BOINC projects (in alphabetic order):

 

 ABC@home  HashClash  Resource Measurement
 ABC@home beta  Help Cure Muscular Dystrophy  Riesel Sieve

 Africa@home

 Help Defeat Cancer (WCG)  Rosetta@home
 APS@Home   Human Proteome Folding (WCG)  SciLINC 
 Belgian Beer@Home  Hydrogen@Home  Seasonal Attribution Project
 BOINC alpha test  Leiden Classical  SETI@home
 BRaTS@Home  LHC@home  SETI@home/AstroPulse Beta
 BURP  MalariaControl.net  SIMAP
 Chess960@home  nano@home  Spinhenge@home
 Climate Change Experiment  NanoHive@Home  Superlink@Technion 
 climateprediction.net  NCSSM Grid Computing Project  SZTAKI Desktop Grid
 climateprediction.net Beta  ORBIT@HOME  TANPAKU
 COSMOLOGY@HOME  Pirates@Home  The Lattice Project 
 Crash Collection  PlanetQuest  TMRL DRTG
 DepSpid  PREDICTOR@home  Translator@home
 Docking@Home  PrimeGrid  μFluids@Home
 Einstein@Home  Project Neuron  vtu@home
 FightAIDS@Home (WCG)  proteins@home  WEP-M+2 Project
 Folding@home  QMC@HOME  World Community Grid
 Genome Comparison (WCG)

 RALPH@home

 XtremLab
 Gerasim@home

 Rectilinear Crossing Number

 Zebra RSA Bruteforce 
 Gridfinity  RenderFarm@Home  Zivis

 


 

Name:    ABC@home

 

Link:      http://www.abcathome.com

 

Status:      Active

 

Description:    "ABC@home" is a mathematical project on the field of the number theory and attempts to find all ABC triples related to the ABC conjecture to 1018.

 

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Name:    ABC@home beta

 

Link:      http://www.abcathome.com/beta

 

Status:      Active

 

Description:    "ABC@home beta" is the official alpha test project for "ABC@home". New application versions, work units, and updates in general will be tested here before being used for production. The goal for "ABC@home beta" is to improve "ABC@home".

 

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Name:    Africa@home

 

Link:      http://africa-at-home.web.cern.ch

 

Status:      Active

 

Description:    The objective to solicit relief worldwide for the benefit of the malaria epidemiology set "Africa@home" to itself. This interdisciplinary intention is a cooperation between the university of Geneva (UniGe), the Swiss Institute of Tropical Medicine (STI), two in Geneva of resident NGO (Non-governmental Organisations), an international organization resident in Geneva (ICVolunteers), CERN (European Organization for Nuclear Research CERN) and the Université Cheikh Anta Diop (UCAD) in Dakar, Senegal.

The first utilization to be developed within the framework of "Africa@home" is "MalariaControl.net" (Link: http://www.malariacontrol.net).

 

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Name:    APS@Home 

 

Link:      http://www.apsathome.org

 

Status:      Active

 

Description:    "APS@home" is a scientific project which deals with the effects of atmospheric dispersion as well as their influence on the accuracy of measurements which are used with climate forecasts. The project is supported by the "Centre for Atmospheric Science" at the "University of Manchester".

 

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Name:    Belgian Beer@Home

 

Link:      http://bebeer.dyndns.org:2222/bebeer

 

Status:      Active

 

Description:    The project "Belgian Beer@Home" is an initiative of members of the BOINC team "BOINC.BE". In discussions under the influence of Belgian beer the idea of an own BOINC-project was born. Currently people think about possible utilization which are supposed to be used in future within the framework of the project. In this case a topic reference to beer keeps on being supposed to be available if possible. In addition there are, however, also considerations, to set Belgian students the project for interesting utilization availably.

 

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Name:    BOINC alpha test

 

Link:      http://isaac.ssl.berkeley.edu/alpha

 

Status:      Active

 

Description:    The project "BOINC alpha test" tests new versions of the BOINC software, thereby increasing the reliability of software released to the public. The software is developed at the "University of California" in Berkeley, USA.

 

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Name:    BRaTS@Home

 

Link:      http://maxwell.dhcp.umsl.edu/brats/

 

Status:      In preparation

 

Description:    "BRaTS@Home" (shortly for: Simulator BRaTS Ray Trace) is a project that deals with different calculations in the gravity wave investigation.

