A pioneering algorithm has been put into operation at the Large Hadron Collider by a group of scientists from Staffordshire University, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, and CERN.
The largest particle accelerator to have been constructed is called the Large Hadron Collider (LHC). It is the location of ongoing trials that help physicists all across the world understand the way the universe works.
“The largest particle accelerator to have been constructed is called the Large Hadron Collider“
The undertaking is a component of the CMS experiment, one of seven established experiments that employs detectors to examine the particles generated by collisions in the accelerator.
Professor Raheel Nawaz, who oversaw the research, said that “Limiting the increase of computing resource consumption at large pileups is a necessary step for the success of the HL-LHC physics program. This project has been a privilege to work on and is likely to dictate the future direction of research on particle reconstruction.”
Dr. Jan Kieseler from CERN also said that “this novel approach, combining dedicated graph neural network layers and training methods, can be extended to such challenging tasks while staying within resource constraints, represents an important milestone towards future particle reconstruction.”
Staffordshire University’s Chief Executive, Professor Martin Jones, said that “CERN is one of the world’s most respected centers for scientific research and I congratulate the researchers on this project, paving the way for even greater discoveries in years to come. Artificial Intelligence is continuously evolving to benefit many different industries.”
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