportunity for researchers seeking high-performance computing and data storage systems to support extremely demanding, high-profile climate simulations. These long-running simulations typically require millions of core-hours to complete and usually produce many terabytes of model output that must be stored for analysis and comparison with other simulations and with observations. See the CSL web page for details.
Large allocations on Yellowstone are those for more than 200,000 core-hours. CISL accepts requests from university researchers for these large-scale allocations every six months. For submission instructions and information regarding available resources, see the the CISL HPC Allocations Panel (CHAP) page.
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions about the two opportunities or help determining which may be a better fit for your planned computational work.