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All accounts in the UMBC High Performance Computing Faculty (HPCF) are set up under a principal investigator (PI). A PI must ordinarily be a regular UMBC faculty member. All accounts for members of research groups must be sponsored by a PI. Therefore, to set up an account for a group member who is not the PI, both the member and the PI must have accounts created for them, and both must submit account request forms for themselves. Each form must select the appropriate Role in Research Project below.
If you are a member of a research group, specify the name and contact information of the account sponsor.
All projects using the facility must submit a title and abstract to be posted in the list of projects using this machine.
Please supply title, abstract, and list of people affiliated with the project below.
See the list of projects on the HPCF webpage for examples.
If you have more than one project,
e-mail the information about the additional projects to the
chair of the user committee, Matthias K. Gobbert.
The goal of HPCF is to direct users to the most appropriate resource available at UMBC.
To this end, it is important for us to understand your needs and plans.
Please explain your computational needs and expected level of usage of yourself and members of your research group.
We ask these questions in order to plan usage of the machine as well as possible and to inform you if this is not the right machine or its available space is not suitable for your needs.
Some sample questions include: How long does your code run? How much memory does your code require? How much disk space will you need to store data and results?
Please use the following field for comments or special requests for your account that do not fit into any other category.
This facility is a shared resource and relies on all users to be communicative, to be responsible users, to adhere to the usage rules, and to help maintain and expand this facility.
Therefore, you must check the following box for this application to be considered.
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