Please refer to this section for information on how to apply for general use (personal course/group course).
Computational resources are available for use in undergraduate and graduate classes.
Some computational resources are available to corporations as a part of our social contribution initiatives.
This recommendation system is open to young researchers (including students) who are mostly below 40 years of age and female researchers (regardless of age). Usage fees are paid by the Center under this program.
Computational resources are offered by the Center in its position as a HPCI resource provider, and as a Joint Usage/Research Center for Interdisciplinary Large-Scale Information Infrastructures.
This program is open to public applications, and allows one research group to monopolize the maximum number of compute nodes of Reedbush-H and Oakforest-PACS for a maximum of 24 hours.
This system allows users to try out the supercomputers for a fixed period of time either free of charge, or at a relatively cheaper cost than normal.