The Belle II Computing System

Doris Kim

29 January 2017
AFAD 2018

Abstract: The Belle II experiment is the upgraded version of the Belle experiment, and is a next generation B factory with excellent new physics opportunities. One consequence of the upgrade is that the experiment has to manage a 50 times larger data set than the previous one, which will be generated by the SuperKEKB collider. At the end of 2018, the SuperKEKB will start creating the data set by colliding high luminosity electron and positron beams, and the run will continue for several years. The Belle II collaboration has been constructing a worldwide grid computing system to analyze and store the anticipated amount of the data set. In this talk, the structure of the Belle II computing system will be summarized and the strategies to handle this ambitious physics plan will be discussed.

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