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Computing and Networking for the Belle II Experiment

Time 01/14/13 01:00PM-01:20PM

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Session Abstract

The Belle detector was constructed to carry out quantitative studies of rare B-mesons (subatomic particles containing a bottom-quark and an anti-quark). Weighing about 2,000 tons and standing 10 meters high, the detector operated at the asymmetric electron-positron collider at KEKB in Tsukuba, Japan from 1999-2010 accumulating ~2 petabytes of data.



A $400 Million upgrade of the KEKB accelerator and Belle detector is now underway. The

Speakers

Speaker David Asner Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (PNNL)

Presentation Media

media item thumbnail Computing and Networking for the Belle II Experiment (pdf)

Speaker David Asner Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (PNNL)

Secondary tracks R&E Network Applications Global Collaboration

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