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KLOE-2 Scientific Computing

KLOE-2 is the main experiment of the Laboratori Nazionali di Frascati and the study of quantum interference with neutral K mesons  produced at the electron-positron  accelerator DAΦNE and of the intrinsic properties of matter particles with respect to anti-matter particles are among its main physics goals. KLOE-2 first data taking campaign started in November 2014 and successfully ended last July with the observation of about 1 billion neutral K mesons.

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The National Laboratory of Frascati’s Tier2

The National Laboratory of Frascati’s Tier2 is one of the data centres comprising the WLCG (Worldwide LHC Computing Grid), the largest existing computational grid. WLCG is a global infrastructure implemented in order to provide computing resources to store, distribute and analyse about 30 Petabytes (30 million Gigabytes) of data generated each year by the Large Hadron Collider (LHC) at CERN, making them available to all partners of the collaboration, regardless of their geographical location.

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Computing Service

The LNF Computing Service deals with the configuration and administration of the data transmission network, the IT infrastructure and the computing resources of LNF and AC (Central Administration). Furthermore, it also plays an important role for INFN by managing some crucial IT services, relevant at national level. 

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