Grant Resources

Grant proposal resources appearing on this page and in links embedded in its sections can be used as templates or as ancillary material for grant proposals. The documents are available in text (TXT), Rich-Text Format (RTF), Microsoft Word DOC format, and PDF. Materials are grouped by major categories of services offered by Duke Research Computing and, below those sections, by NSF and NIH funding agencies, which sometimes have special requirements for proposals. Many of the documents were adapted from sections of funded proposals and drafts are dated so that you can judge their currency. Duke Research Computing staff will gladly help you tailor these documents to fit the circumstances of your proposal. Duke Research Computing staff can also be included in proposals when their talents meet needs.

We’re holding office hours in Gross Hall, right off the SSRI Connection space. The coffee is free, by the way. Mark DeLong can help with general research computing questions, Andy Ingham is ready to help with data management and use...

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Virtual Machines (VMs) Grant Templates

Virtual Machines (VMs) – Virtual Computing Lab (VCL) & VM-Manage (template formats: TXT, RTF, Microsoft Word DOC, PDF). VCL and VM-Manage virtual machines are procurable through a web interface. VCL machines may be used for brief periods — usually between one...

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Duke Compute Cluster

Duke Compute Cluster is a service and support center that connects Duke University researchers to hardware, software, educational and personnel resources, both local and global, to enable novel computational science. We will leverage the parallel computing facilities already in place at...

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Rob Carter – “But, what about Windows?”

< McCahill presentation   Order of Events   Cook presentation >   About the presenter In almost 28 years with central IT at Duke, Rob Carter has held positions in end user support, management, systems administration and now, architecture. He serves as “IDSM...

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Curated list of funding opportunities via Pivot

We’re curating a list of funding opportunities that relate to computation-intensive scholarship, from bioinformatics to digital humanities. The list will be revisited weekly, so it should be fairly current all the time. It’s hosted on “Pivot” which is part of...

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Vouchers for cluster computing

(Need a template for your submission? Click here!) The 2015 compute cluster voucher program provides a way for Duke researchers to apply for access to 50,000 CPU hours of cluster computing on the Duke Compute Cluster over the course of one year....

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