 

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Name:    BURP

 

Link:      http://burp.boinc.dk

 

Status:      Active

 

Description:    "BURP" is not a scientific project. It is objective to carry out computations for three dimensional animation. In future it will be possible to let calculate also own three dimensional animation of the project participants.

 

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Name:    Chess960@home

 

Link:      http://www.chess-960.org

 

Status:      Active

 

Description:    The project "Chess960@home" practices in the wide sense Chess-"basic research". "Chess960" is a young rising chess-discipline in which the officers can be not behind the farmers in the initial position of the traditional chess but in 960 different start positions.

 

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Name:    Climate Change Experiment

 

Link:      http://www.bbc.co.uk/sn/hottopics/climatechange

 

Status:      Active

 

Description:    The "Climate Change Experiment" has been created for the BBC by climateprediction.net (Link: http://www.climateprediction.net). The experiment investigates the uncertainty in the climate of 1920-2080, with a view to understanding the risk of faster or slower future climate change than the current best estimate.

 

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Name:    climateprediction.net

 

Link:      http://www.climateprediction.net

 

Status:      Active

 

Description:    "climateprediction.net" is the worldwide greatest experiment to attempt to predict the climate for the 21st century. The objective is it, that to examine typically in the case of deviations state-of-the-art gained to climate models from different parameters. In which one carries out the climate model repeatedly, one hopes for finding out how the model behaves exactly with these deviations - exactly enough around the deviations as un-/realistic assess. This is supposed to allow it, to correct the understanding from how the model reacts sensitively with smaller deviations and also near changes of carbon dioxide and sulphur compounds. With that it is supposed to be possible to investigate how the climate can change in the 21st century with different scenarios.

 

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Name:    climateprediction.net Beta

 

Link:      http://climateapps1.oucs.ox.ac.uk/beta

 

Status:      Active

 

Description:    "climateprediction.net Beta" is the official alpha test project for "climateprediction.net". New application versions, work units, and updates in general will be tested here before being used for production. The goal for "climateprediction.net Beta" is to improve "climateprediction.net".

 

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Name:    COSMOLOGY@HOME

 

Link:      http://cosmos.astro.uiuc.edu/cosmohome

 

Status:      In preparation

 

Description:    The project "COSMOLOGY@HOME" is supported by the "Department of Astronomy" at the "University of Illinois", Urbana-Champaign.

 

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Name:    Crash Collection

 

Link:      http://winerror.cs.berkeley.edu/crashcollection

 

Status:      Completed

 

Description:    The project "Crash Collection" examines the causes of computer crashes. For this purpose statistics which are determined in the case of the measurement of computer crashes of the project participants is gathered by the "Recovery-Oriented Computing Group" at the "University of California" in Berkeley.

 

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Name:    DepSpid

 

Link:      http://www.depspid.net

 

Status:      Active

 

Description:    "DepSpid" is a distributed type of a web crawler (like the ones used by search engines). The objective of the project is to build up a database which contains dependences between individual Internet pages and groups of Internet pages. In addition statistical dates are supposed to be collected about the structure of the Internet. All information which are collected by DepSpid are also supposed to be published.

 

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Name:    Docking@Home

 

Link:      http://docking.utep.edu

 

Status:      Active

 

Description:    The project "Docking@Home" is a collaboration among the "University of Texas" in El Paso, "The Scripps Research Institute" (TSRI) and the "University of California" in Berkeley. This project makes possible through implementation and use of an cyber tool, DAPLDS (shortly for: Dynamically Adaptive Protein-Ligand Docking System), the adaptive multi-scale modelling in a test environment. With that the knowledge of the atomic details of protein-ligand interactions is broadened and the discovery of novel pharmaceuticals will accelerate.

 

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Name:    Einstein@Home

 

Link:      http://www.einsteinathome.org

 

Status:      Active

 

Description:    The project "Einstein@Home" searches for rotating neutron stars (pulsars). Dates are used for that by the LIGO and by gravity wave detectors GEO. The project was an international contribution to the "World Year of Physics 2005" and to the "Einstein year 2005". It is supported from the American Physical Society (APS) and a great number of international organizations.

