This page shows information regarding BOINC projects on the Gridcoin Network. A project on the whitelist are rewarded for the share of work within that project on the Gridcoin Team. A project can be voted in or out at any given time by the community via the polls.

Please refer to the Gridcoin Projects Forum for help.

Team users that still does work, and could recieve a reward for it, but has not advertised their precesence on the network with a Beacon are presented as Team Users w/o Beacon.

Team Users Total:

13194

Team Users w/ Magnitude:

1313

Team Users w/o Beacon:

2639

Superblock Last:

911560

Superblock Age:

17 hours, 57 minutes, 14 seconds ago

Included Projects:

25

Excluded Projects:

0

Past Projects:

29
Below list houses all availbale projects that gives rewards on the Gridcoin Network. Your reward are based on how much work you do, compared to how much work the team has done on each individual project. Each Project rewards equally much regardles of the amount of users. A Project with low participation may give a higher reward.

A Project needs to supply Gridcoin users with a constant supply of Work Units (WUs), failure to do so may result in delisting of the Project after a poll. Make sure you check that your current projects are on this list to get rewards.

The "Excluded Projects" list are projects that has failed to be inclueded in the latest superblock, rewards will not be generated for these projects until they are inclueded again. This may happen because the project servers are down or it was voted out by the community. Please refer to the Gridcoin Projects Forum for more details.

The "Past Projects" list are projects that has been exluded for longer than 2 weeks.
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Project Name WUs

Available

WUs

In Progress

Team

RAC

Team

Users

YafuWebpage 2,487 406 468,000 287
SrbaseWebpage 894,585 88,058 1,204,286 173
GpugridWebpage 175 2,766 46,945,060 1960
MoowrapWebpage 3,984 75,745 13,669,390 907
Tn-gridWebpage 4,001 28,404 440,000 167
Nfs@homeWebpage 209,396 46,025 1,024,286 707
PrimegridWebpage 34,865 182,755 14,877,040 1545
Seti@homeWebpage 602,640 4,608,705 2,517,143 3441
Yoyo@homeWebpage 10,508 131,307 911,333 821
Rosetta@homeWebpage 15,786 498,960 1,118,571 3849
Einstein@homeWebpage 29,574 625,587 22,371,910 1924
Milkyway@homeWebpage 3,994 395,990 10,635,230 3246
Universe@homeWebpage 21,877 47,751 1,685,714 899
Asteroids@homeWebpage 0 149,822 4,041,429 2888
Cosmology@homeWebpage 1,678 78,095 1,085,714 1287
Theskynet PogsWebpage 71 112,017 1,694,286 1051
Amicable NumbersWebpage 1,611 7,739 13,834,130 194
Leiden ClassicalWebpage 435 35,255 278,667 874
Lhc@home ClassicWebpage 3,535 70,373 583,333 1737
Numberfields@homeWebpage 37,761 18,227 1,110,000 707
Vgtu Project@homeWebpage 205 12,098 419,333 240
Collatz ConjectureWebpage 840 82,633 129,181,340 1209
Sztaki Desktop GridWebpage 0 53,818 97,333 822
Citizen Science GridWebpage 240 16,093 3,547,143 1113
World Community GridWebpage -1 -1 1,261,429 1860
Project Name Last Seen
Project Name Last Seen
Albert@homeWebpage 2016-06-12
Atlas@homeWebpage 2017-04-04
Bitcoin UtopiaWebpage 2016-05-25
BurpWebpage 2017-01-03
Cas@homeWebpage 2016-06-12
Climate PredictionWebpage 2016-11-22
Climateprediction.netWebpage 2015-11-10
Constellation 2015-07-28
Convector 2015-07-17
Denis@homeWebpage 2016-07-06
Distributed Data MiningWebpage 2015-11-10
DistributeddataminingWebpage 2017-02-02
Drugdiscovery@homeWebpage 2017-04-11
Edges@home 2015-07-28
Enigma@homeWebpage 2017-04-19
Find@homeWebpage 2015-12-02
Gridcoin Finance 2016-08-27
Lhc@homeWebpage 2015-11-10
Malaria Control 2016-02-11
Malariacontrol.net 2015-11-10
Mindmodeling@homeWebpage 2016-11-27
Moo! WrapperWebpage 2015-11-10
Poem@homeWebpage 2016-11-02
PrimaboincaWebpage 2015-07-17
Quake Catcher NetworkWebpage 2015-07-17
Sat@homeWebpage 2016-11-27
Seti@home Beta 2015-07-30
VlhcathomeWebpage 2017-02-02
Wuprop@home 2016-08-03
More BOINC related news and updates can be read under each project. Below are the last 12 updates from all active projects.

Engadget article on SETI

Engadget has published an [Link] article on SETI which includes discussion of Breakthrough Listen and SETI@home.

By seti@home at 2017-05-28

[wildlife] windows xp connection issues

I tried a fix on my end for those who have been having trouble connecting to the server with Windows XP. The scheduler in the header for the main page of csgrid had http://csgrid.org listed for the scheduler instead of https://csgrid.org Let me know if this fixed anything (or broke anything -- hopefully not)!

