UCSD Physicist Frank Wuerthwein is using SDSC's Gordon Supercomputer to crunch data sets from almost one billion particle collisions.

UCSD Physicist Frank Wuerthwein is using SDSC's Gordon Supercomputer to crunch data sets from almost one billion particle collisions. Prof. Frank Wuerthwein and his team are helping to define the research agenda for the Large Hadron Collider (LHC) by crunching data sets from almost one billion particle collisions.

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