 

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Name:    FightAIDS@Home (WCG)

 

Link:      http://fightaidsathome.scripps.edu

 

Status:      Active

 

Description:    "FightAIDS@Home" is a biomedical project, that of the "Olson Laboratory at The Scripps Research Institute" is carried on. It is supposed to help the basic research in this case, under use of the to send in an awake way knowledge's of the structural biology of AIDS new welfare remedy and procedure against this illness discover and develop. A relief of the project "FightAIDS@Home" is currently only within the framework of "World Community Grid" (Link: http://www.worldcommunitygrid.org) possible.

 

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Name:    Folding@home

 

Link:      http://folding.stanford.edu

 

Status:      In preparation

 

Description:    "Folding@Home" is a project, which the protein fold, -miss fold and aggregation as soon as illnesses contiguous with that studies. Biological work horses are proteins, there are in the actual sense "nanomachines". Before proteins start their biochemical work, join or "fold" they. Although the process of the protein fold is very decisive and represents the basis of the whole biology, it is not yet, however, completely investigated. It is not from that presumably surprising that it can have difficult effects if proteins do not crease correctly (in the English one "misfold"). So many known illnesses, as Alzheimer, BSE, CJI (Creutzfeldt Jakob illness), ALS (Amyotrophe Lateral Sclerosis) or Parkinson.

 

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Name:    Genome Comparison (WCG)

 

Link:      http://www.worldcommunitygrid.org

 

Status:      Aktiv

 

Description:    "Genome Comparison" is a project of the Bioinformatics Team at the "Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology of Fiocruz". The project calculates the sequence similarity level among the whole protein content encoded in completely sequenced genomes of hundreds of organisms, including humans and several other species of medical, commercial, industry, or research importance. The calculated similarity indices will be used, together with standardized Gene Ontology, as a reference repository and a data source for biologists.

A relief of the project "Human Proteome Folding" is currently only within the framework of "World Community Grid" (Link: http://www.worldcommunitygrid.org) possible.

 

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Name:    Gerasim@home

 

Link:      http://www.gerasim.boinc.ru/Gerasim/default.aspx

 

Status:      In preparation

 

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Name:    Gridfinity

 

Link:      http://www.gridfinity.com

 

Status:      In preparation

 

Description:    "Gridfinity" is a commercial project platform. The computer power provided by the project participants within the framework of "Gridfinity" is put potential prospective customers and/or enterprises for cash for their performance-intensive applications (for example medical investigations, 3D modeling) availably. The project participants participate in the proceeds with at the most 90 % in the relationship of the provided computing power. Currently yet no projects are supported by "Gridfinity".

 

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Name:    HashClash

 

Link:      http://boinc.banaan.org/hashclash

 

Status:      Active

 

Description:    The project "HashClash" deals with cryptographic research. It is intended to examine that kind of the vulnerability in MD5-utilization that can occur on basis of the collision finding methods by Xiaoyun Wang, Dengguo Feng, Xuejia Lai and Hongbo Yu.

 

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Name:    Help Cure Muscular Dystrophy (WCG)

 

Link:      http://www.worldcommunitygrid.org

 

Status:      In preparation

 

Description:    The project "Help Cure Muscular Dystrophy" is investigating protein-protein interactions for 40.000 proteins whose structures are known, with particular focus on those proteins that play a role in neuromuscular diseases. The database of information produced will help researchers design molecules to inhibit or enhance binding of particular macromolecules, hopefully leading to better treatments for muscular dystrophy and other neuromuscular diseases. Neuromuscular disease is a generic term for a group of more than 200 disorders that impair muscle functioning either directly through muscle pathology (muscular dystrophy) or indirectly through nerve pathology. Despite advances in therapeutic techniques, there is currently no curative treatment available for persons affected by neuromuscular diseases.

The project "Help Cure Muscular Dystrophy" is carried out by researchers supported by "Decrypthon", a partnership between AFM (French Muscular Dystrophy Association), CNRS (French National Center for Scientific Research) and IBM.

A relief of the project "Help Cure Muscular Dystrophy" is currently only within the framework of "World Community Grid" (Link: http://www.worldcommunitygrid.org) possible.

