National Computational Merit Allocation Scheme (NCMAS) committee - EOI
Expressions of interest are sought from appropriately qualified people to join the National Computational Merit Allocation Scheme (NCMAS) committee for a period of up to three years. The NCMAS provides access, based on research and computational merit, for researchers at Australian universities and publicly funded research agencies, to resource shares at the major national computational facilities.
To augment the size of the committee, and to provide for better coverage of research disciplines than presently exists, up to six positions are to be filled. Applicants must hold a substantive appointment at an Australian university or a publicly funded research organistion. Women are under-represented on the committee and, accordingly, applications from suitably qualified women are strongly encouraged.
If you believe that you are well placed to contribute to the work of the Merit Allocation Committee, and share the vision of the major national computational facilities, and that of their co-investing partners, of wanting to provide access on research merit to world-class facilities through a respected and transparent allocation process, please consider submitting an Expression of Interest.
Information about the NCMAS, the work of the Committee, and details about information required in the expressions of interest is contained in the attached document – click here.
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