The 2021 INCITE Call for Proposals opens in mid-April and closes June 19, 2020. The Innovative and Novel Computational Impact on Theory and Experiment (INCITE) program promotes transformational advances in science and technology for compute and/or data-intensive large-scale research projects such as scientific modeling, simulation, and data analytics and Artificial Intelligence (AI) campaigns. INCITE projects are awarded large allocations of computer time and supporting resources at the Argonne and Oak Ridge Leadership Computing Facility (LCF) centers, operated by the US Department of Energy (DOE) Office of Science. INCITE seeks research enterprises for capability computing from diverse areas: production simulations, compute intensive machine or deep learning applications, or large scale data analysis that use a large fraction of the LCF systems and cannot be performed on less capable resources. INCITE supports high impact simulation, data and AI approaches which require the unique architectural infrastructure, high performance storage and networking capabilities available at the LCF centers.
INCITE is currently soliciting proposals of research for awards on LCF HPC machines for calendar year (CY) 2021. LCF HPC machines available in CY2021 include Summit, the 200-petaflop IBM 922AC machine and Theta, the 12-petaflop Cray XC40 machine. Up to sixty percent of the allocable computing time will be made available on each of these machines to the INCITE program for CY 2021. Proposals may be for up to three years.
To help you prepare your proposal for submission, the INCITE program invites you to participate in an INCITE Proposal Writing Webinar. Free and open to the public, the webinars will provide both prospective and returning users the opportunity to ask questions and receive guidance on how to write an effective INCITE proposal. The INCITE Program Manager and representatives from each of the two Leadership Computing Facilities will present.
Webinars will be held on:
- May 5, 2020 | 9 a.m. (U.S. Central)
- June 5, 2020 | 1 p.m. (U.S. Central)