Large-Scale HPC Challenge
The Large-Scale HPC Challenge is implemented at the Information Technology Center, the University of Tokyo, for the Wisteria/BDEC-01 Supercomputer System, the Oakbridge-CX Supercomputer System, the Oakforest-PACS Supercomputer System and the Reedbush-H Supercomputer System.
The Large-Scale HPC Challenge is a public recruitment project that allows a research group to monopolize the use of computational resources for a maximum of 24 hours, for the maximum number of compute nodes that each supercomputer system has.
Please click on the links below for more details about the Large-Scale HPC Challenge for each supercomputer system.
Please click on the link below to see a list of projects selected in the past.