By citizen science grid at 2017-05-28

PRPNet May-June Challenge

Cube Challenge 3^3=27 Please join us for a PRPNet challenge at the 27 prime search project from the 27th May till 3rd of June. Leading edge of the search now up to 6,525,272 on both the plus and minus sides. Goal will be to get to 6.6M and hopefully find a big prime! More about the 27121 prime search can be found [Link] here. News and infos about the PRPNet client can be found [Link] here. Stats will be available at the well known place [Link] here. All previous PRPNet challenge stats can be found [Link] here. Discussion and more information can be found here: [Link] 2017 PRPNet May-June Challenge. Good luck!

By primegrid at 2017-05-27

SixTrack News - May 2017

The SixTrack team would like to thank all the teams who took part in the 2017 pentathlon hosted by SETI.Germany: [Link] https://www.seti-germany.de/boinc_pentathlon/ 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.

By lhc@home classic at 2017-05-26

Why Not? Another PPS-Mega Prime!

On 22 May 2017 21:53:30 UTC, PrimeGrid’s PPS Mega Prime Search project found the Mega Prime: [Link] 611*2^3398273+1 The prime is 1,022,985 digits long and will enter [Link] Chris Caldwell's The Largest Known Primes Database ranked 202nd overall. The discovery was made by Randall Scalise ([Link] Randall J. Scalise) of the United States using an Intel(R) Core(TM) i5-4590 @ 3.30GHz with 8GB RAM, running Linux. This computer took about 1 hour 18 minutes to complete the primality test using LLR. The prime was verified on 24 May 2017 04:17:13 UTC by Luis DeJesus ([Link] lajjr) of the United States using an Intel(R) Core(TM) i7-4510U @ 2.00GHz with 16GB RAM, running Microsoft Windows 10 Core Edition. This computer took about 5 hours 10 minutes to complete the primality test using LLR. Luis is a member of the [Link] Latinos Aqui team. For more details, please see the [Link] official announcement.

By primegrid at 2017-05-24

New SETI@home web article in "The Atlantic"

The Atlantic has published a new article entitled [Link] A Brief History of SETI@home featuring interviews of Dan Werthimer, David Anderson, and Eric Korpela.

By seti@home at 2017-05-24

Scheduled Server Maintenance Today

Hey Everyone, 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. Jake

By milkyway@home at 2017-05-23

Another PPS-Mega Prime!

On 29 April 2017 14:06:48 UTC, PrimeGrid’s PPS Mega Prime Search project found the Mega Prime: [Link] 609*2^3392301+1 The prime is 1,021,188 digits long and will enter [Link] Chris Caldwell's The Largest Known Primes Database ranked 205th overall. The discovery was made by User “[Link] jimmy” of Belgium using an Intel(R) Core(TM) i7-4790 @ 3.60GHz with 12GB RAM, running Microsoft Windows 10 Core Edition. This computer took about 1 hour 36 minutes to complete the primality test using LLR. The prime was verified on 30 April 2017 11:22:53 UTC by Randall Scalise ([Link] Randall J. Scalise) of the United States using an Intel(R) Core(TM) i5-4590 @ 3.30GHz with 8GB RAM, running Linux. This computer took about 1 hour 14 minutes to complete the primality test using LLR. For more information, please see the [Link] official announcement.

By primegrid at 2017-05-22

[wildlife] EXACT v0.25 and v0.26

There was a bug I missed in the EXACT v0.25 client which will cause it to crash from over allocating memory. Please abort any WUs running with this version ASAP so they don't eat up all your machines memory. I really apologize, it ran correctly for my local tests but I had missed a call to convert one of the input filenames to it's proper location in the client. That being said, v0.26 should be running fine. I made quite a few improvements to the code, so now it should require about 1/4th the memory as the v0.24 client (so the CIFAR work units will now take less memory that the MNIST work units from v0.24 and before). It's also running ~2x faster. That and I upgraded the back propagation algorithm to use batch normalization which also means we'll be getting better results from it. Pretty excited to see how it runs.

By citizen science grid at 2017-05-21

Project News 22 may 2017

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.

By leiden classical at 2017-05-21

Planck contest results

The BOINC Pentathlon is complete, as is our own Planck contest! You can see the results of the Planck contest [Link] here and of the Pentathlon [Link] here. Congratulations to users Mumps[MM], UofS-Computer-Science, and Bryan, and to team SETI.USA (who also won the Pentathlon)! You guys will be added to the list of thank-yous in our paper. In the end it was a quite exciting race for the 3rd place user spot, Bryan managed to overtake KaptainBlaZzed with only 45 minutes left in the contest last night! Well done to both of you and many thanks to all of the thousands of users and hundreds of teams that contributed. This was far and away the most computing power I've seen at C@H since I've been managing it, and the workunits you computed will greatly help us improve our work. Stay tuned for a future post about these results.

By cosmology@home at 2017-05-19

Maintenance Notice for Friday, May 19

Volunteers will not be able to fetch new research tasks or report results for approximately one hour while we perform database maintenance work.

By world community grid at 2017-05-18


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