Innovative and Novel Computational Impact on Theory and Experiment (INCITE) Program
The INCITE program provides allocations to computationally intensive, large-scale research projects that aim to address “grand challenges” in science and engineering. The program conducts a two-part review of all proposals: a peer review by an international panel of experts and a computational-readiness review. The annual call for proposals is issued in April and the allocations are awarded in millions of core-hours for one to three years.
For more information, visit the INCITE website.
- Eligibility: Available to researchers in academia, industry and other research institutions. DOE sponsorship is not required.
- Review process: INCITE program conducts a two-part review of all proposals including a peer review by an international panel of experts, and a computational-readiness review.
- Application period: Annual call for proposals mid-April through the end of June. The INCITE website provides details on the most recent call, as well as guidance on proposals for the next allocation cycle.
- Award size: Low to high millions of core-hours
- Award duration: 1-3 years, renewable
- Total percent of ALCF resources allocated: 60%