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A National Research Infrastructure Offering Petascale Supercomputing Resources

NSCC Singapore was established in 2015 and manages Singapore’s first national petascale facility with available high performance computing (HPC) resources. As a National Research Infrastructure funded by the National Research Foundation (NRF), we support the HPC research needs of the public and private sectors, including research institutes, institutes of higher learning (IHLs), government agencies and companies.

Press Release

30 November 2020 - Singapore researchers plug in to world’s fastest supercomputer

A new collaboration between Japan’s RIKEN Center for Computational Science (R-CCS), Research Organization for Information Science and Technology (RIST) and NSCC, will allow Singapore scientists to directly tap on the HPC resources of Japan’s Fugaku supercomputer to do ground breaking research, enhance educational activities and develop talent in high performance computing (HPC). Find out more in the press release.

Project Call

9 December 2020 - Call for Startup Preparation Projects for Japan’s Fugaku Supercomputer

Be one of the first in Singapore to gain access to the Fugaku supercomputer and to conduct your research on this world-class platform!  

 

NSCC, in collaboration with our partners from Japan, is helping to coordinate a whole-of Singapore call for HPC startup projects to tap on to the incredible supercomputing power of Fugaku. NSCC is also offering to work with advanced, high-end Singapore HPC research projects to assist them in jointly reviewing proposals for resources to perform their ground-breaking HPC research using the Fugaku system. Alternatively, interested projects are free to submit their proposals directly to Japan via HPCI.

Project Call

2nd NSCC Call for Educational HPC Projects

Due to the overwhelming response to the first call launched from May to June 2020, NSCC will be launching a 2nd Call for Educational HPC Projects. Application period starts from now till 31 January 2021.

From the first call:

  • More than 10 million core compute and GPU hours allocated
  • More than 77 terabytes of storage allocated
  • 81 project submissions received
  • 77 project submissions approved
  • Submissions from institutions across Singapore including Singapore’s universities (NUS, NTU, SUTD, SIT), all local polytechnics and from A*STAR
  • Projects covered a variety of HPC-relevant applications such as AI, Big Data, HPC, Cybersecurity and Modelling & Simulation

Apply now!