The DECI-10 call for PRACE Tier-1 resources is now open

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 The DECI-10 call for PRACE Tier-1 resources is now open
 The closing date for applications is 14th December 2012, 12:00 CET.
 Successful projects are allocated resources for a period of 1 year from
 1st May, 2013 to 30th April, 2014.
 DECI (Distributed European Computing Initiative) enables European
 researchers to gain cross-national access to European Tier-1 resources
 (national systems) regardless of their country of origin or employment
 and to enhance the impact of European science and technology at the
 highest level. Proposals must deal with complex, demanding, innovative
 simulations that would not be possible without Tier-1 access.
 IBM Blue Gene/Q, Cray XE and Cascade, and a range of large clusters
 including GPU resources will be made available from Bulgaria, Czech
 Republic, Finland, Germany, Ireland, Italy, The Netherlands, Norway,
 Poland, Sweden, Serbia, Spain, Switzerland, Turkey and United Kingdom.
 Please note that, in addition to offering access to computing
 resources, applications-enabling and porting assistance from experts at
 the leading European HPC centres is offered.
 Please note that LRZ is this time not offering access to TIER-1
 computing resources on SuperMIG.
 Please see for examples of
 previously successful projects.
 All DECI proposals should be submitted by email to using the standard DECI proposal
 template available at The DECI
 support team is available to answer questions by email while the call
 is open and applicants are encouraged to contact us if they have any
 For any queries related to applications or eligibility please contact:
 More information is available at:
 The Partnership for Advanced Computing in Europe (PRACE) is an
 international non-profit association with its headquarter in Brussels.
 The PRACE Research Infrastructure (RI) provides a persistent
 world-class High Performance Computing (HPC) service for scientists and
 researchers from academia and industry. The implementation of the PRACE
 RI receives funding from the EU Seventh Framework Programme (FP7/
 2007-2013) under grant agreements nRI-261557 and nRI-283493.

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