NCMAS 2022 - Important Dates
|18 August 2021||Applications open|
|13 September 2021||Optional A3P Compliance Checks close 7:00pm AEST (5:00pm AWST)|
|5 October 2021||Applications close at 8:00pm AEDT (5:00pm AWST)|
|1-2-3 December 2021||Allocation Committee meeting|
|21 December 2021||Allocations announced|
|1 Jan 2022||Access to allocations commences|
The following facilities are making resources available in the NCMAS 2022 call.
- NCI - Gadi
- Pawsey - Setonix
Online Information Sessions
Online zoom information sessions are running to provide background information about NCMAS.
Register for the sessions here – https://bit.ly/NCMAS2022Info
Online Information Course
Videos and content from the online information sessions will be available through an online information course closer to the opening of the call.
This course provides an overview of NCMAS and the merit-based allocation process, and information about the changes in the NCMAS 2022 call. It also provides information on best practices and general recommendations for all applicants.
Register for the course here – https://learning.hpc-australia.org.au/p/ncmas-2022-call
- Information for Applicants
- ORCID User Guide
- Anonymisation Guide
- Sample Proposal with A3P Comments
- Sample Computational Details with A3P Comments
- Application Form - Quick View (Screenshots and descriptions)
NCMAS is continuing its participation in a National Trial of Anonymising Grant Proposals from the Office of the Women in STEM Ambassador. This Trial aims to assess whether the anonymised review of allocation proposals reduces unconscious bias in STEM grant programs.
As in the 2021 round, applications for NCMAS2022 are required to be written in an anonymous third-person style (A3P).
You can request help by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.