|Aliquot sequence 538464 has terminated!!!|
mercredi 7 juin 2017 20:50
We terminated sequence 538464
Much thanks for your contribution.
|NSF funds new model for BOINC|
Source: BOINC: News
mardi 6 juin 2017 23:15
The National Science Foundation has funded a 3-year project by UC Berkeley, Purdue University, and Texas Advanced Computing Center to develop a new framework for BOINC-based volunteer computing, in which volunteers sign up for science goals rather than projects. Details are here.
|Dev server downtime Tue 6 June|
mardi 6 juin 2017 09:29
We need to rebuild the dev VM as it runs out of memory. Thus the LHC@home-dev project server will be unreachable for part of the day today,
|Jodrell Bank to partner with Breakthrough Initiatives|
jeudi 1 juin 2017 00:46
At Berkeley SETI Research Center, we've long been friends and collaborators with Professor Michael Garrett and the team at Jodrell Bank. We're delighted to continue our collaboration as the Breakthrough Initiatives announce a formal partnership with Jodrell in the search for intelligent life beyond Earth: https://breakthroughinitiatives.org/News/11
Although this partnership doesn't involve data from telescopes at Jodrell flowing to SETI@home (at least at the present time), the sharing of data, algorithms, and strategies will benefit the science programs at Berkeley and Jodrell, as well as at other telescopes involved in Breakthrough Listen and in SETI in general. You can seen an interview with Mike, recorded a few weeks back, at https://youtu.be/ZRMiuCFACCw, and take a 3D tour of the Lovell telescope and control room at Jodrell at https://my.matterport.com/show/?m=B8UZb1joxsG.
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|Engadget article on SETI|
dimanche 28 mai 2017 20:10
Engadget has published an article on SETI which includes discussion of Breakthrough Listen and SETI@home.
|SixTrack News - May 2017|
Source: LHC@Home Classic : SIXTRACK
vendredi 26 mai 2017 16:43
The SixTrack team would like to thank all the teams who took part in the 2017 pentathlon hosted by SETI.Germany:
where LHC@Home was chosen for the swimming discipline. The pentathlon gave us the possibility of carrying out a vast simulation campaign, with lots of new results generated that we are now analysing. While the LHC experiments send volunteers tasks where data collected by the LHC detectors has to be analysed or Monte Carlo codes for data generation, SixTrack work units probe the dynamics of LHC beams; hence, your computers are running a live model of the LHC in order to explore its potential without actually using real LHC machine time, precious to physics.
Your contribution to our analyses is essential. For instance, we reached ~2.5 MWUs processed in total, with a peak slightly above 400kWUs processed at the same time, and >50TFLOPs, during the entire two weeks of the pentathlon. The pentathlon was also the occasion to verify recent improvements to our software infrastructure. After this valuable experience, we are now concentrating our energies on updating the executables with brand new functionality, extending the range of studies and of supported systems. This implies an even increased dependence on your valuable support.
Thanks a lot to all people involved! We count on your help and committment to science and to LHC@home to pursue the new challenges of beam dynamics which lie ahead.
|New SETI@home web article in "The Atlantic"|
mercredi 24 mai 2017 03:04
The Atlantic has published a new article entitled A Brief History of SETI@home featuring interviews of Dan Werthimer, David Anderson, and Eric Korpela.
|Scheduled Server Maintenance Today|
mardi 23 mai 2017 23:04
Just doing a quick update to our optimization algorithms on the server. You should notice the site go down for a couple minutes and then come back up. This update is nothing that should effect the way you interact with MilkyWay@home.
|Dev server was down today|
mardi 23 mai 2017 17:23
We had an issue with our dev server and had to rebuild it today. Should be back in business now. Sorry for the trouble.
|Project News 22 may 2017|
Source: Leiden Classical
lundi 22 mai 2017 00:00
Due to spammers automatically creating accounts, account creation can and will be disabled at our discretion. Furthermore, this project is reaching its ending phase probably somewere in 2018. This means as long as the software runs and the OS receives updates (EOL 2020), the project will be maintained, but automatic work creation will stop for sure.