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Notification of Renewal Application at the end of the fiscal year

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February 28, 2013
Dear HGC Users,

Supercomputer Services
Human Genome Center
The Institute of Medical Science
The University of Tokyo

= SHIROKANE Account renewal procedure for the end of
fiscal year 2012 and submission of User's Reports =

Thank you for your continued use of the services of our center.

Your HGC Supercomputer systems (Shirokane1/Shirokane2) account
will expire on March 31, 2013.

In order to keep your account, please complete
the renewal procedure [1].

If you wish to terminate or temporarily suspend your account,
please complete the termination procedure [2].

The deadline for both procedures is March 29, 2013.

ATTENTION:
Users who do not submit renewal forms will have their accounts deleted
at the beginning of April. All files of those accounts will also be deleted.

The fee charts were updated.
Please download the new fee charts from the URL below:
https://supcom.hgc.jp/english/utili_info/procedure/nendomatsu.html

It is independent from the renewal procedure
of the IMS mail accounts (username@ims.u-tokyo.ac.jp).
The IMS IT-Services Division should have already notified you about
the necessary steps for renewing your IMS mail account.

[1] Renewal Procedure

[1.1] "Application for Use" and "Account Application".

Fill in and submit the two forms titled "Application for Use" and
"Account Application".

Please download the forms from the URL below:
https://supcom.hgc.jp/english/utili_info/procedure/nendomatsu.html

* Please check "New account" if you extend or change the course.
The check column is in the above of the "Application for Use".

Please double-side print the two forms, "Application for Use"
and "Account Application". Sign and send them by post to HGC.

[1.2] "Usage Report"

Send a "Usage Report" by e-mail to support@hgc.jp

Title the e-mail "Publication list by the HGC Supercomputer resources"
and attach the usage report.
The usage report lists of all research achievements including papers,
books, and web sites which draw upon the HGC Supercomputer system's
resources. It should include the following information:

1. Username for HGC

2. Published papers and books
Authors (all), Paper titles, Journal titles (abbrv.), vol: page (first-last), year

3. Published web site which draw upon the HGC Supercomputer system's resources
Site title: URL


An example usage report would look like this:

1. Username for HGC
ikaken

2. Published papers and books
* Yamada, T, Yamada, H and Tokyo, T. Analysis of protein-protein interaction. Anal. Chem. 356:100-200, 2012.
* Yamada, T, Yamada, H and Tokyo, T. Analysis of protein glycosylation. In Cell Surface Glycoproteins. Edited by Yamada, T. (Tokyo Press, NY). pp1-10, 2012.

3. Published web site which draw upon the HGC Supercomputer system's resources
* Cell System Markup Language: http://www.csml.org/
* BioRuby: http://bioruby.open-bio.org/

[2] 2012 Termination Procedure

[2.1] "Application for Use"

Fill in and submit the form titled "Application for Use".

Please download the form from the URL below:
https://supcom.hgc.jp/english/utili_info/procedure/nendomatsu.html

* Please fill a forwarding address in the field titled
"Reason for change/suspension", if you want to use mail forwarding
service.

Sign and send it by post to HGC.

[2.2] "Usage Report"

Send a "Usage Report" by e-mail to support@hgc.jp

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Follow the same format as in [1.2] above.
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===*** Deadline: Friday, March 29, 2013 ***===

Thank you for your understanding and cooperation.

For questions regarding the HGC account renewal please contact:

Supercomputer Services
Human Genome Center

General Research Building 8F
The Institute of Medical Science, the University of Tokyo
4-6-1 Shirokanedai, Minato-ku, Tokyo 108-8639
Tel: 03-5449-5620 (UTtel: 75620)
E-mail: support@hgc.jp

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