LARGE ALLOCATION REQUEST FORM
The next deadline for Large Allocation Requests (for review by the WRAP) is
11:59 p.m. December 23, 2016.

Note that these requests are for the
Cheyenne resource. For purposes of requesting Cheyenne allocations, assume that one Yellowstone core-hour is equivalent to 0.82 Cheyenne core-hours. That is, estimate your computational need based on Yellowstone costs and multiply the total by 0.82 to arrive at your Cheyenne estimate.
See https://www2.cisl.ucar.edu/resources/computational-systems/cheyenne for more details about the Cheyenne system.

Use this form for large requests that require WRAP approval, i.e., those projects requiring more than 200,000 core-hours (includes sum of previous allocations). Large allocations require a Request Summary document be attached to this form (PDF only); detailed instructions and guidance for preparing this document are given under the Allocations tab.

This form constitutes an official request for computing services available through the Computational and Information Systems Laboratory (CISL) of the National Center for Atmospheric Research. Please fill in all of the fields on this form and, when finished, click the "Submit" button at the bottom. A webpage acknowledging receipt of your request should be displayed. If you submit a request for computing services you should get a response within 48 hours. If you do not, please contact alloc@uwyo.edu.

Once you submit the form you will no longer be able to make changes directly; you may email changes to alloc@uwyo.edu.
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  • 1. PROJECT LEAD INFORMATION

    Please provide the following information about the project lead.
    Note: the project lead must be a Wyoming researcher.
  • (Professor, Research Associate, etc)
  • A user account (and YubiKey token) are required for accessing project information via the CISL portal, as well as other resource use.
  • (Include a summary of research team's experience and the number of people on the team involved in the project):
  • This is a person whom the Project Lead will delegate management and computing responsibilities on the project. The person can add or remove users and will be CISL's point of contact for benchmarks and production runs.
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