Access proposals to the NeSI Compute Facilities are now open
The New Zealand eScience Infrastructure (NeSI) invites applications to access its facilities. NeSI is a collaboration of universities and CRIs providing access to compute resources for researchers across the country. The process is neutral of discipline or institution. We strongly recommend all interested research teams to apply for access.
The call closes 27th July 2012. We are receiving applications via the Proposal Development and Research allocation classes. Proposal Development is designed for project teams new to high performance computing to evaluate their applications on NeSI’s facilities at zero cost with full support. This class provides a relatively small allocation for a few months. Projects within the Research allocation class have received funding from a peer-reviewed grant process, such as the Marsden Fund. These grants are far larger allocations for a full year. They provided at either 80% or 100% subsidy, depending on the research team’s situation.
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