Citizen Cyberscience Centre

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The Citizen Cyberscience Centre (CCC) is an organization for volunteer computing formed as a partnership between CERN, UNITAR, and the University of Geneva.[1]

In August 2011 a new version of the BOINC-based volunteer computing project LHC@home began simulating the high-energy collisions of protons in CERN's Large Hadron Collider (LHC), with CCC's help.[2]

The Citizen Cyberscience Centre is currently hosted at the UNITAR offices at CERN.[3]

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