This is a comprehensive and continually updating List of All BOINC projects
Q - What is a BOINC project?
A - BOINC project definition: A BOINC project is a website and server set up by an individual or group to distribute applications (software which is a set of instructions for executing tasks in a computing device) to BOINC volunteer computing devices that are deliberately attached to receive, process and return the results of the application for further research.
Publications by BOINC Projects is a list of papers containing scientific results arising, directly or indirectly, from BOINC-based computing.
48 Active BOINC Projects[edit | edit source]
|Project Name||Publications||Launched||Operating System||GPU App||Vbox||Screen saver||Sponsor||Category||BOINC Radio||Research Focus|
|Albert@home||2011-12-23||Windows, Linux, MacOS, Android||GPU CPU||No||University of Wisconsin–Milwaukee, Max Planck Institute||Software testing||Test project for Einstein@Home|
|Amicable Numbers||2017-01-05||Windows, Linux, ARM, MacOS||GPU CPU||No||Independent||Mathematics||Listen||Amicable numbers are pairs where the sum of the proper divisors of each is equal to the other number. The goal of this project is to collect all amicable numbers up to a very large limit.|
|Asteroids@home||9||2012-06-18||Windows, Linux, ARM, MacOS, Free BSD, Android||NVIDIA GPU CPU||No||Astronomical Institute, Charles University, Prague||Astronomy||Listen||Derive shapes and spin for a significant part of the asteroid population. See more...|
|BlackHoles@Home||Not yet||University of Idaho||Astrophysics||Listen||Black hole collision simulations to maximize the science gained from gravitational wave observations|
|BOINC Central||2023-02-04||Not yet||Not yet||University of California, Berkeley||Multiple applications||Gives scientists access to the power of volunteer computing without having to operate a BOINC project|
|climateprediction.net||140||2003-12-09||Windows, Linux, ARM, MacOS||No||No||view||Oxford University||Climate study||Listen||Analyse ways to improve climate prediction models|
|cpdnboinc dev||Windows, Linux, MacOS||No||No||Oxford University||Software testing||Test project for climateprediction.net|
|Collatz Conjecture||1||2009-01-06||Windows, Linux, MacOS||GPU CPU||No||Independent||Mathematics||Study the Collatz conjecture, an unsolved conjecture in mathematics|
|Cosmology@Home||5||2007-06-26||Windows, Linux, MacOS, Android||No||Yes, Both||Institut d'Astrophysique de Paris||Astronomy||Listen||Find the most accurate models that best describe the universe|
|DENIS@home||3||2015-03-16||Windows, Linux, ARM, MacOS||No||No||Universidad San Jorge, Zaragoza, Spain||Medical physiology||Listen||Cardiac electrophysiological simulations, studying the electrical activity of the heart|
|Einstein@Home||38||2005-02-19||Windows, Linux, ARM, MacOS, Android||GPU CPU||No||view||University of Wisconsin–Milwaukee, Max Planck Institute||Astrophysics||Listen||Search for pulsars using radio signals and gravitational wave data|
|Gaia@home||2019-08-21||Linux||No||No||Astronomical Observatory Institute, Faculty of Physics, Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznań||Astronomy||Provide additional computing power to scientists studying the Gaia (spacecraft) data releases.|
|Gerasim@home||8||2007-02-10||Windows, Linux||GPU CPU||No||view||Southwest State University (Russia)||Multiple applications||Listen||Research in discrete mathematics and logic control systems|
|PS3GRID became GPUGRID||50||2007-12-05||Windows, Linux||NVIDIA GPU only||No||Barcelona Biomedical Research Park||Molecular biology||Perform full-atom molecular simulations of proteins on Nvidia GPUs for biomedical research|
|iThena.Computational||2021-10-31||Windows, Linux||No||No||Cyber-Complex Foundation||Computer science||See below||A computational platform for analysis based on data extracted from iThena.Measurements project applications/sensors|
|iThena.Measurements||2019-09-25||Windows, Linux, ARM||No||No||Cyber-Complex Foundation||Computer science||Listen||Generate a dynamic topological model of the Internet, based on measurements from distributed devices|
|LHC@home||66||2004-01-09||Windows, Linux, ARM, MacOS, Free BSD, Android||No||Yes, Both||view||CERN||Physics||Listen||Helping physicists compare theory with experiment, in the search for new fundamental particles and answers to questions about the Universe|
|LHCathome-dev||2014-08-01||Windows, Linux, ARM, MacOS, Free BSD, Android||No||Yes, Both||CERN||Software testing||Test project for LHC@home|
|LODA||2022–05-13||Windows, Linux, ARM, MacOS||No||No||Independent||Mathematics||Listen||Finds new formulas and more efficient algorithms for a wide range of non-trivial integer sequences|
|MilkyWay@home||25||2007-07-07||Windows, Linux, MacOS||No||No||Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute||Astronomy||Listen||Create a highly accurate three-dimensional model of the Milky Way galaxy using data collected from the Sloan Digital Sky Survey|
|Minecraft@Home||2020-06-24||Windows, Linux, ARM||GPU CPU||No||Independent||Games||Listen||Studies questions related to Minecraft, such as the properties of worlds that can be generated from different random seeds.|
