[Humanist] 23.234 fellowships at Stanford; CPU hours for supercomputing
Humanist Discussion Group
willard.mccarty at mccarty.org.uk
Wed Aug 19 06:30:42 CEST 2009
Humanist Discussion Group, Vol. 23, No. 234.
Centre for Computing in the Humanities, King's College London
Submit to: humanist at lists.digitalhumanities.org
 From: Robert Barrick <rbarrick at STANFORD.EDU> (16)
Subject: Stanford Humanities Center 2010-2011 Fellowship
 From: I-CHASS <chass at ncsa.uiuc.edu> (11)
Subject: 2,000,000 CPU Hours to Humanities, Arts, and Social Science
Date: Wed, 19 Aug 2009 00:44:50 +0100
From: Robert Barrick <rbarrick at STANFORD.EDU>
Subject: Stanford Humanities Center 2010-2011 Fellowship Opportunities
We would appreciate if you would share this information with colleagues or others who may be interested:
Announcement of Faculty Fellowship Opportunities
Stanford Humanities Center
External Faculty Fellowships
Fellows are in residence at the Center during the regular academic year (September to June) and participate in the Center's intellectual life, sharing ideas and work in progress with a diverse community of scholars from across the spectrum of academic fields and ranks. Open to scholars from humanities departments as traditionally defined and to other scholars seriously interested in humanistic issues.
Fellowship term: September 2010 - June 2011
Online application deadline: October 15, 2009
The online application for 2010-2011 faculty fellowships at the Stanford Humanities Center is now available. Please visit http://shc.stanford.edu/ for complete information and a link to the online application.
Applicants must have a PhD and will normally be at least three years beyond receipt of the degree by the start of the fellowship term. Fellows are awarded stipends of up to $60,000. In addition, a housing and moving allowance of up to $15,000 is offered, dependent upon need.
How to Apply: To access the online application or for additional information, please see our website: http://shc.stanford.edu/
Questions? Please email shc-fellowships at stanford.edu<mailto:shc-fellowships at stanford.edu> or call (650) 723-3054.
This email has been scanned by the MessageLabs Email Security System.
For more information please visit http://www.messagelabs.com/email
Date: Tue, 18 Aug 2009 18:28:14 +0100
From: I-CHASS <chass at ncsa.uiuc.edu>
Subject: 2,000,000 CPU Hours to Humanities, Arts, and Social Science Projects
Urbana, Illinois. The Institute for Computing in Humanities, Arts, and Social Science (I-CHASS) and the National Institute for Computational Sciences (NICS) at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville today announced that they are making available two million additional hours of supercomputing time to projects in the humanities, arts, and social sciences.
This collaboration is an extension of a pilot program between I-CHASS and the National Center for Supercomputing Applications in Urbana, Illinois, that recently saw the allocation of a total of one million CPU hours to a diverse group of projects at the leading-edge of humanities research. Supported projects included work in music information retrieval, analysis of aggregated census data, and state-of-the-art economic modeling.
“At NICS, we are excited to be able to support the I-CHASS efforts with this contribution of computational resources,” said Phil Andrews, NICS Project Director.
This new donation by NICS will increase the available resource to three million hours of supercomputing time.
“I-CHASS is excited that supercomputing centers across the globe recognize the mutual beneficial synergies that the intersection of high-performance computing and the humanities, arts, and social science communities brings to knowledge discovery and scholarship,” said Kevin Franklin, executive director of I-CHASS. “Easy access to this type of resource allows scholars to apply advanced computing to their work and explore new paradigms of research.”
Any humanities, arts, and social science scholar or collaborative research group may apply to this program for supercomputing resources to advance their computationally intensive work. Supported activities could include:
* mining large textual and image datasets, morphological analysis, manipulations, and transformations.
* analysis of geographical information systems data, maps, etc.
* computationally demanding visualization, modeling, or pattern recognition and analysis.
Selected researchers will be given access to NICS’s high-performance systems and allotments of up to 500,000 CPU hours. Resources will be available from January 2010 to December 2010, with the opportunity for successful projects to apply for a one-year renewal.
Applications can be submitted online at the I-CHASS website starting September 15, 2009; applications are due November 1, 2009 and applicants will be notified by December 1, 2009. A complete description of the application process and required materials is available online at: http://www.ichass.illinois.edu/Guidelines.html<http://app.bronto.com/public/?q=ulink&fn=Link&ssid=9193&id=ir5mdycpvh0xx9bumkvlhadqqsoac&id2=355zcymju3rq00w10u35oefqb4iga>.
Before submitting a proposal, applicants are encouraged to consult with I-CHASS staff on the scope of the project, the computational readiness of their data and software, the humanities, arts, and social science content, and other matters to ensure the appropriateness of the proposal. To discuss your project with I-CHASS staff, email chass at ncsa.uiuc.edu<mailto:chass at ncsa.uiuc.edu> or call 217-244-1988.
More information about the Humanist