1) Message boards : News : LHCb application is in production (Message 30074)
Posted 27 Apr 2017 by Cinzia
We are very happy to announce that the LHCb application is out of beta and is now in production mode on LHC@home. Thank you all for your precious contribution.

We are grateful to have you all as part of our project.

Please, refer to the LHCb application forum for any problem or feedback.

Thanks a lot
2) Message boards : LHCb Application : No more job (Message 30036)
Posted 25 Apr 2017 by Cinzia
Dear Philippe,

We have waiting jobs again. Sorry for the break.

3) Message boards : LHCb Application : LHCb_2016_11_18.vdi Download Fails (Message 29890)
Posted 10 Apr 2017 by Cinzia
Thank you for reporting, we are investigation the issue.

4) Message boards : LHCb Application : Low CPU usage (Message 28096)
Posted 12 Dec 2016 by Cinzia
Hi all,

First of all, thanks for your contribution.
We had some issue with the lhcb tasks in these days but now they are back working.
When you see that the task terminate without CPU usage or very little CPU usage, it means we have no simulation jobs waiting to be executed. We are working on improving this part.

5) Message boards : LHCb Application : Info about the LHCb experiment (Message 27996)
Posted 29 Nov 2016 by Cinzia
The LHCb simulations application is now available on this project, if you would like to join us, you can choose to run LHCb tasks from the project preferences, this application requires Virtual Box.

The LHCb experiment wants to discover why after the Big Bang antimatter disappeared and what allowed matter to survive and build the Universe.
The objective of experiment is to record the decay of particles containing b and anti-b quarks, known as ‘B mesons’. The experiment’s detector is specifically designed to filter out these particles and the products of their decay.
Each one of LHCb’s sub-detectors specializes in measuring a different characteristic of the particles produced by colliding protons. Collectively, they gather information about the identity, trajectory, momentum and energy of each particle generated, and can single out individual particles from the billions that spray out from the collision point.

To know more about the experiment, you can visit the page:

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