What is LHC@home?

This a volunteer computing project that uses Internet-connected computers to advance Particle and Accelerator Physics. Participate by downloading and running a free program on your computer. By default, you can run the classic LHC@home application Sixtrack, for simulations of accelerator physics, and help researchers at CERN to improve the LHC.

Other LHC@home simulations that utilizes virtualization to run applications for Theory and experiment simulations for ATLAS, CMS and LHCb are also available.

Please note that some of the applications on LHC@home requre Virtual Box to be installed. Please visit the LHC@home information site for more information. If you have any problems or questions please visit the Message Boards, Questions and Answers and FAQ.

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User profile Profile Maurice Goulois
Informaticien, résidant à Paris. Supporteur du calcul distribué depuis qu'il existe; j'ai participé aux premières lueurs de S@H,...

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Seasons greetings
Many thanks to all our volunteers for your contributions to LHC@home over the last year!

Some highlights from CERN during 2023 can be seen in this video.

The LHC@home team wishes you a Merry Christmas, restful holidays and all the best for 2024!
22 Dec 2023, 7:18:09 UTC · Discuss


Theory application reaches 6 TRILLION events !!
Bravo to all Theory crunchers !!!
29 Sep 2023, 9:38:49 UTC · Discuss


Downtime Monday 18th
The LHC@home BOINC servers will be degraded on Monday 18th of September due to a database upgrade. BOINC clients are likely to generate errors when trying to download or upload tomorrow morning.

Thanks for your contributions and happy crunching!
17 Sep 2023, 16:06:00 UTC · Discuss


Server upgrade
The LHC@home BOINC servers have been upgraded to the latest server release, 1.4.2.
24 Jan 2023, 7:45:31 UTC · Discuss


Seasons greetings
Many thanks to all our volunteers for your contributions to LHC@home over the last year!

We in the LHC@home team wish you a Merry Christmas and restful holidays.
21 Dec 2022, 9:58:39 UTC · Discuss


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