DECI-15 call for proposals is now open

Closing 28 February 2019

Published Jan 28, 2019

The Distributed European Computing Initiative (DECI) offers computing time on Tier-1 European supercomputing resources for projects that need access to Tier-1 supercomputing resources not currently available in the principal investigator's own country or for the purpose of international collaboration. Note that projects proposed for DECI calls should not require resources on the very largest European supercomputers (Tier-0) or very large CPU allocations.

DECI-15 Call

Closing date

28 February 2019, 17:00 UTC

Anticipated allocation decisions

May 2019

Allocation start

3 June 2019

Allocation period

1 year for Project Access

Type of access

DECI (Tier-1)

DECI provides cross-national access to European Tier-1 HPC resources (national systems). Access under the DECI-15 call will be awarded for a period of 12 months, beginning 3 June 2019. Resources are available on the following architectures: Cray XC30/Cray XC40, Intel clusters (various processor and memory configurations) and hybrid systems (clusters with GPGPU accelerators or Xeon Phi Co-processors (KNC)) made available from the Czech Republic, Finland, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Norway, Poland, Spain, Sweden, the Netherlands and the UK. Applicants need not specify a particular machine or architecture, but if they do, we will endeavour to take those preferences into account.

For more information please refer to .
For help with applications please contact Dr. Lilit Axner ( ).