|Moo! Wrapper||2011-02-05||Windows, Linux, ARM, MacOS||GPU CPU||No||Independent||Cryptography||Watch||Combines BOINC with distributed.net to try to break the RC5 cipher|
|nanoHUB@Home||2012-07-26||Windows, Linux, MacOS||No||Vbox only||Purdue University||Nanotechnology||Listen||Research in nanoscience and nanotechnology|
|NFS@Home||2009-09-05||Windows, Linux, MacOS, Free BSD||No||No||California State University, Fullerton||Integer factorization||Performs parts of the number field sieve in the factorization of large integers|
|NumberFields@Home||2||2011-08-12||Windows, Linux, MacOS||GPU CPU||No||Arizona State University's School of Mathematics||Number theory||Listen||Search for number fields with special properties to assist with the formulation of mathematical conjectures|
|ODLK||2017-04-06||Windows, Linux, MacOS, Free BSD||No||No||Independent||Mathematics||Compiles a database of canonical forms (CF) of 10th order diagonal Latin squares (DLS) with orthogonal diagonal Latin squares (ODLS)|
|ODLK1||2017-10–22||Windows, Linux, Free BSD||No||No||Independent||Mathematics||Generates a database of canonical forms (CF) of diagonal Latin squares (DLS) of order 10 having orthogonal diagonal Latin squares (ODLS)|
|Parlea||2022-12||Windows, Android||No||No||Mathematics||Investigate the efficiency and behavior of mobile devices as computing nodes on the BOINC platform for solving the Orthogonal Diagonal Latin Squares (ODLS) search problem|
|PrimeGrid||3||2005-06-12||Windows, Linux, MacOS||GPU CPU||No||view||Independent||Mathematics||Search for world record sized prime numbers, search for particular types of primes such as 321 primes, Cullen-Woodall primes, Proth prime, prime Sierpinski numbers, and Sophie Germain primes. Subprojects also include Seventeen or Bust, and the Riesel problem.|
|PrimeGrid dev||2007-06-06||Windows, Linux, MacOS||GPU CPU||No||Independent||Software testing||Test project for PrimeGrid|
|PRIVATE GFN SERVER||2016-04-20||Windows, Linux||GPU CPU||No||Independent||Mathematics||This is a PRIVATE SERVER to coordinate distribution of mathematical work on GFN. The server is open for everybody, but some BOINC experience is recommended.|
|Radioactive@home||2011-10-21||Windows, Linux||No||No||Independent||Physics||Listen||Real-time radiation monitoring, detected by gamma sensors connected to volunteer computers|
|Rakesearch||2017-08-11||Windows, Linux||No||No||Independent||Mathematics||Listen||Implement an application that picks up separate pairs of mutually orthogonal DLSs, which allows reconstructing the full graphs of their orthogonality|
|RALPH@home||2006-02-15||Windows, Linux, ARM, macOS, Android||No||Yes, Both||view||University of Washington||Software testing||Test project for Rosetta@home|
|Ramanujan Machine||2021-10-14||Windows, Linux||No||No||Independent||Mathematics||Listen||Conjecturing new mathematical formulas|
|RNA World (beta)||5||2009-05-21||Windows, Linux, MacOS||No||Vbox only||view||Independent research group in Marburg, Germany||Molecular biology||Listen||Uses bioinformatics software to study RNA structure|
|Rosetta@home||180||2005-10-06||Windows, Linux, ARM, macOS, Android||No||Yes, Both||view||University of Washington||Molecular biology||Listen||Protein structure prediction for disease research|
|SiDock@home||2020-12-19||Windows, Linux+OpenWrt, ARM, macOS||No||No||Russian Academy of Sciences||Molecular biology||Independent decentralized drug design by volunteer computing.|
|SRBase||2013-01-02||Windows, Linux, MacOS||GPU CPU||No||Independent||Mathematics||Trying to solve Sierpinski / Riesel Bases up to 1030|
|TN-Grid||5||2014-05-01||Windows, Linux, ARM, macOS||No||No||Research Area of Trento of the National Research Council of Italy, University of Trento||Genetics||Listen||Gene@home is a scientific project belonging to the infrastructure TrentoGrid. It aims to expand networks of genes|
|Universe@Home||13||2015-02-19||Windows, Linux, ARM, macOS||No||No||Nicolaus Copernicus Astronomical Center of the Polish Academy of Sciences||Astronomy||Computational astrophysics, computer simulation of stars, galaxies and the Universe|
|Windows, Linux, macOS||No||Yes, Both||uspex-team.org||Research in the field of computational materials design|
|WEP-M+2 Project||2006-05-12||Linux, macOS||No||No||London, England, United Kingdom||Mathematics||Watch||Factorization of Mersenne+2 numbers|
|World Community Grid||71||2004-11-16||Windows, Linux, ARM, macOS, Android||GPU CPU||No||view||Krembil Research Institute||Multiple applications||Disease research, various worldwide humanitarian problems. Subprojects include(d) GO Fight Against Malaria, Drug Search for Leishmaniasis, Computing for Clean Water, Clean Energy Project, Discovering Dengue Drugs - Together, Help Cure Muscular Dystrophy, Help Fight Childhood Cancer, Help Conquer Cancer, Mapping Cancer Markers, Human Proteome Folding Project, FightAIDS@Home, Uncovering Genome Mysteries, Let's outsmart Ebola together, Help Stop TB, OpenZika, Smash Childhood Cancer, Open Pandemics - COVID-19.|
