Cloud Computing and Belle Presentation at VPAC by Martin Sevior on 24 April 2009
Martin Sevior, Associate Professor at the School of Physics at the University of Melbourne made a presentation on the use of Cloud computing within the Belle High Energy Physics experiment at VPAC on 24 April 2009.
The presentation which is attached was also broadcast via Access Grid.
This presentation was first given to the International Conference of Computing in High Energy and Nuclear Physics.
Title: "Belle Monte-Carlo production on the Amazon EC2 cloud."
Martin Sevior, Tom Fifield (University of Melbourne) and Nobu Katayama
Biographical details for Martin Sevior
Martin Sevior is Associate Professor at the School of Physics at the University of Melbourne.
He is a member of the Belle and ATLAS experiments and has been involved with Grid computing since 2001.
is also a core contributor to the Open Source Wordprocessor, AbiWord.