Plans for near future of E@H ?
FGRP1 is out of data and S6LV1 will end close to the end of this year.
So I had a look into LSC-Virgo data analysis white paper - many thanks to joe areeda for posting this((:-))) -. But the only I found directly related to E@H was on page 131, in chaper 7 "LSC Computing and Software" the last block: "The LSC also developed the Einstein@Home project to leverage an alternative distributed computing paradigm for its most formidable computing challenge, the search for gravitational waves from isolated pulsars. The pulsar analysis puts reduced demand on quick turn-around and has low data flow, but requires PFlops of computing power. The ....". (We just reached 0.7PFLOPs.)
On A@H are no following up projects for test now.
For fresh data form the Advanced LIGO detectors we will have to wait for another year at minimum, according to the official time schedule.
So what will be the near future of E@H? Will we crunch BRP1 tasks on our CPUs, which is much less effective?
For a short answer we will be pleased.
Kind regards and happy crunching
P.S.: I found the "LSC-Virgo data analysis white paper" still very much interesting.