- Simplified application: Only abstract needed (up to 1,000 characters)
- Can last up to 24 months
- Rolling call: applications can be sent throughout the year
- Fast review process
- Budget of 300,000 core hours:
- compile your application
- test if your applicaton works
- perform scaling tests (needed for regular and large scale applications)
- The goal of a test project should be to demonstrate that the code runs on at least 816 cores (17 nodes) per job (minimum for general queue)
The image shows the process of applying for a GCS test project on SuperMUC-NG. All applications for projects on SuperMUC are managed through the GCS-JARDS tool, hosted by GCS, the Gauss Centre for Supercomputing.
After finalizing your application within the GCS-JARDS website, you will be asked to print out and sign the "Principal Investigator’s Agreement for Access to HPC resources". Scan the signed document and email it to HPC-Benutzerverwaltung@lrz.de.
Once your project is approved, your SuperMUC-NG project will be created by LRZ. GCS-JARDS is used to manage the review process, collect status reports, final reports, dissemination material, and to manage project extensions.
The above image shows the process of applying for a GCS test project on SuperMUC-NG.
Upload your application
Log in to GCS-JARDS to upload your application.