Alan Silverman reports from the international conference held in Prague.
How can high-energy physics data best be saved for the future?
Something happened at CERN in 1989 that changed the world forever.
I first met Rytis Slatkevicius in 2006, when he was 18. At the time, he had assembled the world's largest database of prime numbers.
An international team led by the California Institute of Technology (Caltech), with partners from Michigan, Florida, Tennessee, Fermilab, Brookhaven, CERN, Brazil, Estonia, Korea and Pakistan, set new...
LHC computing articles from the archive.
When CERN's LHC collider begins operation, it will be the most powerful machine of its type in the world, providing research facilities for thousands of researchers from all over the globe.
Enabling Grids for E-sciencE (EGEE) is the largest multidisciplinary Grid infrastructure in the world, covering research fields from particle physics to biomedicine. Now the project has begun its thir...
Wayne Salter explains the basis for a new collaborative approach
Pierre Charrue describes the infrastructure to ensure correct operation