The access to Irene is granted to scientific users through European and French calls for projects.
PRACE calls (European)
PRACE offers two calls per year, i.e. one every six months. CEA provides around 240 million core hours of Joliot-Curie for each PRACE call. The calls are open world-wide.
PRACE also offers “preparatory access” for most of the supercomputers. These calls are meant for code scalability tests and code optimizations, including a small amount of computing time and requiring less effort for the applicant. These calls are continuously open with regular cut-off dates: http://www.prace-ri.eu/prace-preparatory-access/
Find out more about PRACE calls:
- PRACE calls: http://www.prace-ri.eu/prace-project-access/
- PRACE peer-review tool and online forms: https://prace-peer-review.cines.fr
DARI calls (French)
DARI (Demande d’Attribution de Ressources Informatiques = Computing Resource Allocation Request) has two calls per year, i.e. one every six months. CEA provides around 180 million core hours of Joliot-Curie for each DARI call. The calls are open to French public research institutes or French industrial companies (with a requirement to publish the obtained results).
Find out more about DARI calls:
- DARI calls: http://www.genci.fr/sites/default/files/Organisation_allocations_DARI.pdf
- DARI peer-review tool: http://www.edari.fr
|Questions? Contact Jacques-Charles Lafoucrieres (firstname.lastname@example.org)!|