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This is a list of distributed computing and grid computing projects. For each project, donors volunteer computing time from personal computers to a specific cause. This donated computing power comes typically from CPUs and GPUs (AMD or Nvidia). Folding@home once also harnessed the power of PlayStation 3s.[1] Each project seeks to solve a problem which is difficult or infeasible to tackle using other methods. Distributed computing projects[edit] Other distributed computing projects[edit] List of distributed computing projects List of distributed computing projects
Liste des projets BOINC Liste des projets BOINC Un article de Wikipédia, l'encyclopédie libre. Cette liste est complète en janvier 2011. BOINC a une puissance moyenne de calcul de 7.37 petaFLOPS au 21 juin 2013 (490 695 ordinateurs).

SETI Institute

SETI Institute {*style:<ul>*} {*style:<li>*} {*style:<br>*} {*style:<br>*}{*style:<a href='http://www.seti.org/hangout/planet-in-habitable-zone'>*}Hangout On-Air - Kepler 186f - A Planet in the Habitable Zone (video){*style:</a>*} {*style:<br>*}A video interview with Elisa Quintana, Tom Barclay and Jason Rowe about the recent discovery of an Earth-sized planet in the habitable zone of another star. Hosted by Jill Tarter. {*style:<a href='http://www.seti.org/hangout/planet-in-habitable-zone'>*}Read More{*style:</a>*} {*style:<br>*}{*img:300:185:http://www.seti.org/sites/default/files/styles/project-image-featured/public/Kepler186f-hangout-560px_0.jpg?
Homepage | setiQuest Homepage | setiQuest Do you like to develop data analysis and visualization applications? We have made data from the Allen Telescope Array available for download. It is available for download from the Amazon Web Service (thanks Amazon!). Can you improve our data visualization?
The SETI League: Searching for Extra-Terrestrial Intelligence
UK SETI Research Network UK SETI Research Network The UK SETI Research Network is a group of UK academics at a number of institutions who are active in the field of the Search for ExtraTerrestrial Intelligence. Its purpose is to promote academic SETI activity in the UK. There is a small but active group of SETI researchers in the UK, who need a forum to discuss their work. Further, we hope that the existence of the group will excite interest in people in the UK astronomical community, who have been thinking about SETI, to contribute their work. We also hope that by exposing the whole range of UK SETI activities to the community it will promote a wider understanding of, and activity in, this subject, and the justifications for the allocation, through the competitive grants application process, of resources for SETI activity.
SETI@home annual fund raising campaign has started We've started out annual fund raising campaign. If you haven't gotten an announcement in your email, you can find your letter here . Thanks in advance for your help keeping SETI@home going! SETI@home


As a non-profit organization, our search for life in the universe is not possible without public support. Becoming a member of our Team means you are joining a growing global community who is proactively making the search for answers possible. This is humanity's search and we cannot do it alone Our membership period is from the day you join to March 31st of the following year. Join today and you will get a few extra months. SETI Institute SETI Institute
SETI@home SETI@home Un article de Wikipédia, l'encyclopédie libre. SETI@home (abréviation de SETI at home, pouvant se traduire par « SETI à la maison ») est un projet de calcul distribué utilisant des ordinateurs branchés sur Internet. Il est hébergé par le Space Sciences Laboratory de l'université de Californie à Berkeley et est accessible au public depuis le [1],[2],[3]. Recherche scientifique[modifier | modifier le code] Il y avait deux objectifs originaux à SETI@home. Le premier était de prouver la fonctionnalité et la viabilité du calcul distribué.
BOINC has been developed by a team based at the Space Sciences Laboratory (SSL) at the University of California, Berkeley led by David Anderson, who also leads SETI@home. As a high performance distributed computing platform, BOINC has about 596,224 active computers (hosts) worldwide processing on average 9.2 petaFLOPS as of March 2013.[2] BOINC is funded by the National Science Foundation (NSF) through awards SCI/0221529,[3] SCI/0438443[4] and SCI/0721124.[5] History[edit] BOINC was originally developed to manage the SETI@home project. Berkeley Open Infrastructure for Network Computing Berkeley Open Infrastructure for Network Computing


Release of MilkyWay Sepearation Modified Fit v1.30 Hi everyone, I have just released a new version of MilkyWay Separation Modified Fit. There were small changes made that only effected the integration area used in our likelihood calculations to be more consistent with previous versions of MilkyWay@home. This is just a minor bookkeeping change so no issues are expected, but as always if any issues come up please post them here. Thank you, MilkyWay@home
Apr 2, 2014 Journal post from David Baker There has been very exciting recent progress in designing vaccines and small molecule binding proteins using Rosetta that is described in two recent papers in Nature. These and other recent advances are described in the new Rosetta@Home Research Updates thread. It was suggested there that we send out a monthly email newsletter describing recent progress--we haven't done this before to avoid clogging everybody's inboxes but we certainly could if there is interest.


Charity Engine
Welcome to Docking@Home! Our Docking@Home adventure is coming to an end on May 23, 2014. Join us on our next challenge at ExSciTecH. Docking@Home is a project which uses Internet-connected computers to perform scientific calculations that aid in the creation of new and improved medicines. The project aims to help cure diseases such as Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV).
News BOINC Pentathlon announced SETI.Germany invites all BOINC teams to the 5th BOINC Pentathlon, a competition inspired by the Pentathlon in ancient Greece. Teams will compete between May 5 and May 19 at five different BOINC projects to determine the overall winner. 17 Apr 2014, 22:47:19 UTC · Comment


Beal's conjecture is a conjecture in number theory: where A, B, C, x, y, and z are positive integers with x, y, z > 2, then A, B, and C have a common prime factor. Billionaire banker Andrew Beal formulated this conjecture in 1993 while investigating generalizations of Fermat's last theorem. BOINC Confederation :: Home
We are proud to announce that our latest GPU core, FahCore 17, was recently moved from beta to advanced testing, the last quality assurance step before a full release. As we previously mentioned, this core is a significant step for us. FahCore 17 is a complete overhaul from our previous GPU cores. It brings a cleaner and more streamlined codebase, new serialization mechanisms that allow us to set up diverse simulations, and improved stability. Its use of OpenCL has united our development, allowing the single core to run on both Nvidia and AMD cards, and theoretically any OpenCL-capable device. Folding@home
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