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ATLAS Interview - Dario Barberis, Computing Coordinator - ATLAS Experiment on the LHC at CERN

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To increase understanding of how data taken from the ATLAS experiment is stored and made accessible to scientists and researchers world-wide.

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This interview of Dario Barberis, Computing Coordinator for ATLAS on the LHC at CERN is conducted by ATLAS colleague Steven Goldfarb, (U of Michigan, USA). Subjects covered in this interview include:
 
a. a brief description of how much data is collected, how much data is stored as a result (raw data, reconstructed data, copied data/archives), where the data is stored, how the data on tape is organized and managed,where data is processed, How computing centers are connected (the Computing Grid), how scientists gain access to the data to analyze it, If the faster the acceleration of the LHC poses any challenges to the computing system or not.
 
See all video files here:  http://cdsweb.cern.ch/record/1257975
 
Produced by: ATLAS OUTREACH
Director: Yves-Rene Kayonga
Director: Claudia Marcelloni
4:20 min. / 06 April 2010 / CERN

Post date: Mon, Sep 19, 2011 — 09:21
Updated date: Tue, Nov 20, 2012 — 04:56

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Computing Grid
Detectors
Information Technology

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