2014 Call for Compute Canada Resource Allocation Proposals

September 24, 2013 in blog, blog-general, for_educators, for_researchers, for_users, news

Any Canadian academic researcher may obtain a default allocation on any Compute Canada system, including those at SciNet, at any time by registering with the Compute Canada DataBase (CCDB) and requesting accounts at one or more consortia. The size of default allocations vary by system.

A Principal Investigator who requires more than the default allocation (be it computing time or storage space), and who is eligible to apply to national granting councils for funding, must submit a proposal to Compute Canada’s Resource Allocation Committee (RAC). The Call for Proposals is posted on the Compute Canada site each fall, with awarded allocations running 1 Jan to 31 Dec of every year.

The 2014 call for resource proposals is now open. Proposals with details about the scientific and technical aspects, are to be submitted via the Compute Canada website CCDB site.

More details can be found in Compute Canada’s Call for Proposal Announcement.

Note: The Resource Allocation deadline has been extended. Proposals must be submitted electronically to Compute Canada on or before October 21, 2013 at 3pm (Eastern). It is however necessary to have started the application process by October 16.