All researchers affiliated with the Danish universities and the Royal Danish Library can get access and use the ABACUS 2.0 supercomputer under the same conditions.
- To request access, please fill out the Account Request Form.
- Proposers for any kind of allocation schemes must hold at least the position of postdoc within their institution.
- PhD students request access in consultation with, and under the auspices of, their supervisor.
- Users are billed according to how many node hours they could be allocated on ABACUS 2.0.
Types of allocation
- The maximum amount is 10000 node*hours on slim nodes and 2000 node*hours on fat and GPU nodes.
- The maximum allowed period to use the compute time is 8 months.
- Requests can be done at any time, and they will be processed as soon as possible.
- This kind of allocation provide access for a period of one year.
- Requesters are required to have a track-record of research based on the use of HPC platforms.
- The allocation of the available resources for regular projects follows a schedule of four months’ periods, called “allocation periods”. The three yearly allocation periods are: 1st of March to 30th of June, 1st of July to 31st of October, 1st of November to last day of February.
- Up to a 20% of the original allocated resources for a period will automatically be carried over to the next period, if the project has not used all available resources. Unused resources in excess of 20% of the original allocated amount will be lost.