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EuroHPC JU’s Regular Access call open for European researchers

Open call

The European High Performance Computing Joint Undertaking’s (EuroHPC JU) Regular Access call to access its supercomputers, including LUMI, is open. The call is open to all fields of science.

EuroHPC’s pre-exascale and petascale supercomputers are available in this call, including: Vega, located in Slovenia, MeluXina, located in Luxemburg, Karolina, located in the Czech Republic, Discoverer, located in Bulgaria, LUMI, located in Finland, Leonardo, located in Italy, and MareNostrum, located in Spain.

The call is continuously open, with a maximum time-to-resources-access (start date) of 4 months after the cut-off date. The allocations are granted for one year (single year access).

The overall foreseen cut-off dates for 2023 are:

  • 3 November 2023 – 10:00 AM CET

Researchers from academia, research institutes, public authorities, and industry established or located in an EU Member State or in a country associated with Horizon 2020 are eligible to apply.

This Regular Access call offers three distinctive application tracks:

The Scientific Access Track

Open to all fields of science, this track calls for applications with a case to enable progress of science in the domains covered. These applications are expected to be able to justify the need for large allocations in terms of compute time, data storage and support resources because they are significantly contributing to the progress in their domain. The Scientific Track prioritises 75% of the total resources available at each cut-off period.

The Industry Access Track

This track prioritises 20% of the total resources available for this cut-off period for proposals with a Principal Investigator from industry.

The Public Administration Access Track

This track prioritises 5% of the total resources available for this cut-off period for proposals with a Principal Investigator from the public sector.

More info

Further details about the call can be found on the EuroHPC JU website. All proposals must be submitted via the PRACE calls portal.

More information about EuroHPC JU’s different access modes is available on the Get started section.