Welcome to the Brunel GRIDPP pages
What is GRIDPP? GridPP is a collaboration of Particle Physicists and Computing Scientists from the UK and CERN, who are building a Grid for Particle Physics.
What is Brunel Contributing? Brunel is taking responsibility for providing software to enable existing and forthcoming software written by the Compact Muon Solenoid collaboration to run over a computing GRID. We are using the middleware tools provided by the European Data Grid to enable us to do this.
Who are we? We are Peter Hobson, Paul Kyberd, Henry Nebrensky and Peter van Santen. We work in the Department of Electronic and Computer Engineering at Brunel University, UK
What have we done? We have a number of project milestones to achieve. From this page you can find out more about them, their status and how to obtain any code or results that were produced.  
GRIDPP Task Name Status
Project Task 3.4.3 Adding RGMA to BOSS and demonstrating that it works. Completed
Project Task 3.4.8 Optimisation of system to obtain Internal Monitoring data from CMS Applications such as BOSS. Completed
Project Task 3.4.9 GUI for monitoring information In progress
Page maintained by Peter Hobson. Last updated 1/12/2004