The Computational Science Research Center

The Computing Science Research Center is established to perform research in mathematics and computing and is currently responsible for the establishment of an AMS global data center.   The AMS global data center consists of 30,000 cores and 2 PB of storage and is expected to be fully operational in the beginning of 2020.   This will be a principal data center for the AMS experiment.

Since the founding, IAT has concentrated on basic research and made significant progress relying on AMS and related experimental platforms.

In the field of computing and storage technologies, it

1) has developed the AMS antimatter identification algorithm to find rare antimatter particles from 210 billion cosmic ray data, forming the basis of relevant scientific results.