Fermilab Computing Division

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Michael H Kirby of Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory is listed as an author on the most recent version of the following documents:
See documents with Michael H Kirby on any version.

CS-doc-# Title Author(s) Topic(s) Last Updated
6158-v1 Charge on Future Data Management 28 Aug, 2017 Michael H Kirby et al. Data Management
28 Aug 2017
5872-v2 Muon g-2 Computing Review, Final Report Burt Holzman et al. Reviews
28 Nov 2016
5859-v1 Muon g-2 Computing Review Coordination Slides Michael H Kirby Muon g-2
31 Oct 2016
5819-v1 The FIFE Project at Fermilab: Computing for Experiments Joe Boyd et al. FIFE
11 Aug 2016
5755-v1 DOE Operations Review (May 2016) - Enabling Computing of Fermilab’s Experiments (FIFE) Michael H Kirby High Performance Computing
Scientific Computing Facilities
FIFE
Fermilab Operations Review
23 May 2016
5684-v1 User View of Fermilab Batch Computing Michael H Kirby Shared Systems and Services
11 Feb 2016
5675-v1 FermiGeneralPurposeGridConfiguration_jan122016 Joe Boyd et al. Scientific Computing Facilities
12 Jan 2016
5646-v2 “SAM for Users” Review Mine Altunay et al. FIFE
28 Dec 2015
5432-v3 Progress on the Fabric for Frontier Experiments Project at Fermilab Michael H Kirby High Performance Computing
FIFE
14 May 2015
5083-v1 The Fabric for Frontier Experiments Project at Fermilab Michael H Kirby et al. Experiment/Scientific Program
Neutrino Program
Scientific Liaisons
11 Nov 2013
5240-v1 The Fabric for Frontier Experiments Project at Fermilab Michael H Kirby CS Liaison
Neutrino Program
01 Nov 2013
5170-v1 LaR Project Overview at the CS Liaison Meeting Michael H Kirby Experiment/Scientific Program
02 Aug 2013
5127-v2 Fermilab Internal Memorandum of Understanding between The Computing Sector and E-1000, The DarkSide-50 Experiment -DRAFT Kurt Biery et al. Experiment MOUs
29 May 2013

Number of documents found: 13

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