XSEDE Gives Out $17 Million in Supercomputer Time

June meeting awards 341 million computing hours

The Extreme Science and Engineering Discovery Environment (XSESE) Resource Allocations Committee has announced that it assigned a total of 341 million computing hours (valued at $17.05 million) at its June quarterly review. The allocations went to 138 HPC projects.

The XSEDE manages space on several leading research HPC systems across the US. Project topics range from the hard sciences to the humanities. To apply for space in the next round of funding, see the XSEDE website.

The total requests in the latest allotment were for 924 million hours, which means about 37% of the requested hours were funded.