Welcome to the UCSD Tier2 Portal

Written by Terrence Martin
Monday, 30 January 2006

This web portal is your gateway to information regarding the UCSD Tier2 Center and related computing resources.

The UCSD Tier2 Center is a part of a worldwide collaboration of physicists and computing professionals. Ours goals are to meet the requirements of our individual research projects while also building a worldwide grid of interconnected computing resources. The ultimate goal being to provide opportunistic sharing of computing resources with scientists of all disciplines all over the world.

The UCSD High Energy Physics group are active pariticpant in the Open Science Grid (OSG). The OSG goal is to bring together resources for researchers around the world.

Our primary project focus at UCSD is development and deployment of software and resources to support physics research related to the CMS project. We also provide computing support and resources for the CDF. Currently we have over 120 compute and service nodes with over 30TB of distributed disk storage housed at the San Diego Super Computing Center (SDSC). Our connectivity to our major collaborators is provided by a 10Gbps redundant fiber optic link.

-- BruceThayre - 2009/06/10

Topic revision: r1 - 2009/06/10 - 23:44:12 - BruceThayre
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