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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 2016
COSMOS Publications 2015
COSMOS Publications 2014
COSMOS Publications 2013
COSMOS Publications 2012
COSMOS Publications 2011
COSMOS Publications 2010
ExoMol Publications 2012-13