2012 INCITE Program to Award Millions of CPU Hours to Researchers

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Today the U.S. Department of Energy announced it is accepting proposals for the 2012 Innovative and Novel Computational Impact on Theory and Experiment (INCITE) program, which supports high-impact scientific advances through the use of the DOE Leadership Computing Facilities located at Argonne and Oak Ridge National Laboratories. In 2011, INCITE Awarded 1.7 billion processor hours to 57 projects, with an annual average allocation of 27 million processor hours.

“Now entering its ninth year, in 2012 the INCITE program will grant scientists and engineers at universities, national laboratories, industry and other research organizations across the world access to lightning-fast high-performance computing systems not commonly available in academia or the private sector.”

Submissions are now open. Don’t delay — proposals are due June 30. Read the Full Story.