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Writing a Successful XSEDE Allocation Proposal


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Supercomputing Bootcamp: XSEDE Allocation Workshop - July 7, 1-5pm
NDUS IT Building - Room 116
4349 James Ray Drive
Grand Forks, ND

Remote participants can attend via a live broadcast on the site Collaborate.CSGrid.org .
View the Agenda

Obtaining scaled computing resources locally can be difficult. Local resources may not be configured in a manner compatible with your research application, may be unavailable due to heavy use, or may be lagging support options. One method for addressing these issues is to apply for Compute Cycle Allocations on national level Supercomputing resources through the Extreme Science and Engineering Discovery Environment (XSEDE).

On Thurs, July 7th, 2016 from 1-5pm, the UND Computational Research Center will host a workshop on "How to Write a Successful XSEDE Allocation Proposal" . Participants may attend in person, or remotely through the live YouTube broadcast. Some workshop activities require access to a computer, please bring a laptop with you. View the Agenda

Who Should Attend?: Faculty researchers from any XSEDE Region 3 (ND, SD, MN, WI, IA, IL) institution may attend. Participants may choose to attend all or part of the workshop, but all attendees will need to pre-register using the form below. Attendees from institutions outside of ND will be sent remote participation information prior to the workshop.


HPC Bootcamp Registration is now CLOSED - How to Write a Successful XSEDE Allocation Proposal