In December 2017, DLNP purchased four Dell computing servers with Intel Xeon E5 processing units. The servers are already installed in the Laboratory of Information Technologies and will be used for simulation and analysis of the data from the Daya Bay and JUNO experiments within the LIT cloud infrastructure.
A new set of the Daya Bay data is prepared, which embraces the data-taking period of 1800 days and contains statistics of more than three million electron antineutrino interactions. Selection of events and statistical analysis of the extended data set will be performed by the DLNP group supported by LIT.
The JUNO experiment is now at the preparation stage. The cloud resources will be used to simulate and reconstruct physical processes in the JUNO detector.
The computing cluster under construction at JINR will be part of the international distributed system for the JUNO data analysis.