|WUProp@Home||2010-03-27||Windows, Linux, ARM, MacOS, Android||No||No||Independent||Statistics||Collect various statistics about other BOINC projects|
|YAFU||2011-09-01||Windows, Linux||No||No||view||Independent||Software testing, Mathematics||Test BOINC server software, integer factorization|
|yoyo@home||11||2007-07-19||Windows, Linux, ARM, macOS||No||No||view||Independent||Mathematics, physics, evolution||Data structure analysis to help prove a conjecture, elliptic curve factorization, pion creation in a particle accelerator, evolution research, find the shortest optimal Golomb ruler of length 28|
4 Private BOINC Projects[edit | edit source]
|Project Name||Launched||Screen saver||Sponsor||Category||BOINC Radio||Research Focus|
|BOINC Alpha Test||2004-02-16||view||University of California, Berkeley||Software testing||BOINC Alpha Test allows volunteers to test new versions of BOINC client software on a wide range of computers, thereby increasing the stability and reliability of the software versions released to the public|
|Distributed Data and Media Processing||2018||Independent||Data processing||A private data processing project where tasks like data compression and audio encoding are performed. The idea is to do data tasks in the background and in a distributed fashion|
|iedera||Independent||Botany||A program to select and design subset seed and vectorized subset seed patterns|
255 Completed BOINC Projects[edit | edit source]
|Operating System||GPU App||Vbox||Screen saver||Sponsor||Category||BOINC Radio||Research Focus|
|SETI@home||12||1999-05||Windows, Linux, MacOS, Solaris, Other||GPU CPU||view and view||University of California, Berkeley||Astronomy||Part 1 of three and Part 2||In 1995, David Gedye proposed doing radio SETI using a virtual supercomputer composed of large numbers of Internet-connected computers, and he organized the SETI@home project to explore this. The search for extraterrestrial life by analyzing radio frequencies emanating from space.|
|SETI@home Beta||2006-01-12||Windows, Linux, MacOS, Solaris, Other||GPU CPU||view||University of California, Berkeley||Software testing||Part 3||Test project for SETI@home|
|Predictor@home||5||2004-05-04||WinXP-98, Linux, MacOS X (Not Intel)||The Scripps Research Institute||A world-community experiment and effort to use distributed world-wide-web volunteer resources to assemble a supercomputer able to predict protein structure from protein sequence. Our work is aimed at testing and evaluating new algorithms and methods of protein structure prediction in the context of the Sixth Biannual CASP (Critical Assessment of Techniques for Protein Structure Prediction) experiment.|
|ALife@Home||2004-07-19||WinXP-98||Artificial intelligence||Watch||An effort to conduct scientific experiments regarding neural networks and evolution on the computers of volunteers|
|Windows, Linux, MacOS||view||Vassar College
|Software testing||Watch||Pirates@Home Mission 1 helped to develop the Einstein@Home screensaver
Pirates@Home tested BOINC's forum software for possible use by Interactions in Understanding the Universe
Primates@Home tested the reaction of Pirates@Home users to a disturbance in their accustomed environment
|translator@home||2005-03-23||translator@home was in the process of creating new software linked to BOINC but never developed|
|Break the Forum!||2005||Software testing||Test BOINC forum software|
|dIST||2005||A Cape4 project|
|cape4||Another Cape4 project|
|BOINC GAMESS||2005||Independent||Project never overcame Warning: mysql_pconnect(): Can't connect to local MySQL server through socket|
|BIFI@home||No||Solve calculations that contribute to the research carried out at the Institute of Biocomputing and Physics of Complex Systems at the University of Zaragoza (BIFI)|
|IMP||2005||The IMP Team||Software testing||Internet Movie Project. Test Project copyright © 2005 The IMP Team|
|LHC@home Alpha||2005||WinXP-98, Linux||Software testing||Test Project for LHC@home|
|HashClash||11||2005-11-24||WinXP-98, Linux||Using techniques from the attack from Wang et al., we are trying to find collisions which are more flexible. More concretely, we will allow the first blocks of two messages to be chosen at will. This attack is in ongoing research, however it is already clear that it requires large scale computational power. Therefore, project HashClash was started.|
|TANPAKU||2||2005-08-02||WinXP, Linux||Tokyo University of Science||Analyzed protein structure prediction|
|The Lattice Project-original||16||2006||WinXP-98||University of Maryland, College Park||The Cummings Laboratory is using gsi to assess the performance of the statistic in a variety of situations.
Maile Neel and Joanna Grand are using Marxan to quantify the effects of poor and incomplete data on the ability to capture biological diversity in nature reserves.
The Laboratory of David Fushman is running protein:protein docking algorithms on Lattice. When driven by experimentally derived constraints, these will help in modeling the structures of large multi-subunit proteins, and the interactions of such proteins with various ligands. CNS is the featured Grid service in this project.
