“Inter-collaborational interaction will become much more effective and it will shorten the overall processing term”
Belarusian scientist Vitaly Yermolchyk is trying to help unravel the hidden secrets of the Universe. But a bottleneck in network connectivity between his University and CERN –the European Organization for Nuclear Research– has been reducing his ability to participate in the research. Vitaly Yermolchyk from the Institute for Nuclear Problems of Belarusian State University (INP BSU) is one of several Belarusian specialists who participate in experiments at the Large Hadron Collider (LHC), the world’s largest and most powerful particle accelerator – in particular the CMS and ATLAS experiments.
Read how the Belarusian National Research and Education Network BASNET and how are relieved the connectivity bottleneck described by Vitaly Yermolchyk on the In The Field blog.
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