How to Use ABCI

ABCI Use based on Joint Research with AIST

For executives and staff at AIST, please refer to the intranet searched by "ABCI" or from "Information Technology and Human Factors".

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ABCI Use based on Joint Research with AIST

Agree to "Agreement of Use for ABCI based on the Joint Research with AIST"

  • Accept "Agreement of Use for ABCI based on the Joint Research with AIST"

    Download the Agreement from here

  • Agree with AIST on the Maximum of ABCI usage fee, and describe the fee on the joint research expense list.
    "Template of the Joint Research Agreement with AIST for ABCI use" and "Template of the joint research expense list" shall be provided by the executives and staff at AIST.

Submit "ABCI User Registration Application Form" (Form No.1)

“User Administrator”, a representative in the prospective entity (other than AIST), shall submit "ABCI User Registration Application Form" (Form No.1)
To: abci-application-ml@aist.go.jp
Download "ABCI User Registration Application Form"

ABCI User Group Registration

  • After receiving "Acceptance" from ABCI Administrator, "Supervisory User", a representative of the Joint Research from AIST shall register "ABCI User Registration Application Form" at the web. At this time the representative in the prospective entity (other than AIST) shall be registered as “User Administrator”, and ABCI Users shall be registered if necessary.
    Those items shall be described as the followings:
    * Theme: Research on xxx, Joint Research with AIST (signed on yyyy/mm/dd)
    * Bill Address: Same as the Supervisory User
    * Budget Code: AIST budget code of the Joint Research
  • ABCI Registration shall be accessed at the following URL.
    ABCI users belonging to the prospective entity other than AIST shall follow "ABCI Agreement based on the Joint Research with AIST", while the Executives and Staff at AIST shall follow the "ABCI Rules".

    https://portal.abci.ai/user/project_register_app.php?lang=en

After receiving "Acceptance", you may start using ABCI