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|Project Name||Last Seen|
|Citizen Science GridWebpage||2019-05-13|
|World Community GridWebpage||2019-05-13|
the 2019 pentathlon is over, and we would like to thank all the participants for having crunched our tasks! We saw the BOINC CPU capacity almost doubled, boosting our calculations, even though it was only for few days. We are very grateful for that!
The SixTrack team would also like to thank all you volunteers who regularly support us with your CPUs. You give us the possibility to deepen our understanding of the dynamic aperture, a quantity of paramount importance for the stability of particle beams in big research accelerators like superconducting colliders - last but not least a very recent paper on the most important journal in the field of accelerator physics, comparing simulations and measurements:
where simulation results have been obtained thanks to you and BOINC!
A lot has been already done with your help, but a lot more has still to come in the next future. We count on your support!
Keep up the good work,
Alessio and Massimo, for the SixTrack team
By lhc@home_classic at 2019-05-20
On 22th of April, whizbang, a member of the team Ars Technica found the last prime for base R875.
The prime 38*875^256892-1 has 755780 digits and entered the TOP5000 in Chris Caldwell's The Largest Known Primes Database.
By srbase at 2019-05-19
Happy Anniversary! On this date in 1999, SETI@home came online. Since then millions of our volunteers have helped us sift through petabytes of data from multiple radio telescopes. ET still hasn't shown up to the party.
We're not discouraged. We're able to examine less than a tenth of a percent of the radio spectrum, over only 1/3 of the sky and a limited number of additional stars. But our capabilities are increasing every day. In 1999 it took up to a week to process a single workunit on a home PC. Now, on a machine with a GPU, it might only take a few minutes to do a far more detailed and more sensitive analysis. Who knows what the next 20 years will bring?
By seti@home at 2019-05-17