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XSEDE

CIG administers a modest allocation on XSEDE resources to help CIG researchers perform small scale research tests and benchmarks, with the aim of obtaining their own XSEDE allocation.

Current allocation SUs:  

as of 4 November 2017

Allocation expires 31 March 2018.

We remind all users that this allocation is for community use for use in benchmarking and small runs in preparation of your own allocation request.  Please contact staff before submitting runs to ensure enough SUs are available.

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If you are a U.S. researcher and you wish to use CIG's XSEDE allocation, apply for an account:

  1. Go to xsede.org
  2. Create an account by selecting Sign In and Create an Account.
  3. After your account has been confirmed as active, apply to use the CIG allocation.

Allocation Policy

Please check back for account policy and usage guidelines.

Apply for Your Own Allocation

We recommend you start by applying for a small startup allocation on XSEDE, which is accepted at any time during the year.  XSEDE also accepts request for regular allocations on a quarterly basis. Help is also available for proposal development.

Citation

Papers, presentations, and other publications that feature work that relied on XSEDE resources, services or expertise should cite the following publication:

John Towns, Timothy Cockerill, Maytal Dahan, Ian Foster, Kelly Gaither, Andrew Grimshaw, Victor Hazlewood, Scott Lathrop, Dave Lifka, Gregory D. Peterson, Ralph Roskies, J. Ray Scott, Nancy Wilkins-Diehr, "XSEDE: Accelerating Scientific Discovery", Computing in Science & Engineering, vol.16, no. 5, pp. 62-74, Sept.-Oct. 2014, doi:10.1109/MCSE.2014.80

Acknowledgement

User’s should consult individual software manuals for licensing and acknowledgement information.

In addition, CIG and XSEDE should be acknowledged as follows:

[Insert software name] is hosted by the Computational Infrastructure for Geodynamics (CIG) which is support by the National Science Foundation award NSF-949446. This work used the Extreme Science and Engineering Discovery Environment (XSEDE), which is supported by National Science Foundation grant number ACI-1053575 access through the CIG Science Gateway and Community Codes for the Geodynamics Community MCA08X011 allocation.

For more information on citing XSEDE resources, see: https://www.xsede.org/how-to-acknowledge-xsede

Publications

Please submit references to all publications resulting from the usage of CIG software and XSEDE allocation.

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