Floyd Reed and Holly Mortensen from the Laboratory of Sarah Tishkoff have run a number of MDIV and IM simulations through The Lattice Project. These are studies in molecular population genetics that seek to use DNA sequence polymorphism to estimate the times of divergence and migration rates among ethnically diverse human populations in Africa.
|Docking@Home-utep||No||University of Texas at El Paso||The goals of the project are to explore the multi-scale nature of algorithmic adaptations in protein-ligand docking and to develop cyber infrastructures based on computational methods and models that efficiently accommodate these adaptations|
|ntbz Test Project||Software testing|
|Renderfarm||2006-08-10||WinXP-98, Linux||Another URL for the project: http://renderfarm.povaddict.com.ar/|
|Distributed Rainbow Table Generator||2006||WinXP-98, Linux||The Minouche Research Laboratories||The Distributed Rainbow Table Generator project of The Minouche Research Laboratories; a community project dedicated to large scale distributed calculation of huge Rainbow Tables. We have developed an advanced method to rapidly calculate even the biggest tables.|
|Belgian Beer@Home||2006-12-08||WinXP-98, Linux||BOINC.BE||An effort of people from the BOINC.BE team.|
|Enigma@Home||2||2007-08-24||An attempt to break 3 original Enigma messages that were intercepted in 1942|
|Internet Movie Project||2007-07-15||Windows, Linux, MacOS||Software testing||Setting up a renderfarm to power the Internet Movie Project. Note that this project will never export credit stats.|
|Zivis Superordenador Ciudadano||2007||WinXP, Linux||Software testing|
|Zebra RSA Brutforce||2007||WinXP-98||Darkscout - a Computer Science student.||The Project originates from an idea in a forum. An attempt to break the RSA-key for the checksum of RSA-Smart card by Brute-force search|
|Sudoku project||2007-08-27||Graz, University of Technology||Uses Internet-connected computers to search for the smallest possible start configuration of Sudoku.|
|Eternity2.net||2007||Dave Clark,Auckland||A project to try to solve the Eternity II puzzle™|
|ROC||University of California, Berkeley|
|Project Neuron||2007-11-25||WinXP-98, Linux||Independent||Provide a trial BOINC environment in which a set of dummy applications will run. The purpose of this being to record, observe and understand BOINC activity and data with a view to developing metrics that will establish or otherwise the quality/reliability/dependability of particular BOINC projects. A central reference point will be developed and updated automatically to which users can refer. User feedback may also be permitted at this reference point.|
|SciLINC||2007-03-22||WinXP-98||Missouri Botanical Garden||Increase public access to nationally significant scientific literature.
Enhance the usefulness of digitized materials by creating a Web repository of scanned literature, keywords, and online resources with tools for searching and analysis. Create an educational tool for learning about plant life. Provide a model for adopting public-resource computing applications within the library community.
|pPot Tables||2008||Independent||computing relative hand strength and 1-card lookahead positive potential for all possible flop, turn and hole card combinations for 2 to 10 players in Texas hold 'em|
|Malariacontrol.net||25||2006-03-01||WinXP-98, Linux||view||A project with an application that makes use of network computing for stochastic modelling of the clinical epidemiology and natural history of Plasmodium falciparum malaria|
|proteins@home||4||2006-09-15||WinXP||view||A large-scale Protein structure prediction project to contribute to a better understanding of many diseases and pathologies, and to progress in both Medicine and Technology|
|DepSpid||2007||WinXP-98||Every DepSpid task is processed in two phases:
Networking phase (Phase One)
During this non-cpu intensive phase the DepSpid spider will scan a set of web pages and store the results in a temporary database for later processing during Phase Two.
A DepSpid task consists of multiple jobs. The exact number of jobs per task may vary but usually will be between 10 and 50. A job normally is a domain, subdomain or a directory under a domain. During Phase One the DepSpid spider cycles through the jobs of a task to limit the load it makes on the visited servers.
Every job will start downloading the main page of the domain/subdomain and the corresponding robots.txt (if available). The downloaded page will then be scanned for links (and some other parts). Each of this links will be validated with a HTTP HEAD request. The dependency between the page and its links will be stored into a temporary database. The spider will follow each link that belongs to the domain where it started and will these pages like the main page if they are not excluded by the robots.txt. Links that would leave the original domain will be marked as external links and will not be processed further by this job.
A job will end when there is no more link to visit or when one of the predefined limits is reached. Current limits are the level (deepness), the number of visited links and the amount of bytes transferred.
Phase One is non-cpuintensive but will use more or less of your network bandwidth. If the internet connection is closed the network phase will be suspended until the internet connection is available again. Normally, Phase One will take only a few seconds or minutes for each job but may run over a few hours or days depending on the speed of your internet connection and the response times of the visited server.
Computational phase (Phase Two)
This phase doesn't require an internet connection but will use more cpu time. As BOINC doesn't allow switching between non-cpuintensive phases and normal processing phases, this phase will be processed as it would be non-cpuintensive. This means that it will run permanently and not toggle as normal BOINC projects would do. However, DepSpid will respect your ressource share settings. It calculates the relation between the cpu time and the wall clock time and will fall into sleep if the value is higher than the preferred ressource share.
Please note: Respecting your ressource share only works this way with BOINC version 5.5.6 and higher. Older clients will be able to participate until one of the new client versions leaves the development state but will use a fixed resource share which may be far away from your true settings.
Phase Two uses the data collected during Phase One and calculates the dependencies between all pages..
