The distributed computing project LHC@home is moving to London from CERN in Switzerland. Researchers at Queen Mary University have been trialling the system since June, but are now ready for the official launch. LHC@home is a distributed computing project set up to simulate different possible scenarios which will be faced when …
Migrated a little while ago...
LHC@Home moved to QMUL back in May but hasn't had any where near the amount of work units for many people. There's been quite a bit of controversy over the last few months down to lack of WUs and yet more at the moment due to the throttling of WUs. The website for the BOINC project is: http://lhcathome.cern.ch/lhcathome/
"LHC@home is moving from to London"
so, just like the eskimo with a urine infection then.
(Don't know whether their coming or going)
Apologies Sir Runcible, that's been fixed now.
Join in the spirit of things...!
If you fancy helping LHC with it's science, there's a good BOINC team, based in UK, that has plenty of members supporting this worthy cause.....http://www.ukboincteam.org.uk
The BOINCfest begins...
The project, which I've really wanted to crunch for, is back up. The workunits have been regular, this week; so far, so good.
Straight from the top, with some more detail:
New users can create an account & find out how to get started on the homepage:
Don't cross the streams
Just remember Egons wise words when using particle accelerator.
"Try to imagine all life as you know it stopping instantaneously and every molecule in your body exploding at the speed of light.
Total protonic reversal."
-Right. That's bad. Okay. All right. Important safety tip. Thanks, Egon
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