Open Calls from Japanese HPCI

HPCI is a shared computational environment that connects the major supercomputers as well as storages in Japan via high-speed networks (SINET5). For more details on the current available project calls, please refer to the Open Calls from Japanese HPCI announcement and the information below.

 

1. Urgent Call for Fighting against COVID-19
Available resource: See the appendix table (*Note* Fugaku is not included) in the Open Calls from Japanese HPCI.
Duration: Up to six months until the end of March 2021
Usage charge: None
Proposal Submission: Call issued on April 15, 2020 and is open until further notice.
For more information, go to https://www.hpci-office.jp/pages/e_hpci_covid19

2. Call for Proposals for Fugaku Preliminary Use Projects in FY 2020
Available resource: RIKEN R-CCS Supercomputer Fugaku.
Duration: Up to six months until the end of March 2021
Usage charge: None
Proposal Submission: Call will open at beginning of October 2020 (scheduled) and be open until further notice.
For more information, go to https://www.hpci-office.jp/pages/e_fugaku_prelim

3. Call for proposals for research projects using the HPCI System in FY2021
The shared use of the supercomputer Fugaku is scheduled to start in Japanese Fiscal Year 2021. This call is targeted towards projects promising to yield achievements using the computational
resources of the HPCI system as well as the flagship system Fugaku in FY 2021.
For more information, go to https://www.hpci-office.jp/pages/e_r03_boshu