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These pages provide statistics for the participants of the BOINC-based vLHC@home project, and are based on statistics made available from the official project site.

vLHC@home Project Totals

Database last updated: Tuesday, 6th June 2017 16:11
Using statistics from: Tuesday, 6th June 2017 15:56
Database status: Current  
Project total credit: 8,122,867,250.48 cobblestones
Project recent average credit: 6,208,231.60 cobblestones
Total participants (>0 credit): 154,037 (154,037 loaded)
Active participants: 8,694  
Total hosts: 406,493 (250,100 loaded)
Total teams: 5,796 (5,796 loaded)
Total countries: 221 (221 loaded)


LHC stands for Large Hadron Collider. It will be the largest and most powerful particle accelerator ever built. LHC@home helps the construction of LHC. It simulates how the particles travel trough the 27 km long tunnel. With the help of the calculated information, the magnets that control the beam can be calibrated with greater precision. LHC@home was created by, and is based at, CERN, which is located in Geneva, Switzerland.


The LHC@home 2.0 project vLHCatHome (formerly Test4Theory) allows users to participate in running simulations of high-energy particle physics using their home computers. The results are submitted to a database which is used as a common resource by both experimental and theoretical scientists working on the Large Hadron Collider at CERN.
BOINC BOINC is a software platform for distributed computing using volunteer computer resources, and provides the framework for SETI@home and other projects. It is based at the Space Sciences Laboratory at the University of California, Berkeley.