After all dependencies have been calculated, the dependencies to external links that meet a predefined threshold will be reported to the project server and merged into its main database.
|Traveling Salesman Problem (TSP)||2007||WinXP, Linux||The Travelling salesman problem (TSP); for a given set of cites, visit each city once (once and only once) and minimize the distance you travel. This deceptively simple problem is trivial given a small set of cities, however, as you add more cities the number of possible paths goes through the roof.|
|XtremLab||2005||WinXP, Linux||Measuring the free resources available on personal computers involved in large-scale distributed computing|
|BBC Climate Change Experiment||WinXP, Linux|
|3x+1@home||2008-02-18||A non-profit project trying to find high 3x+1 conjecture stopping times. The 3x+1 conjecture is also known as Collatz conjecture|
|Uppercase Application||2008||XXX is a research project that uses Internet-connected computers to do research in XXX|
|Russian Desktop Grid||2009||XXX is a research project that uses Internet-connected computers to do research in XXX|
|Virus Respiratorio Sincitial (VRS)||1||2010||VRS (from the Spanish Virus Respiratorio Sincitial) is a BOINC-based project which main aim is to simulate the behaviour of the human Respiratory Syncytial Virus (RSV)|
|Cels@Home [Second] Test Project||Research in Cell adhesion|
|Test Setup Project||Vanderbilt||XXX is a research project that uses Internet-connected computers to do research in XXX|
|NCSSM Grid Computing Project||2007-04-04|
|RND@home||2007||WinXP, Linux||Radio Network Design (RND) is a telecommunication problem which consists in covering a geographic area with radio signal using the fewer number of transmitters that cover the maximum area. PBIL (Population-Based Incremental Learning) algorithm is used here, and we hope to get good results with it. PBIL is based on genetic algorithms and competitive learning (typical in neural networks).|
|EDGeS Local Test||2007||XXX is a research project that uses Internet-connected computers to do research in XXX|
|NanoHive@Home||1||WinXP||Nanorex, Inc.||NanoHive-1 is a modular simulator used for modeling the physical world at a nanometer scale. The intended purpose of the simulator is to act as a tool for the study, experimentation, and development of nanotech entities.|
|SHA 1 Collision Search Graz||2007-08-08||WinXP-98, Linux||Graz University of Technology||A research project that uses Internet-connected computers to do research in cryptanalysis|
|Project Sudoku||2007-08-27||WinXP-98, Linux, MacOS||Graz University of Technology||A research project that uses Internet-connected computers to search for the smallest possible start configuration of Sudoku|
|APS@Home||2007-08-30||WinXP-98, Linux||University of Manchester||The effects that atmospheric dispersion has on the measurements used in climate prediction|
|Reversi||2008-05-16||Independent||Determine who wins in Reversi game - first player, second player or if the game is tied|
|Ramsey@Home||2008-06-14||Nick Peterson||A volunteer computing project designed to find new lower bounds for various Ramsey numbers using a host of different techniques. It was inspired by the research of Dr. David Furcy, Dr. Thomas Naps, Dr. Linda Eroh, and Nick Peterson during the 2008 spring and summer semester at the University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh.|
|EAPS@HOME||2008||A research project that uses Internet-connected computers to do research in Artificial Intelligence|
|A research project that uses Internet-connected computers to do research in Computational Structural Biochemistry.
Research in our laboratory seeks to fuse computational and experimental efforts to investigate proteins, the fundamental molecules of biology, and their interactions with small molecule substrates, therapeutics, or probes.
|Genetic Life||2008-06-18||A not-for-profit research project that uses Internet-connected computers to do research into Genetic Algorithms|
|African Grid Lab ALPHA||2008-10-05||An incubation laboratory environment for African based BOINC projects|
|BRaTS@Home||2||2007-06-05||WinXP-98, Linux, MacOS||BRaTS@Home is a research project that uses Internet-connected computers to do various calculations in Gravitational Ray Tracing. BRaTS stands for BRaTS Ray Trace Simulator.|
|Artificial Intelligence System||2007-09-05||The neural network simulator is an application that simulates neurons. Each downloaded work unit generates 500,000 biophysical neurons.|
|DynaPing||2009||Ensure highest availability of your web services. DynaPing uses computers around the world to monitor your web service availability and alerts you of any downtime.
We provide uptime and response time reports and warn you through email and text messages when there is a problem with your website. Our checks are done utilizing the power and infrastructure of the BOINC distributed computing network. This means that your website can be checked from any geographical location of the world. We're not limited to a few datacenter locations!
|NQueens@Home||2007-08-10||Windows||University of Concepción||This project uses Internet-connected computers to solve the N Queens problem|
|Ibercivis||17||2007-11||view||Ibercivis is a research project that uses Internet-connected computers to do research in physics, material science and biomedicines and is based at several institutes and universities; Zaragoza, CETA-CIEMAT, CSIC, Coimbra|
|Ibercivis BOINC||2020-10||The Biophym Group of the CSIC Institute for the Structure of Matter has proposed to carry out simulations of the interaction of drugs used against Ebola, HIV infection, influenza or hepatitis B with the genome replication machinery of the SARS-Co-V virus|
|DECS||2007-10-05||The Generic Distributed Exact Cover Solver (DECS) project uses Internet-connected computers to solve exact cover problems. Exact cover is a general type of problem which can be used to solve problems including, but not limited to, n-queens, Latin Square puzzles, Sudoku, polyomino tiling, set packing and set partitioning. A modified version of Donald Knuth's Dancing Links algorithm is used.|
|LHC Atlas Test||2007-08-14||Test project for LHC@home|
|cplan||2007||Was being used to test account creation. You can delete an account by logging in to it, then visiting http://isaac.ssl.berkeley.edu/cplan/delete_account.php|
|Test Project Christian Beer||2007||Software testing|
|MAPtheGAP||No||Eliminating racial disparities in health|
|DNA@Home||2||2010-04-14||The new versions allow for different motif types which basically different models for how a binding site could look like. One is palindromic, where the nucleotides in the beginning of the model have their complement at the end of the model, so for example: ATACGCGTAT is palindromic (in DNA, A binds to T, and C binds to G). One reason for using this model is a palindromic binding site could be attached to by a protein from either direction and from either side of the DNA.
