Prof. Victor Matveev (JINR)
Dr Tatiana Strizh (JINR), Prof. Vladimir Korenkov (JINR)
JINR possesses a complex informational-computational infrastructure. The uninterrupted functioning of all its elements at the right level is mandatory for the fulfillment of the JINR scientific research programmes. The support of this infrastructure fully functional is a major task of the Laboratory of Information Technologies. Follows from the noticeable diversity of the scientific targets...
Dr Qiulan Huang (Institute of High Energy Physics,Chinese Academy of Sciences)
Mass data processing and analysis contribute much to the development and discoveries of a new generation of High Energy Physics. The LHAASO(Large High Altitude Air Shower Observatory) experiment of IHEP located in Daocheng, Sichuan province (altitude 4410 m), is expected the most sensitive project to study the problems in Galactic cosmic ray physics, and requires massive storage and computing...
Prof. Vladimir Voevodin (Lomonosov Moscow State University, Research Computing Center)
Andrea Manzi (CERN)
The File Transfer Service (FTS) is an open source solution for data transfers developed at CERN. It has been used for almost 4 years for the CERN LHC experiments data distribution in the WLCG infrastructure and during this period the usage has been extended to non-CERN and non-HEP users, reaching in 2017 almost an Exabyte of transferred data volume. The talk will focus on the service...
Ivan Krovyakov (IT CTO, Huawei Enterprise Russia)
Dr Tatiana Strizh (JINR)
This talk summarizes five years of operational experience of the WLCG Tier1 computer centre at the Laboratory of Information Technologies of Joint Institute for Nuclear Research, which serves the CMS experiment at LHC. In early 2013 the Tier1 prototype was deployed and its trial operation began. March, 2015 is the date of finalization of this complex and commissioning a full-scale Tier1 centre...
Mr Andrey Kiryanov (PNPI)
8. High performance computing, CPU architectures, GPU, FPGA
In the framework of the PIK nuclear reactor reconstruction project, a new PIK Computing Centre was commissioned in 2017, the main task of which is storage and processing of PIK experiments data. The Centre's capacity is also used by other scientific groups at PNPI for solving problems in different areas of science such as computational biology and condensed matter physics. It also becomes an...
Prof. Alexander Bogdanov (St.Petersburg State University)
11. Big data Analytics, Machine learning
Currently, the problem of "Big Data" is one of the most, if not the most urgent in computer science. Its solution implies the possibility of processing uncorrelated and heterogeneous data of large volume, the implementation of their integration from distributed sources by consolidation or federalization methods and ensuring the security of access and storage of these data. Only the creation of...
Mr Alexey Anisenkov (BINP)
The Worldwide LHC Computing Grid infrastructure links about 200 participating computing centers affiliated with several partner projects. It is built by integrating heterogeneous compute and storage resources in diverse data centers all over the world and provides CPU and storage capacity to the LHC experiments to perform data processing and physics analysis at petabytes scale data operations....
Prof. Lev Shchur (Landau Institute for Theoretical Physics, Science Center in Chernogolovka)
Population annealing algorithm designed for the simulations of the statistical mechanics systems with rugged free energy landscape. We report on the realization of the algorithm for the use on the hybrid computing architecture combining CPU and GPGPU. Algorithm is fully scalable. We report application of the developed realization to several interesting problems. Algorithm can be applied to any...
364. RUNNet: infrastructural and service basis of the national research and education network of the Russian Federation
Alexey ABRAMOV, Anton EVSEEV
Prof. Dario Barberis (University and INFN Genova (Italy))
The ATLAS experiment produced hundreds of petabytes of data and expects to have one order of magnitude more in the future. This data are spread among hundreds of computing Grid sites around the world. The EventIndex catalogues the basic elements of these data - real and simulated events. It provides the means to select and access event data in the ATLAS distributed storage system, and provides...
Dr Dmitry Podgainy (JINR)
The report provides description of the “HybriLIT” heterogeneous platform that is a component of the Multipurpose information and computing complex (MICC) of JINR. HybriLIT includes “GOVORUN” supercomputer and education and testing polygon; its platform is based on the latest computation architectures (processors; co-processors; graphical accelerators), and also modern software such as Intel...
