Tag: Large Hadron Collider
As CERN’s Large Hadron Collider (LHC) prepares to restart this March, a team of Fermilab physicists are using powerful Department of Energy supercomputing resources to reduce the risks and costs associated with producing these high intensity particle beams. Led by Fermilab physicist James Amundson, the team is working with the Argonne Leadership Computing Facility (ALCF) Read more…
As participants from around the world make their way to Prague for the EGI Technical Forum, grid-enabled tools continue to facilitate global collaboration. Grid computing provides the backbone for a wide range of research, all the way from basic science to once-in-a-lifetime breakthroughs, like the recent achievements surrounding the elusive Higgs boson particle.
CERN’s Worldwide LHC Computing Grid is the superhighway for particle physics data.
Large Hadron Collider gives computing infrastructure a workout.
After a year of setbacks, the atom smasher starts earning its keep.
Aussies make big investment in grid networks for scientific research.