LUMI Benchmark and Development call 2024 is now open

  • Posted on: 14 May 2024
  • By: bbrydsoe

LUMI Benchmark and Development 2024

Open for Proposals

The purpose of the LUMI Benchmark and Development calls is to support researchers and HPC application developers by giving them the opportunity to develop, test, optimise and benchmark their applications on the upcoming/available LUMI system prior to applying for a regular LUMI Sweden project.

To apply, you must be a scientist in Swedish academia, at least at the level of assistant professor. Normally previous experience from NAISS Medium/Large Compute projects, or equivalent, is required.

Deadlines and Decisions

Monthly evaluation of proposals during the year. Proposals submitted at the latest on the 15th will undergo review during the same month. July and December have different schedules. Proposals submitted after June 15 will be processed in August. i.e. with a first possible allocation starting September 1st!

This round is open for proposals until 2025-01-01 00:00.

Allocation periods

The maximum duration of an allocation is one year.

How to apply

NAISS uses an online proposal system for all allocations on NAISS resources as well as LUMI Sweden located at:

A direct link to the call is:

We encourage you to read the instructions on the proposal form carefully before submitting your proposal.

Remember to request both compute (CPU or GPU) and storage allocations in the same proposal.

Information for Academic users of LUMI in Sweden: 

Please also note:

NAISS explicitly requests the acknowledgement of NAISS in scientific publications that have required the use of NAISS or LUMI Sweden resources, services, or expertise.
Papers, presentations, and other publications that feature work that relied on NAISS or LUMI Sweden should include an acknowledgement. For more information, visit the NAISS website:  
While in the SUPR portal, please review your personal information to ensure that you have filled out all mandatory fields.   

Updated: 2024-06-15, 11:05