Programming supervisor of the Department of control systems optimization held a lecture about CERN
In September this year the first trainees of Tomsk Polytechnic University, three young scientists, two were from the Institute of Cybernetics, went on a long-term internship to the European Nuclear Research Center (CERN) situated near Geneva (Switzerland). They took an active part in the experiment “ATLAS” at the Large Hadron Collider. And upon coming back one of the fellow staff, Maksim Gubin, held a lecture and shared his knowledge about the work and experience gained at the Large Hadron Collider.
The aim of his work was to analyze the statistics of CERN processing capacity and to search for the bottlenecks. The second task was to cooperate with the Kurchatov Institute as an employee of the TPU Big Data laboratory on the development of Data Knowledge Catalog, i. e. the project that is focused on the data storage about what results of the Collider operation are used by the physicists and their analysis using the machine learning methods.
You may download the lecture following the link.