OYAMA-Ken | Institute for Innovative Science and Technology
Researcher Information
  • Executive Director for Division of Fundamental Science
  • Professor Dr. OYAMA, Ken
  • Division of Fundamental Science
  • Affliation
  • Graduate School and School of NIAS
  • Field of Research
  • particle and nuclear physics measurement technology computing science
  • Research
  • The quantum chromo dynamics predicts the existence of an extreme state of hadronic matter at temperature of ~150 MeV. That is called "Quark Gluon Plasma (QGP)" where quarks and gluons are released from the confinement and act as free particles. QGP may had existed in the early universe. In this research group, we join the ALICE experiment at the LHC (Large Hadron Collider) at CERN (European Organization for Nuclear Research). ALICE's main goal is to measure properties of QGP by colliding two nuclei at almost the speed of light. Advanced measurement, electronics, and information technology areessential for large scale physics experiments. We develop a high-performance computing system (HPC) using FPGA, CPU and network technologies to process the big-data from the detector system at beyond 1 TB/s.
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