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In this page we describe the algorithms used in the HPU4Science project.

To understand the algorithms used by HPU4SCience cluster, we first need to understand its primary use. The LCMCP has developed expertise in Electron Paramagnetic Resonance (EPR) and electron paramagnetic resonance imaging (EPRI). EPR is a non-destructive technique that uses oscillating magnetic fields to probe the electronic structure of a material. Using this technique, researchers can investigate the local environment of charge carriers (electrons and holes) detailing the intrinsic structure of the material and some types of structural defects. At the LCMCP, EPRI is primarily used to image carbonaceous matter in meteorites and terrestrial rock samples in order to study the origin of life on Earth.

For more, check out the Ars Technica website that will publish at the end of May our third paper on HPU4Science (on a series of four), that specifically describes the algorithms we use.