The call for applications for HPC resources available to SDU employees only is open until the remaining resources for 2022 have been allocated. Submitted applications will be evaluated on a continuous basis.
There are remaining resources on the following types of National Systems:
HPC Type1, Interactive HPC
Access the YouGene cluster hosted at the SDU eScience Center and the GPUs and Virtual Machine (VM) infrastructure at Aalborg University via UCloud by submitting a grant application for a research project as explained in the related documentation.
Remaining resources available to SDU in 2022: 2,000,000 CPU core hours and 99,000 GPU core hours.
HPC Type 2 – Throughput HPC
Access the HPC Type 2 facilities by submitting an application form via our service desk. The hardware accessible to SDU users for a Type 2 HPC project is shown below. NB: there is no FAT or GPU nodes on Type 2.
|Xeon Gold 6230 Cascade Lake, 40 cores, 192 GB||AMD EPYC Rome 7452, 64 cores, 512 GB||AMD EPYC 7351, 32 cores, 128 GB|
Remaining resources available to SDU in 2022: 92,000 CPU core hours.
HPC Type 3 – Large Memory HPC
Remaining resources available to SDU in 2022: 540,000 core hours.
LUMI – European pre-exascale supercomputer
Remaining resources available to SDU in 2022: 2,100,000 CPU core hours.
If you need help with/advice on how to write your application, please contact the representative from your faculty in the SDU eScience Center Operational Board:
- Associate Prof. Rocio Chongtay, firstname.lastname@example.org(HUM)
- Prof. Hans Jørgen Aagaard Jensen email@example.com (NAT)
- Prof. Oliver Baumann firstname.lastname@example.org (SAMF)
- Associate Prof. Martin Jakob Larsen email@example.com (SUND)
We do currently not have a representative from TEK in the Operational Board. If you are placed at TEK and need help with/advice on how to write your application, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.