Yury Bordulev, a researcher at the High Energy Physics Data Analysis Laboratory, Faculty of Physics, has received a grant from the ATLAS international collaboration to develop new data storage algorithms. In using these algorithms, it will be necessary to reduce the amount of stored data while storing information. The grant will allow the TSU physicist to undergo a six-month internship at the European Organization for Nuclear Research (CERN).
ATLAS is one of the Large Hadron Collider particle detectors. This is one of the largest scientific facilities in the world, consisting of many interconnected systems and services. The ATLAS detector is served by approximately 3,000 scientists and engineers from 181 organizations, including TSU. During operation, ATLAS generates an unprecedentedly large data stream - tens of petabytes per year. These data are stored for subsequent analysis by physicists.
In early 2020, a TSU group completed a large project to test readout electronics as part of the modernization of the ATLAS muon detector.