The other model type is reverse complement, which doesn't assume the model to be palindromic, but looks for either the forward version of the model or the reverse version of the model (so in fact it's really looking for two models), for example: AAAATTTCCG CGGAAATTTT are the reverse complement of each other.
|3g Bridge Project||2009||XXX is a research project that uses Internet-connected computers to do research in XXX. You can participate by downloading and running a free program on your computer.|
|LHC@Home Experimental||2007||Software testing||For internal testing only; any workunits issued are for testing and do not yet have any scientific value. Please remain attached to the official LHC@Home server!|
|UCT:malariacontrol.net||2008-03-31||Software testing||A test project in collaboration with MalariaControl.net in Switzerland that aims to test the correct operation of our server for future BOINC-based projects. MalariaControl.net is an application that makes use of network computing for stochastic modelling of the clinical epidemiology and natural history of Plasmodium falciparum malaria.|
|Rectilinear Crossing Number||2006-06-30||WinXP, Linux||view||Use sophisticated mathematical methods (abstract extension of order types) to determine the rectilinear crossing number for small values of n. So far we have been successful for n <= 17. From very recent (not even published yet) mathematical considerations the rectilinear crossing numbers for n=19 and n=21 are also known. So the most tantalizing problem now is to determine the true value for n=18, which is the main focus of this project.
An updated list for the best point sets known so far can be found at http://www.ist.tugraz.at/staff/aichholzer/crossings.html.
|VTU@home, VGTU@home||2||2006-04-13||WinXP, Linux||Vilnius Gediminas Technical University||The aim of this project is to provide a powerful distributed computing platform for scientists of Vilnius Gediminas Technical University (VGTU) as well as others Lithuanian academic institutions. The project is being run by a group of scientists from VGTU
Our goal is to persuade scientists to use this kind of computations in their research and to assist them in preparing BOINC applications. We hope that scientific applications from various fields will be attractive to many current and future BOINC community volunteers and this will allow us to accumulate enough computing resources to achieve significant (unachievable otherwise) results.
|μFluids||3||2005-09-19||WinXP-98||Study fluid behavior in microgravity to design satellite propellant management devices|
|Evo@home||2010-11-22||University of Liège||A research project that uses Internet-connected computers to do research in Machine Learning. This project uses Evolutionary Algorithms to optimize the parameters of different kind of machine learning algorithms.
Currently the project is used to tune the parameters of a learner used for the prediction of the three-dimensional structure of a protein from its sequence of amino acid residues.
|Czech National Team project||Czech National Team||Software testing||A test project for our new BOINC server helping us to find and fix some bugs and create a new project which is being prepared|
|SHETI||2009-01-08||Sheti is a research project that uses Internet-connected computers to solve the 131-bit Certicom ECC Challenge.|
|Mothership@Home||2008||Mothership@Home is dedicated in loving memory of my mother Patricia Horner (1942-1987), my husband Joshua Resnick (1965-1999) and all others who have passed away prematurely due to medical conditions. May the convergence of e-citizen researchers and medical informatics benefit those who remain.
- Melissa Resnick, 2008
|Monte Carlo Pi||2008||George Fox University||XXX is a research project that uses Internet-connected computers to do research in XXX|
|FPGA@Home||No||This is an open collaboration for porting Berkeley Open Infrastructure for Network Computing (BOINC) based volunteer computing projects on Field Programmable Gate Arrays (FPGAs)|
|UTP Desktop Grid||Universiti Teknologi Petronas||The mission of the HPC Service Center is to develop, promote and facilitate the use of HPC environments in Universiti Teknologi PETRONAS (UTP) to address problems in the engineering and physical sciences fields.
The objectives are to:
UTP Desktop Grid (UTPDG) is a research project that uses Internet-connected computers to do research in various areas of parallel computational problems.
|FightMalaria@Home||2012-07-20||Dr Anthony Chubb||Perform docking simulations on malaria proteins|
|V-BOINC||The VBOINC project is the first attempt to use virtual machines with BOINC
VBOINC is located at http://garymcgilvary.co.uk/vboinc.html
OProject@Home based at Olin Library (Rollins College). The library is open and available in the Code.google.com SVN repository.
|Climate@Home||George Mason University, NASA||Research for spatiotemporal computing and climate predictions. Aimed to use Cloud Computing, Volunteer Computing and Spatiotemporal technologies to provide a stable system for scientists to deploy, validate and run their models.|
|BigData@home||Windows, Linux||Crawl Internet New Media Information|
|view||Stanford University, then University of Southern California||Research, education, and outreach in seismology|
|Quake-Catcher Network EMSC / CSEM||view||Research, education, and outreach in seismology|
|Surveill@home||University of Coimbra||Conduct end-to-end fine-grained monitoring of web sites.
