University requests for large-scale allocations due September 18

CISL is now accepting requests from university-based researchers for large-scale allocations for the new 5.34-petaflops Cheyenne cluster; submissions are due September 18.

Large allocations on Cheyenne are those of more than 400,000 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 CISL HPC Allocations Panel (CHAP) page.

Please contact cislhelp@ucar.edu if you have any questions about this opportunity.