This letter report evaluates proposals for allocation of time to the non-commercial research community on Anton, a supercomputer specially designed and built by D.E. Shaw Research (DESRES) that allows for dramatically increased molecular dynamics simulations compared to other currently available resources. Over the past three years (October 1, 2010 â€“ September 30, 2013), DESRES has made available to the non-commercial research community node-hours on an Anton system housed at the Pittsburgh Supercomputing Center (PSC), based on the advice of previous National Research Council committees convened in 2010, 2011, and 2012.
Table of Contents
|Appendix A: Table 1: Proposals Reviewed by the Committee (This appendix is not available to the public.)||9-9|
|Appendix B: Individual Proposal Summary Evaluations (This appendix is not available to the public.)||10-10|
|Appendix C: Proposal Evaluation Criteria||11-11|
|Appendix D: Roster and Biographical Sketches of Committee Members||12-16|
|Appendix E: The Board on Life Sciences, the Board on Chemical Sciences and Technology, and the National Academies||17-19|
|Appendix F: Acknowledgment of Report Reviewer||20-20|
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