The aim of the project is to deploy a large infrastructure to support thousands of probes monitoring the Internet. Each probe repeatedly performs a pre-defined set of web transactions on web-sites, accessing each site about 4 times per hour. The proposed approach allows us to obtain important results on end-user visible failures and performance statics, from several thousands view points spread throughout the Internet.
|Chess960athome||2006-03-20||Chess960 is a young innovative chess variant. In Chess960, just before the start of every game, the initial configuration of the chess pieces is determined randomly, that means that the king, the queen, the rook, the bishop and the knight are not necessarily placed on the same home squares as in classical chess. Since a few years there are World Championships taking place in "Chess Classic Mainz" event in August every year. GM Peter Svidler is the current Champion. In this project we try to combine Chess960 and the idea of distributed computing. With the BOINC software framework from the University of Berkeley exists a platform we want to use in this project to perform these computing intensive tasks. With it we want to give this chess variant some basics in theory of this game. We know the fascination of this chess variant is the incredible amount of variations. That will not change with this project but some guidelines seems to be useful in each starting position.|
|FreeHAL||Tobias Schulz Powered by SETI.Germany and Planet 3DNow!||FreeHAL@home is a research project that uses Internet-connected computers to parse and convert big open source semantic nets for use in FreeHAL.|
|Goldbach's Conjecture Project||2009-07-23||Windows, Linux||Effectively proving Goldbach's weak conjecture|
|physics@home||2013-02-16||Vasyl Kuzmenko||Research in Solid-state physics, Materials science, Optics and Chemistry|
|UH Second Computing||University of Houston College of Technology||We are in the process to simulate macromolecular interactions in a living cell. Using multi-scaled models we are assessing meaningful biopolymer dynamics that spans several orders of magnitude in time and space.|
|DistrRTgen||By distributing the generation of rainbow chains, we can generate HUGE rainbow tables that are able to crack longer passwords than ever seen before.
Furthermore, we are also improving the rainbow table technology, making them even smaller and faster than rainbow tables found elsewhere, and the best thing is, those tables are freely available to download here
|Picevolvr||2010||Michael Cullen||Uses Internet-connected computers to generate artwork completely automatically|
|QuantumFIRE alpha||2010||University of Cambridge||Quantum foundations and Solid-state physics research|
|Replace With Project Name||2013||http://boinctest.codeq.pl/boinctest/|
|Plagiarism@Home||2013||Krzysztof Piszczek||Search given text for potential plagiarism in Internet resources.|
|Chess@Home||2014-01-05||Michal Stanislaw Wojcik||Construct a chess wining position classifier (or score estimator) based on some simple features (e.g. the number of pieces of each kind, number of squares controlled by given side, numbers of checks that you can give in a position and so on) The first goal of the project is to establish how far we can get with relatively cheap methods of position evaluation and simple data mining methods (e.g. logistic regression, k-nearest neighbors, SVM, decision trees). The second goal is to use more advance machine learning techniques for recognition of winning position to emulate human behaviour of various levels of chess proficiency.|
|computers-chess||2013||XXX is a research project that uses Internet-connected computers to do research in XXX.|
|The Clean Energy Project||Harvard University||Merged into World Community Grid|
|Universe@Home test project||University of Warsaw||Test project for Universe@Home|
|eOn2||5||A common problem in theoretical chemistry, condensed matter physics and materials science is the calculation of the time evolution of an atomic scale system where, for example, chemical reactions and/or diffusion occur. Generally the events of interest are quite rare (many orders of magnitude slower than the vibrational movements of the atoms), and therefore direct simulations, tracking every movement of the atoms, would take thousands of years of computer calculations on the fastest present day computer before a single event of interest can be expected to occur, hence the name eon, which is an indefinitely long period of time.
Our research group is interested in calculating the long time dynamics of systems.
|SimOne@home||1||The project focuses on the osmoprotection phenomenon. In nature there are small molecules that are able to protect proteins, for example by thermal stress. Thanks to these molecules in nature we can find plants able to survive without water, or bacteria able to survive in extreme environmental conditions. And how is this possible? Answering this question could have a major impact in agriculture, e.g. developing plants that require less water intake. The project uses the most advanced modeling techniques to study, at molecular level, the action of osmoprotectants.|
|WinXP-98, Linux, MacOS X/Intel||view||University of Delaware||Perform scientific calculations that aid in the creation of new and improved medicines to help cure diseases such as HIV|
|vLHCathome||2011||This is a project that utilizes the CERN-developed CernVM virtual machine and the BOINC virtualization layer to harness volunteer cloud computing power for full-fledged LHC event physics simulation on volunteer computers.
The theory simulations that have been running as Test4Theory since 2011, were the first of a series of physics applications running on the LHC@home platform. Soon the theory simulations will be followed by more simulations from the LHC experiment collaborations. These applications exploit virtual machine technology, enabling volunteers to contribute to the huge computational task of searching for new fundamental particles and physics at CERN's LHC.
