Users in Sweden
Calls for LUMI Sweden allocations are issued by SNIC – The Swedish National Infrastructure or Computing.
You can apply for the national LUMI resources as an academic user affiliated with a Swedish higher-education or research institute. SNIC offers two types of access to LUMI resources via calls: General access and Large access.
General access open to all fields of science. It is meant for users to collect GPU performance data on LUMI in order to document the technical feasibility of their proposals to be submitted to LUMI Large Access calls. It is also meant for projects focusing on code and algorithm development and developing a science portal or other infrastructure software components.
Monthly evaluation of proposals during the year. To apply, you must be a scientist in Swedish academia, at least at the level of assistant professor or equivalent. Note that this type of access will be available when the whole LUMI system is in production.
Large access is open to all fields of science justifying the need for the capacity to use large allocations in terms of compute time (especially GPU) and data storage resources.
Evaluation of proposals will be done once a year with a peer-review procedure. To apply, you must be a scientist in Swedish academia, at least at the level of assistant professor or equivalent. The allocation periods start 1 January for a 12-month period. The calls for LUMI Large access are aligned in time with SNIC Large calls.
See also https://www.snic.se/allocations/compute/x-large/.
For any urgent questions please contact the LUMI User Support Team.