 

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Name:    Help Defeat Cancer (WCG)

 

Link:      http://www.worldcommunitygrid.org

 

Status:      Active

 

Description:    "Help Defeat Cancer" is a project which deals with the cancer research. The project is a cooperation of "The Cancer of institutes New Jersey", "Rutgers University" and "UMDNJ - Robert Wood Johnson Medical School". The project will be examining tissue micro arrays to determine how to improve the treatment of cancer with earlier and more targeted diagnostic tools.

Cancer is a generic term for a group of diseases that can affect any part of the body. According to the World Health Organization, cancer causes 7 million deaths each year worldwide. More than 11 million people are diagnosed with cancer every year, and it is estimated that there will be 16 million new cases every year by 2020. Cancer develops when cells in one part of the body begin to grow out of control, often leading to invasion of other tissues, either directly or by travelling to other parts of the body where they begin to grow and replace normal tissue through a process called metastasis. Cancer cells develop as a result of damage to DNA. Most of the time when DNA becomes damaged the body is able to repair it, but in cancer cells, damaged DNA is not fixed. Damaged DNA can be hereditary or can be caused by carcinogens, by exposure to radioactive materials, or by certain viruses that insert their DNA into the human genome.

A relief of the project "Human Proteome Folding" is currently only within the framework of "World Community Grid" (Link: http://www.worldcommunitygrid.org) possible.

 

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Name:    Human Proteome Folding (WCG)

 

Link:      http://www.worldcommunitygrid.org

 

Status:      Active

 

Description:    The project "Human Proteome Folding" focuses on correcting the knowledge about human illnesses. When one identifies the proteins that form the human Proteom, scientists can establish a sense for that, as novel and effective processing against illnesses as cancer, HIV/AIDS, to develop SARS and malaria are. The deciphering of the human Proteom is a great step on the way to a basic understanding of the human body, because only a co-ordination of the proteins creates lives. A relief of the project "Human Proteome Folding" is currently only within the framework of "World Community Grid" (Link: http://www.worldcommunitygrid.org) possible.

 

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Name:    Hydrogen@Home

 

Link:      http://hydrogenathome.org

 

Status:      In preparation

 

Description:    "Hydrogen@Home" is a scientific project which deals with the hydrogen-production. The reciprocal actions are examined in particular between Catalase and hydrogen peroxide. The project is not supported currently by a research institute or a university.

 

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Name:    Leiden Classical

 

Link:      http://boinc.gorlaeus.net

 

Status:      Active

 

Description:    "Leiden Classical" is a project of the Leiden University. It is objective to build up a computer grid for general classical physics that scientists and students can be useful. Currently there are following partial experiments: vapour-simulation, butane-molecule-simulation and hydrogen gas-simulation.

 

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Name:    LHC@home

 

Link:      http://lhcathome.cern.ch/lhcathome

 

Status:      Active

 

Description:    The project "LHC@home" (shortly for: Large Hadron Collider) studies the stability of the orbits of high-energetic elementary particles. For this purpose the corpuscle movements of the LHC are simulated. The LHC is a particle accelerator, that is built at the CERN (European Organization for Nuclear Research CERN) and will be during his finishing in the year 2007 the worldwide biggest instrument, with which one can examine the qualities of elementary particles.

 

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Name:    MalariaControl.net

 

Link:      http://www.malariacontrol.net

 

Status:      Active

 

Description:    The project "MalariaControl.net" is the first application to be developed within the framework of "Afrika@home" (Link: http://africa-at-home.web.cern.ch). The project uses stochastic models for the investigation of the clinical epidemiology and natural history of Plasmodium-Falciparum-malaria. Simulation models for the transfer dynamics as well as for the health effects of malaria are an important tool for the malaria control. To think they can be used around optimal strategies to the delivery of mosquito nets, for the chemotherapy, or for new vaccines which are current in evolution and test.

 

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Name:    nano@home

 

Link:      http://www.nanoathome.org

 

Status:      In preparation

 

Description:    "nano@home" is a project which exceeds far a pure science project in order to help to the nanotechnology to the progress. Basically it helps with developing molecular machines in the nanometer field. These are supposed to make it possible, to manufacture those things that are currently not possible within the limitations of the natural laws. The production process with nanomachines is mentioned also "molecular production" and is the final aim of the nanotechnology. Becoming nanomachines with atomic accuracy and building nanomachines with a capability which one can only dream about at the present time. One becomes new materials, faster and smaller computers, improves and can produce efficient current devices and other consumer products ... nanomachines will be able to repair also these things. They will be presumably so small that they can work in a human body, cure wounds, crushes and broken bones as soon as repel viruses and bacteria. They will probably be capable to conquer the cancer and maybe to stop even the aging process for this purpose. The nanotechnology promises the beginning of a new era.

 

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Name:    NanoHive@Home

 

Link:      http://www.nano-hive.org

 

Status:      Active

 

Description:    "NanoHive@Home" is a modular simulator which is used in order to model the physical world in the nanometer field. It is the purpose of the simulator to serve for the study, the experimentation and the evolution of nanotechnology-subjects as a tool.

 

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Name:    NCSSM Grid Computing Project

 

Link:      http://grid.ncssm.edu/ncssm_grid

 

Status:      In preparation

 

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Name:    ORBIT@HOME

 

Link:      http://orbit.psi.edu

 

Status:      Active

 

Description:    The project "ORBIT@HOME" deals with the observation and danger estimate of "Near Earth Objects", that is of asteroids, comets, meteors and artificial satellites.

 

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Name:    Pirates@Home

 

Link:      http://pirates.spy-hill.net

 

Status:      Active

 

Description:    The project "Pirates@Home" is the test project for the project "Einstein@Home". No own scientific computations are carried out, however. The evolution of the screen saver is supported in particular.

 

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Name:    PlanetQuest

 

Link:      http://www.planetquest.org

 

Status:      In preparation

 

Description:    The project "PlanetQuest" attempts, new planets to search and to discover, to be able to relate stars and to be able to find out new about known stars. The actual data processing occurs on the computers of the project participants with the aid of the "PlanetQuest Collaboratory". "PlanetQuest" turns the project participants into the astronomer. The project sends the project participants the raw data, but the project participants do the discoveries and receive recognition for these. The "PlanetQuest Collaboratory" will list the stars classified by the respective project participant, possible new planets and other discoveries in the central PlanetQuest discovery catalog and charge the stars classified by the respective project participant, possible new planets and other discoveries in the central "PlanetQuest" discovery catalogue to the respective project participant. The "PlanetQuest" software is in addition a virtual astronomy lab on the computer that it makes for the project participants possible to carry on a variety from experiments to a given star is. The project participants can also command "PlanetQuest" to make all decisions automatically. Participants who have an own telescope can transfer the stellar coordinates from "PlanetQuest" and have a look at the stars at home even.

 

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Name:    PREDICTOR@home

 

Link:      http://predictor.scripps.edu

 

Status:      Active

 

Description:    "PREDICTOR@home" is an experiment to predict the protein structure of protein sequences. The objective is to test it, new algorithms and means of the forecast of protein structures and evaluate.

 

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Name:    PrimeGrid

 

Link:      http://www.primegrid.com

 

Status:      Active

 

Description:    The project had initially the denotation "Message@Home" and the objective to decipher news which were coded with the md5-algorithm. Now "PrimeGrid" is a project for the generation of a prime number within the framework of the "RSA factoring Challenge". In addition "PerlBOINC" is tested major - an attempt to realize BOINC with the aid of the programming language "Pearl".

 

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Name:    Project Neuron

 

Link:      http://neuron.mine.nu/neuron

 

Status:      Active

 

Description:    "Project Neuron" aims to provide a trial BOINC environment in which a set of dummy applications will run. The purpose of this being to record, observe and understand BOINC activity and data with a view to developing metrics that will establish or otherwise the quality / reliability / dependability of particular BOINC projects. A central reference point will be developed and updated automatically to which users can refer. User feedback may also be permitted at this reference point. Background is that some BOINC projects are better resourced, run and managed than others. It is inevitable that some research will be better funded than other research.

A concern of a few BOINC users is that its hard to distinguish between a well run project where volunteer CPU resources are used effectively and a badly run project where volunteer CPU time is being wasted. "Project Neuron" is not an attempt to determine if a BOINC project and its aims are worthwhile or laudable or acceptable.

 

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Name:    proteins@home

 

Link:      http://biology.polytechnique.fr/proteinsathome

 

Status:      Active

 

Description:    "proteins@home" is a project for the exploration of protein structures. Conversely, the three-dimensional structure is compatible with a large, but limited set of amino acid sequences. Enumerating the allowed sequences for a given fold is known as the "inverse protein folding problem". The project "proteins@home" is working to solve this problem for a large number of known protein folds. The objective is supposed to be a database which describes all these structures. For each structure, the project considers all possible sequences of amino acids.

 

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Name:    QMC@HOME

 

Link:      http://qah.uni-muenster.de

 

Status:      Active

 

Description:    The project "QMC@HOME" attempts to keep on developing the quanta to Monte Carlo (QMC) method to the general usability in the quantum chemistry. The quanta Monte Carlo (QMC) method is a very much promising method that found utilization up to now little in the quantum chemistry. One of the greatest advantages of this method is the possibility of massively parallel calculations.

 

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Name:    RALPH@home

 

Link:      http://ralph.bakerlab.org

 

Status:      Active

 

Description:    "RALPH@home" is the official alpha test project for "Rosetta@home". New application versions, work units, and updates in general will be tested here before being used for production. The goal for "RALPH@home" is to improve "Rosetta@home".

 

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Name:    Rectilinear Crossing Number

 

Link:      http://dist.ist.tugraz.at/cape5

 

Status:      Active

 

Description:    The project "Rectilinear Crossing Number" deals with problems of the computational geometry. Many questions in computational and combinatorial geometry are based on finite groups of points in a Euclidean plane. A typical question is the prominent problem of the rectilinear crossing number: What is the least number of crossings a straight-edge drawing of the complete graph on top of a set of n points in the plane obtains?

 

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Name:    RenderFarm@Home

 

Link:      http://server2.povaddict.com.ar/pov

 

Status:      Completed

 

Description:    "RenderFarm@Home" is not a scientific project. The objective is the rendering of animation. For this purpose "RenderFarm@Home" uses the Rendering POV-Ray (shortly for: Persistence of Vision, that is "Inertness of the sight"). POV-Ray is a Ray-tracer, that is a three dimensional computer graphics program, which as pure render does not contain any own 3D-Modeller. The quality and the claim of the rendering pictures in this case pure no boundaries are set, only the available CPU time is in this case the restricting factor.

 

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Name:    Resource Measurement

 

Link:      http://winerror.cs.berkeley.edu/resourcemeasurement

 

Status:      Completed

 

Description:    The project "Resource Measurement" examines the free resources of computers. For this purpose statistics which are determined in the case of the measurement of resources of the computers of the project participants is gathered by the "Recovery-Oriented Computing Group" at the "University of California" in Berkeley.

 

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Name:    Riesel Sieve

 

Link:      http://boinc.rieselsieve.com

 

Status:      Active

 

Description:    "Riesel Sieve" searches prime numbers in the form k·2n-1. Attempts to prove the project, that 509203 is the smallest odd k for all n >= 1 and k·2n-1. Currently only the sieve function of the project is realized. The sieve function attempts, quickly great amounts of k/n-pairs eliminate and not to test primarily every individual k/n-pair.

 

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Name:    Rosetta@home

 

Link:      http://boinc.bakerlab.org/rosetta

 

Status:      Active

 

Description:    The project "Rosetta@home" attempts to predict and to project protein-protein and protein-ligand reciprocal actions. The objective is to develop it, means which predict protein structures exactly and project protein structures, and complexes. To develop an effort which can help researchers in this case ultimately, treatment against human illnesses as cancer, HIV/AIDS and malaria.

 

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Name:    SciLINC 

 

Link:      http://www.scilinc.org/SciLINC

 

Status:      Active

 

Description:    The project "SciLINC" (shortly for: Scientific Literature Indexing on Networked Computers) is supported by the "Missouri Botanical Garden" and intends the indexing of digitalized scientific literature, around ultimately to set availably an integrated Internet portal (Link: www.botanicus.org), where users can receive information about plants. The project analyzes in this case digitalized botanical literature in order to receive a full text register and a code word register for every individual internet page. Links to other online resources will be put in addition on the code words. The Internet portal (Link: www.botanicus.org) is supposed to become in future an essential tool for everyone which is interested in plants including scientist, students and also the general public.

 

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Name:    Seasonal Attribution Project

 

Link:      http://attribution.cpdn.org

 

Status:      Active

 

Description:    The "Seasonal Attribution Project" has been developed under the project "climateprediction.net" (Link: http://www.climateprediction.net) with support from "WWF International". The project investigates the possible impact of human activity on extreme weather risk.

 

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Name:    SETI@home

 

Link:      http://setiweb.ssl.berkeley.edu

 

Status:      Active

 

Description:    "SETI@home" (shortly for: Search for ExtraTerrestrial Intelligence) is a scientific experiment which one searches for extraterrestrial intelligence. In this case the dates collected by the biggest radio telescope of the world in Arecibo (Puerto Rico) are analyzed to signals of other worlds. The project is developed at the "University of California" in Berkeley, USA.

 

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Name:    SETI@home/AstroPulse Beta

 

Link:      http://setiweb.ssl.berkeley.edu/beta

 

Status:      Active

 

Description:    "SETI@home/AstroPulse Beta" is the official beta test project for "SETI@home".  New application versions, work units, and updates in general will be tested here before being used for production. The goal for "SETI@home/AstroPulse Beta" is to improve "SETI@home".

 

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Name:    SIMAP

 

Link:      http://boinc.bio.wzw.tum.de/boincsimap

 

Status:      Active

 

Description:    The objective of the "SIMAP" (shortly for: Similarity Matrix of Proteins) is the evolution of a similarity matrix of proteins and protein sequences. Protein similarities give indications of the kinship relationships between proteins. Allied proteins have normally often same or similar qualities and functions in the organism since they change in the course of the evolution only slowly. The project "SIMAP" is a joint effort of the GSF research centre for health and environment in Neuherberg and the Technical Munich University.

 

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Name:    Spinhenge@home

 

Link:      http://spin.fh-bielefeld.de

 

Status:      Active

 

Description:    The project "Spinhenge@home" studies molecular magnets and controls magnetism in the nanometer field, which one utilization in medicines and in the biotechnology can have. By means of these magnetic molecules new nano-magnetic applications, as highly integrated memory modules or tiny magnetic switches will be developed in the future. Furthermore biotechnological and medical applications (e.g. local tumour chemotherapy) are aimed to achieve. In the context of this project in co-operation with the universities Osnabrück and Bielefeld and the Ames Laboratory in Ames, Iowa, USA, extensive numeric simulations concerning the physical characteristics of magnetic molecules are processed. Therewith the subject is especially to discover highly promising structures, who could, regarding their new characteristics serve the chemists quasi as samples to synthesize analogical new molecules.

 

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Name:    Superlink@Technion 

 

Link:      http://cbl-link02.cs.technion.ac.il/superlinkattechnion

 

Status:      Active

 

Description:    "Superlink@Technion" helps geneticists all over the world find disease-provoking genes causing some types of diabetes, hypertension (high blood pressure), cancer, schizophrenia and many others. Genetic linkage analysis is a statistical method that is used to associate functionality of genes with their location on chromosomes.

 

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Name:    SZTAKI Desktop Grid

 

Link:      http://szdg.lpds.sztaki.hu/szdg

 

Status:      Active

 

Description:    It is the objective of the project "SZTAKI Desktop Grid" to find all generalized binary number systems up to the 11-th dimension.

 

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Name:    TANPAKU

 

Link:      http://issofty17.is.noda.tus.ac.jp

 

Status:      Active

 

Description:    "TANPAKU" is taken from the japanese word "tanpaku-shitsu", which means "protein". The project attempts to achieve predictions with protein structures. The project "TANPAKU" is developed in cooperation between the Yamato lab (Department of Biological Science and Technology) and the Takeda lab (Department of Information Sciences) at the Tokyo University of Science.

 

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Name:    The Lattice Project 

 

Link:      http://boinc.umiacs.umd.edu

 

Status:      Active

 

Description:    "The Lattice Project" is the first project, that the infrastructures of private GRID data processing (being based on the globe platform) and public data processing (being based on the BOINC) joins in order to study different problems of the bio computer science. Unlike most BOINC projects which studies only a problem "The Lattice Project" makes the assumptions for many kinds available from scientific utilization. The project is developed at the "University of Maryland".

 

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Name:    TMRL DRTG

 

Link:      http://hashbreaker.com:8700/tmrldrtg

 

Status:      Active

 

Description:    The project "TMRL DRTG" (shortly for: TheMinouche Research Laboratories Distributed Rainbow Table Generator) occupies with the calculation of rainbow tables. A rainbow table is a of Philippe Oechslin developed data structure that facilitates a fast decoding of hash values by means of a predefined statistical relevance probability. This rate advantage is supposed to be achieved in this case in particular by an increased memory space. In addition the project developed an advanced method in order to be able to calculate even the biggest tables quickly.

 

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Name:    Translator@home

 

Link:      http://autotranslator.net

 

Status:      Completed

 

Description:    The project "Translator@home" attempts to translate by means of computers books into those languages with which a manual translation is not practical under economic aspects. Thus freely for those groups of people available knowledge is supposed to be gained, that otherwise could not read these texts. The translated books are supposed to be then.

 

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Name:    μFluids@Home

 

Link:      http://www.ufluids.net

 

Status:      Active

 

Description:    The project "μFluids@Home" examines the two-phase behaviour of liquids under microforce of gravity as well as problems of liquids in the microscopic field. It is the objective to develop better satellite capstans and to occupy oneself with micro channel and MEMS-devices (Micro-Electro-Mechanical Systems).

 

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Name:    vtu@home

 

Link:      http://boinc.vtu.lt/vtuathome

 

Status:      Active

 

Description:    It is the current objective of the project "vtu@home" to count the number from prime numbers in great ranges. Existent computing and time-extensive algorithms are adapted through modifications in such a way, that to unite division operation groups of sum operations are changed. In future the project is supposed to be used also for in order to solve parametric optimization problems in order to solve medicine investigation problems and/or in order to solve an interesting, user-sided suggested problem.

 

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Name:    WEP-M+2 Project

 

Link:      http://bearnol.is-a-geek.com/wanless2

 

Status:      Active

 

Description:    "WEP-M+2 Project" attempts to find the factors (integer divisors) of "Mersenne+2"-numbers. Mersenne prime are prime numbers of the form 2p-1. "Mersenne+2" numbers are those integers that are two more than a Mersenne prime number, this makes "Mersenne+2" numbers of the form 2p+1.

 

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Name:    World Community Grid

 

Link:      http://www.worldcommunitygrid.org

 

Status:      Active

 

Description:    It is the objective of "World Community Grid" to establish the worldwide greatest public data processing net to support humanitarian projects. Within the framework of "World Community Grid" the projects "FightAIDS@Home" (Link: http://fightaidsathome.scripps.edu), "Genome Comparison", "Help Cure Muscular Dystrophy", "Help Defeat Cancer" and "Human Proteome Folding" are currently supported.

 

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Name:    XtremLab

 

Link:      http://xw01.lri.fr:4320

 

Status:      Active

 

Description:    Unlike other projects no computations are carried out with the project "XtremLab" about physics, mathematics, biology or similar things. The technology of the "Distributed Computing" itself is studied. The project examines the current performance and attempts to combine different computation means and technology in order to find out how one can correct the performance of all other projects in total.

 

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Name:    Zebra RSA Bruteforce 

 

Link:      http://zebrabrute.ath.cx/zebrabrute

 

Status:      Active

 

Description:    It is the long-term objective of the party responsible of the project "Zebra RSA Bruteforce" to write own programs for a RSA-Smartcard as soon as to put out the operating system of the card and to replace by an own.

On a RSA-Smartcard an operating system is which one picks up only RSA-encoded programs. These are still protected against modification by an encoded checksum. The project attempts therefore to determine this checksum under use of the optimized test division (q = N / p).

 

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Name:    Zivis

 

Link:      http://zivis.bifi.unizar.es

 

Status:      Active

 

Description:    The project "Zivis" became initial from the city Zaragoza, Spain and is a cooperation of Instituto de Biocomputación y Física de Sistemas Complejos (BIFI), Universidad de Zaragoza and Laboratorio Nacional de Fusión del CIEMAT. It is destination to build up a computer net.

 

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Status " Active":    A registration of the team "BOINC@Halle/Saale" with the project occurred. The preparation of participant accounts as well as the team joining are possible. The project makes work available - at least temporary.

Status " In preparation":    The project is still in the planning or test stage. It was carried out - provided that already possible - a registration of the team "BOINC@Halle/Saale". The preparation of participant accounts and the team joining are possibly possible. Yet no work - neither temporary - availably is put from the project.

Status " Completed":    The termination of the project occurred. Work is not more availably.