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The introduction to this article provides insufficient context for those unfamiliar with the subject. Please help improve the article with a good introductory style. (October 2009) LHC@home is a distributed computing project using the BOINC framework, run by volunteers on behalf of the European Organization for Nuclear Research (CERN). Its primary goal is to help maintain and improve the Large Hadron Collider (LHC), which became active in September 2008. Data from the project is utilized by engineers to improve the operation and efficiency of the accelerator, and to predict possible problems that could arise from adjustment or modification of the LHC's equipment. The project is administered by volunteers, and receives no funding from CERN. BOINC users who are considering joining this project should know that it only occasionally has work; the project is used for design and repair considerations related to the LHC. There are currently no plans to use the project to do computation on the data that will be collected by the LHC. Contents 1 A CERN collider project 1.1 Project software 2 See also 3 External links A CERN collider project The project was first introduced as a beta on September 1, 2004 and a record 1000 users signed up within 24 hours. The project went public, with a 5000 user limit, on September 29 to commemorate CERN's 50th anniversary. Currently there is no user limit and qualification. Project software The project software involves a program called "SixTrack", created by Frank Schmidt, downloaded via BOINC onto participant computers running Windows or Linux. SixTrack simulates particles accelerating through the 27 km (17 mi)-long LHC to find their orbit stability. In one workunit, 60 particles are simulated travelling 100,000 or 1,000,000 loops, which would take about 10 seconds in an actual run. This is sixtrack. The orbit stability data is used to detect if a particle in orbit goes off-course and runs into the tube wall—if this happened too often in actual running, this would cause damage to the accelerator which would need repairs. A new experimental version called SixTrackbnl started to be sent to computers in early November. Garfield is a newer application, although not many workunits have been seen lately. See also Book: Large Hadron Collider Wikipedia Books are collections of articles that can be downloaded or ordered in print. List of distributed computing projects LHC Computing Grid External links LHC@home Project Page Berkeley Open Infrastructure for Network Computing (BOINC) SixTrack homepage v · d · eBerkeley Open Infrastructure for Network Computing (BOINC) distributed computing projects Current projects ABC@Home · AQUA@home · Astropulse · CAS@home · · Einstein@Home · Enigma@Home · Ibercivis · Lattice Project · Leiden Classical · LHC@home · Malaria Control Project · μFluids@Home · MilkyWay@home · NFS@Home · Orbit@home · PrimeGrid · Quake-Catcher Network · Rosetta@home · Seasonal Attribution Project · SETI@home · SIMAP · SZTAKI Desktop Grid · World Community Grid Beta projects BURP · CPDN Beta · Collatz Conjecture · Cosmology@Home · Docking@Home · EDGeS@Home · · Ibercivis · Lattice Project · MindModeling@Home · POEM@Home · QMC@Home · Rectilinear Crossing Number · RNA World · SETI@home beta · Spinhenge@Home · Superlink@Technion · WEP-M+2 Project · Yoyo@home Alpha projects AlmereGrid Boinc Grid · CAS@home · Chess960@home · Constellation (platform) · DistributedDataMining · DNETC@HOME · DrugDiscovery@Home · eOn · FreeHAL · Hydrogen@Home · Magnetism@home · NFS@Home · Pirates@home · Primaboinca · QuantumFIRE · RALPH@home · · RSA Lattice Siever · SLinCA@Home · Virtual Prairie · Virus Respiratorio Sincitial · VTU@Home · WUProp@Home Future projects PlanetQuest Tools and technology BOINC client–server technology · BOINC Credit System Ended / Non-active projects 3x+1@Home · APS@Home · Artificial Intelligence System · BBC Climate Change Experiment · BRaTS@Home · Cell Computing · Cels@Home · DepSpid · DynaPing · · Genetic Life · HashClash · Nano-Hive@Home · NQueens@home · Predictor@home · Proteins@home · Ramsey@Home · Reversi · Riesel Sieve · RND@home · SciLINC · SHA-1 Collision Search Graz · Sudoku project · TANPAKU · XtremLab This particle physics-related article is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.v · d · e This network-related software article is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.v · d · e