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A Call for Proposals for the 2016 HPC Grants program is tentatively scheduled to be announced in late summer of 2015.
In recent years, Oak Ridge National Laboratory’s (ORNL) commitment to providing the world’s most powerful open resource for scientific computing has resulted in an impressive computational capability in Oak Ridge, Tenn. ORAU has partnered with the laboratory to provide opportunities for meaningful faculty and student engagement with ORNL’s leadership-class computing capabilities through the ORAU/ORNL High-Performance Computing (HPC) Grant Program.
The program was established in 2009 to encourage new and expand existing research initiatives among ORAU member institutions using high-performance computing systems. The program is a competitive grant program managed and funded by ORAU and open only to ORAU’s member institutions. To date, a total of 14 grants have been awarded—four in FY 2009, two in FY 2010, four in FY 2012, and two in FY 2013 and two in FY 2015. No new grants were awarded during FY 2011 or FY 2014.
The goals of the joint ORAU/ORNL HPC Grant Program include:
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Two recipients and two ORNL principal investigators were awarded High Performance Computing grants for 2015: