IHEPCCC’s primary mission is to act as a forum between the main persons in charge of HEP computing, by gathering and distributing information about all relevant issues in HEP computing, and especially those with a global nature. Typical examples are information exchanges about new technology trends, computing centers’ strategic policies, security issues, recommendation of standard practices, presentation of R&D results, comparison of various equipment performances.
Other missions include:
- Issuing statements and recommendations concerning computing in the HEP community.
- Serving as an interface to other scientific domains on matters of computing.
- Working in close connection with the ICFA SCIC, the physics regional organizations, and the HICB coordinating the grid projects in HEP.
- Reporting to ICFA.
|D. Bhawalkar (Indore)||M. Delfina (Barcelona)||P. Avery (Gainesville)|
|H. Chen (IHEP/Beijing)||M. Kasemann (DESY)||B. Gibbard (BNL)|
|D. Son (Daegu)||M. Mazzucato (Padova)||R. Mount (SLAC)|
|G. Taylor (Melbourne)||W. von Rueden (CERN)||R. Sobie (Victoria)|
|Y. Watase (KEK)||M. Turala (Krakow)||V. White (Fermilab)|
|P. Watkins (Birmingham)||F. Wuerthwein (San Diego)|
|G. Wormser (Orsay) — Chair|
|A. Hoummadda (Casablanca)|
|V. Ilyin (Moscow)|
|A. Santoro (Rio de Janeiro)|