Early Career Track
Starting in the INCITE 2022 year, INCITE is committing 10% of allocatable time to an Early Career Track in INCITE. The goal of the early career track is to encourage the next generation of high-performance computing researchers. Researchers within 10 years from earning their PhD (PhD on or after December 31, 2012) and who have not been a previous INCITE PI may choose to apply. Projects will go through the regular INCITE Computational Readiness and Peer Review process, but the INCITE Management Committee will consider meritorious projects in the Early Career Track separately.
Who Can Apply?
Researchers less than 10 years out from their PhD who need LCF-level capabilities to advance their overall research plan, and who have not been a previous INCITE PI.
How to Apply
The option self-identify as early career will be available on the INCITE 2023 application. You will be required to provide a short description describing, if awarded, how this allocation will fit into your overall research plan for the next 5 years.
Projects will go through the regular INCITE review process. The INCITE program is committing 10% of allocatable time. When selecting the INCITE Career Track, PIs are not restricted to just competing in that track.
Early Career FAQ
Please check the FAQ section for the most updated information regarding the Early Career Track.