Project Application Details

ARCHIE Project title: 1TB
Project PI: R3.19D, 204 George Street
Department: 21 September 2012
Address: R3.19D,, 204 George Street, licensed software, G1 1XW
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Does the PI require to run calculations? 10
Number of users involved in the project: 6 months
User 1 details:

Mr Jerzy Dziewerz
jerzy.dziewierz@eee.strath.ac.uk
Research Assistant

Service level requested: Already an user of Univ.of Strathclyde HPC; the new capability required is high-memory node to solve and compile complex equations using Mathematica; after this, some (optional) work might be needed with user-supplied CUDA code
ARCHIE Project description: 1TB
Potential output of the project:

Publication: Computationally efficient ultrasonic imaging methods
Publication: Application-specific ultrasonic 2D phased arrays
Further funding from Rolls-Royce and other bo

Project start date: 21 September 2012
Duration of the project: 6 months
Total CPU time required (in hours): 2000
CPU hours required by typical job: 10
Approximate amount of data created per job (in GB): Already an user of Univ.of Strathclyde HPC; the new capability required is high-memory node to solve and compile complex equations using Mathematica; after this, some (optional) work might be needed with user-supplied CUDA code
Approximate amount of data created per project: 1TB
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Software required for the project: licensed software
Software required to be installed for the project: Wolfram Mathematica
Experience in using software package 1:
Software required to be installed for the project: User-supplied CUDA code
Experience in using software package 2: 10
Software required to be installed for the project: Matlab
Experience in using software package 3: 10
Training required: Basic of using HPC
Other training required: Already an user of Univ.of Strathclyde HPC; the new capability required is high-memory node to solve and compile complex equations using Mathematica; after this, some (optional) work might be needed with user-supplied CUDA code
Experience in using HPC: 8