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The scientific researchers and the computer officers who run the COSMOS system
Technical details of the current and previous COSMOS systems
Science Overview
This supercomputer supports world-leading research in cosmology and exoplanets
Research Highlights 2013-14
Includes Planck Satellite science with polarization; black hole simulations; galaxy surveys, dark energy and dark matter; and galaxy formation and evolution
Research Highlights 2012-13
Includes searches for non-Gaussianity, an upper limit of the radiation efficiency of black holes, gravitational waves from the early universe, regulating star formation in galactic building blocks, a report on Supercomputing 2013, and an ExoMol highlight
Research Highlights 2011-12
Includes fast estimation of higher-order correlators for large scale structure, electroweak symmetry breaking and the matter asymmetry of the universe, and MaGICC disks: matching observed galaxy relationships
COSMOS Publications 2017
COSMOS Publications 2016
COSMOS Publications 2015
COSMOS Publications 2014
COSMOS Publications 2013
COSMOS Publications 2012
COSMOS Publications 2011
COSMOS Publications 2010
ExoMol Publications 2012-13