Provision of Tier-2 computer hardware and system support from February 2010 to March 2011.

Lead Research Organisation: University of Liverpool
Department Name: Physics


The GRID is the world-wide computing system being constructed to provide the computing power needed to analyse the data being taken with the new large hadron collider (LHC) based at CERN that started running in 2009. This computing power is spread over large central clusters (Tier-1) and based in individual University departments (Tier-2). Hundreds of thousands of computers will be needed. Everything is connected together using the Internet and jobs are run automatically in such a way that the computers are used in the most efficient manner.


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Aaij R (2015) Observation of the decay B ? s 0 ? ? ( 2 S ) K + p - in Physics Letters B

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Bevan A (2014) The Physics of the B Factories in The European Physical Journal C

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Collaboration T (2014) Precision luminosity measurements at LHCb in Journal of Instrumentation

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Collaboration T (2015) Identification of beauty and charm quark jets at LHCb in Journal of Instrumentation

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Collaboration T (2015) B flavour tagging using charm decays at the LHCb experiment in Journal of Instrumentation

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Lees J (2014) Evidence for the baryonic decay B ¯ 0 ? D 0 ? ? ¯ in Physical Review D

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Lees JP (2015) Search for Long-Lived Particles in e+ e- Collisions. in Physical review letters

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Lees JP (2014) Search for a dark photon in e(+)e(-) collisions at BABAR. in Physical review letters

Description The findings have improved the knowledge of the fundamental parameters of the universe. Including all of the particle physics experimental results from the LHC and other particle physics projects for the last seven years. Including the discovery of the Higgs and associated cultural impact.
First Year Of Impact 2010
Sector Education
Impact Types Cultural