The eXtreme Science and Engineering Discovery Environment (XSEDE) is accepting proposals for computationally intensive challenges facing industry that could be addressed with access to XSEDE expertise and resources. Faculty and researchers from accredited universities are eligible, as well as industry researchers, and researchers from government laboratories.
Proposals must describe a computationally challenging problem hindering industry today while demonstrating how the cooperative efforts of academia, industry and XSEDE, and potentially government research laboratories, will provide a framework for solving the problem.
Two-page letters of intent are due July 19, 2013 with full proposals are due Sept. 13, 2013. Read the Full Story.