Nikolay MESTER (Intel)
Dr Igor Semenov (Project Center ITER)
Тезисы доклада В настоящее время в России, на базе Проектного Центра ИТЭР, создан прототип Центра удаленного участия в экспериментах на крупных физических установках - Remote Participation Center. Цель – создание единой исследовательской среды научно-исследовательских центров, лабораторий и университетов, участвующих в исследованиях по управляемому термоядерному синтезу. Основной задачей...
Mr Viktor Kotliar (IHEP)
Cluster management system is a core part of any computing infrustructure. Such system includes components for allocating and controling over resources for different computing tasks, components for configuration management and software distribution on the computing hardware, components for monitoring and management software for the whole distributed infrustructure. The main goals of such...
Mr Дмитрий Семишин
Евгений Лагунцов (CISCO)
Dr Oleg Rogachevskiy (JINR)
Dr Alexei Klimentov (Brookhaven National Lab)
The PanDA software is used for workload management on distributed grid resources by the ATLAS experiment at the LHC. An effort was launched to extend PanDA, called BigPanDA, to access HPC resources, funded by the US Department of Energy (DOE-ASCR). Through this successful effort, ATLAS today uses over 25 million hours monthly on the Titan supercomputer at Oak Ridge National Laboratory. Many...
Dr Andrei Tsaregorodtsev (CPPM-IN2P3-CNRS)
The software framework developed by the DIRAC Project provides all the necessary components for building distributed computing systems for large-scale scientific collaborations. It supports both workload and data management tasks, therefore providing an integral solution for computing models of various scientific communities. DIRAC is used by several large High Energy Physics experiments, most...
Prof. Ivan (for the CBM collaboration) Kisel (Goethe University Frankfurt, Frankfurt am Main, Hesse, Germany, Frankfurt Institute for Advanced Studies, Frankfurt am Main, Hesse, Germany GSI Helmholtz Centre for Heavy Ion Research, Darmstadt, Germany)
CBM is a future heavy-ion experiment at FAIR, Darmstadt. It is characterised by up to 10 MHz collision rates, a large amount of produced particles, non-homogeneous magnetic fields and a very complex detector system. Event reconstruction is the most complicated and time consuming task of the data analysis in the CBM experiment with up to one thousand particles per central collision. An...
190. Deep machine learning and pattern/face recognition based on quantum neural networks and quantum genetic algorithm
Prof. Sergey V. Ulyanov (Doctor of Science in mathematics and physics)
In report a new approach for deep machine learning and pattern recognition based on quantum neural network and quantum genetic algorithm is described. The structure of quantum fuzzy neural network is considered. Examples of pattern recognition is described. The method of global optimization in control problems is considered on example of quantum genetic algorithm. The structure on quantum...
Prof. Alexander Degtyarev (Professor)
Complex modeling of the behavior of marine objects under the influence of real external excitation is the most important problem. At present, the accuracy of direct simulation of phenomena with known physics is comparable to the accuracy of the results obtained during the model experiment in towing tanks. Particularly relevant is the creation of such marine virtual testbed for full-featured...
Dr Rudolf Vohnout (GÉANT/CESNET)
With the focus on cloud services and the benefits of using the exclusive contracts with major cloud providers made by the effort of the community, GÉANT provides unique access to the cloud resources for all its members. Based on CERN experience and data generated by LHC, especially with CMS experiment, working with physics community has been always challenging for GEANT so as the...
Mr andrey shevel (PNPI, ITMO)
University ITMO (ifmo.ru) is designing the cloud of geographically distributed data centers under centralized administration to control the distributed virtual storage, virtual data links, virtual machines, and data center infrastructure management. Resulted cloud has to be tolerant to hardware and software failures of any type. The integrated set of programs is developed to implement...
Prof. Victor Lakhno (Institute of Mathematical Problems of Biology RAS, Keldysh Institute of Applied Mathematics of Russian Academy of Sciences)
The idea to use DNA molecule as a base element for nanobioelectronics is discussed. It could be cosidered as some molecular wire where a typical charge transfer/transport pattern can physically be viewed as a polaron and/or soliton which mobility can be very low. A computer experiment demonstrates that mobile breather excited near one of the ends of DNA can trap the polarons. The...