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Q&A: Illinois allocations on Blue Waters
08.29.13 - Permalink
Blue Waters is one of the world’s fastest computing systems. Each year that Blue Waters is in operation, up to 13 million node-hours will be allocated to projects from the University of Illinois. This resource provides Illinois faculty and staff with a unique opportunity to perform groundbreaking work in computational science and engineering. Proposals from faculty and staff interested in using Blue Waters are due SEPT. 15; for details about how to submit a proposal, see http://parallel.illinois.edu/allocation-time-blue-waters-uiuc.
If you have questions about the capabilities of Blue Waters and how they could be used for your research, or if you have questions about how to write a successful proposal, come to a Q&A about Blue Waters at 2:30 p.m. Friday, Sept. 6 at the NCSA Building, 1205 W. Clark St., Urbana. Project Director Bill Kramer and other NCSA staff will be available to answer your questions, and light refreshments will be provided.
Blue Waters is supported by the National Science Foundation through awards ACI-0725070 and ACI-1238993.