Hanah Chang

To conduct full event simulations, Mu2e requires time on more than one computing grid. This graphic shows, by the size of each area, the fraction of the recent Mu2e simulation production through Fermigrid, the University of Nebraska, CMS computing at Caltech, MIT and Fermilab, the ATLAS Midwest and Michigan Tier-2s (MWT2 and AGLT2), Syracuse University (SU-OSG). and other sites — all accessed through the Open Science Grid. Scientists in Fermilab’s Mu2e collaboration are facing a challenging task: In order to…

From left: Herb Greenlee (ND), Mike Kirby (SCD) and Rob Kutschke (SCD) participated in this year’s FIFE workshop. Photo: Hanah Chang, OCIO June 1 and 2 marked the third year of the annual FIFE workshop. The workshop serves as a single point of contact between the experiments and a broad array of computing services for running their applications, provided by Computing. This year, Computing hosted participants from more than 10 different experiments, including talks from MicroBooNE, NOvA, DUNE, Mu2e, LArIAT,…