DeiC National eScience Center offers support to get new HPC users started. Researchers at any Danish university may submit a call of interest for a project to become a DeiC National eScience Pilot Project at DeiC National LifeScience Supercomputer, DTU.
A national eScience pilot project is granted up to forty hours of technical support and 10,000 compute node hours. The project is selected as an HPC frontrunner within the research field in question, and the people involved are required to share their HPC experience in relevant fora.
DeiC National LifeScience Supercomputer, DTU aims to reach new branches in the continuously growing HPC community and is especially focused on projects related to Business Intelligence within lifescience. However, other lifescience related disciplines will also be considered.
All calls of interest submitted will receive an evaluation with their respective HPC applicability and hence potential nomination as an eScience frontrunner pilot project at DeiC eScience Center.
If you have any questions, please contact computer scientist Ali Syed on phone number: 60 90 46 46 or via E-mail: email@example.com.