The e-Science for High Energy Physics in Korea

  • Kihyeon Cho
  • Hyunwoo Kim
Conference paper


In this paper, we report the experiences and results of the integration and utilization of e-Science for high-energy physics in Korea. The e-Science for high-energy physics is to study high-energy physics any time and anywhere even if we are not on-site of accelerator laboratories. The contents are 1) data production, 2) data processing and 3) data analysis anytime and anywhere. The data production is to do remote control and take shifts remotely. The data processing is to run jobs anytime, anywhere using grid farms. The data analysis is to work together to publish papers using collaborative environment such as EVO (Enabling Virtual Organization) system. We apply this concept to high energy physics experiments, especially, ALICE experiment at CERN in Europe and CDF experiment at Fermi-lab. And we show the results.


Compact Muon Solenoid High Energy Physics Virtual Organization Work Node ALICE Experiment 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • Kihyeon Cho
    • 1
  • Hyunwoo Kim
    • 1
  1. 1.e-Science Applications Research and Development TeamKorea Institute of Science and Technology Information (KISTI)SeoulKorea

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