See NCAR CISL’s New User Orientation for information on how to create an account on Cheyenne: https://www2.cisl.ucar.edu/user-support/new-user-orientation
All information can be found on CISL’s website above, but we want to highlight that opportunities exist for researchers, who are interested in testing out CAM-chem, with minimal effort. The following researchers can request small allocations on Cheyenne (up to 400,000 core-hours):
Graduate Students or Postdocs at a U.S. university
U.S. University Researchers with an NSF award - small allocations can be requested for each award you receive.
We encourage you to take advantage of these opportunities and more by visiting: https://www2.cisl.ucar.edu/user-support/allocations/university-allocations
Collaborators: if you have a greater need, contact the ACOM staff you work with.
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