|Ideologias@Home||Study how people in a certain region evolve ideologically over time with respect to an idea|
|alfa_puente||2012||XXX is a research project that uses Internet-connected computers to do research in XXX|
|DG@Putra||2012-02-23||Universiti Putra Malaysia||Putra Desktop Grid is UPM implementation of DesktopGrid network, consist of computers at lab and local volunteer. The project is fully supported by the International Desktop Grid Federation (IDGF).|
|QCN Continual Sensor Monitoring||2012-04-18||view||Research, education, and outreach in seismology|
|QCN Taiwan||2012-04-16||view||Research, education, and outreach in seismology|
|QCN Red Atrapa Sismos||view||Research, education, and outreach in seismology|
|Web2Grid Development||2012||XXX is a research project that uses Internet-connected computers to do research in XXX|
|Replace With Project Name||http://boinc.rm-hs.de/test/|
|NanoModeling@home||2012-05-03||For designing nanostructures and nanorobots. Our goal is molecular modeling of targeted drug delivery systems, nanorobots and related nanostructures.|
|CERNVM/Vboxwrapper Test Project||XXX is a research project that uses Internet-connected computers to do research in XXX|
|Attic Proxy Project||XXX is a research project that uses Internet-connected computers to do research in XXX|
|PUCBi Desktop Grid||2015||Perdana University Centre for Bioinformatics (PU-CBi)||Provide education and training to support the development and continuity of in-house programmes, in particular to advance the translational bioinformatics skills of the next generation doctors and clinician scientists being trained at the two medical schools of Perdana University|
|nanosurf||201606-16||Oleg Schevchenko||Researching surface physics. In particular, the development of optical devices. Theoretical modeling of surface quantum dots makes it possible to provide recommendations to a group of experimenters. Calculations are performed by the developed modeling program. Within the framework of the model, the solid body is modeled by the most accurate methods of quantum mechanics - the Schrödinger equations. However, this approach requires significant numerical resources.|
|AndersonAttack@home||1||2017||Yes||Matrosov Institute for System Dynamics and Control Theory||Implement Anderson's attack on A5/1 GSM stream cipher. The attack's idea was described in the early 90's in a mailing group. As we know, it was never implemented in practice before. Anderson's attack belongs to a class of brute-force attacks, so given enough time it extracts a secret key with 100% probability, in contrast to the most popular rainbow tables attack on A5/1, that have success probability around 90%|
|Stop@home||2017-09-17||256Ghz||Today we can`t imagine our life without internet and its services like social networks, voice and video services, libraries of pictures etc. That`s all inheritance of eternal question which mankind ask himself everyday - "Why ?". Thirst for knowledge, evolution and progress brought us all this achievenments and many other useful things. Our team also must be at the front line of science life.
And for that we want use our brains for creative tasks and for tediously works great creature - distributed supercomputer which consists from our and your different devices like phones, computers, servers, x-boxes, playstations connected by BOINC platform through the internet.
This supercomputer can reduce time of solving task in thousands times because together devices can generate huge calculating power. And today we try solve simple mathematical task, but it need much CPU time. With current algorithm it need about 12.000 years of one core at 4Ghz. While we search answers we learn some languages like English, C++, CUDA and OpenCL. Also pumping our brains (looking for NZT), optimize algorithms in our programs and preparing to solve important tasks for humanity.
|Riojascience@home||Knet Communications and the University of La Rioja||A platform for biomedical research|
|Bitcoin Utopia||2013-06-05||Mine cryptocurrencies for incentive awards and science projects|
|Drug@Home||School of Pharmacy, Ecust China University of Science & Technology||This study applied an efficient virtual screening strategy integrating molecular docking with MM-GBSA rescoring to identify diverse human dihydroorotate dehydrogenase (hDHODH) inhibitors|
|Edges Bridge Production||XXX is a research project that uses Internet-connected computers to do research in XXX|
|RSA Lattice Siever(2.0)||2009-12-24
|Help other factoring projects such as mersenneforum or XYYXf achieve their academic goals. It infamously factored many of the RSA public keys used to sign the firmware of older TI calculators, https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Texas_Instruments_signing_key_controversy, but went on to factor many other, less controversial numbers. Merged into NFS@Home.|
|EDGeS@Home||12||2009-10-28||To support the execution of selected and validated scientific applications developed by the EGEE and EDGeS community|
|Cels@Home||view||Research in cell adhesion. One of the many applications of this is in cancer research, as the point at which cancerous cells quit staying in place, and instead break free to move throughout the body, is a critical event that makes the disease much harder to treat.|
|Beauty@LHC||based at CERN and is a project of the LHCb experiment|
|Putra Desktop Grid||XXX is a research project that uses Internet-connected computers to do research in XXX|
|Virtual Prairie||1||University of Houston||Take into account plant vegetative reproduction e.g. the ability of each perennial grass to colonize space through cloning|
|Najmanovich Research Group||3||Research in molecular recognition and computer-aided drug design|
|Sustainable Grid||2012-01-11||Enterprise Application Development Group at the University of Applied Sciences Zittau/Goerlitz||Bundles hardware resources of the university and provides this computational power to the scientists for their research purposes|
|Ciência Em Sua Casa||Science in Your Home. Search for Wilson prime numbers and DNA sequencing.|
|Donate@Home||Allows participants to donate towards funding by using their GPU to mine for BitCoins|
|Student01||XXX is a research project that uses Internet-connected computers to do research in XXX|
|Student02||XXX is a research project that uses Internet-connected computers to do research in XXX|
|EDGI Demo Project||XXX is a research project that uses Internet-connected computers to do research in XXX|
|AtticFS Proxy Application Project on BOINC||The AtticFS Proxy application acts as a translation layer between HTTP and the AtticFS. This allows BOINC Projects to utilise AtticFS easily.|
|SubsetSum@Home||1||Computer Science Department of the University of North Dakota||See how far we can extend the empirical evidence of the Subset Sum problem. Find better ways to apply volunteer computing to combinatorial problems.|
|distributedDataMining||Research in the various fields of Data Analysis and Machine Learning|
|DNETC@HOME||A wrapper between BOINC and distributed.net|
|SLinCA||SLinCA (Scaling Laws in Cluster Aggregation) is involved with research in field of materials science|
|SZTAKI Desktop Grid Research Facility||WinXP-98, Linux, MacOS X||Hungarian Academy of Sciences||This project is the test & research facility for SZTAKI Desktop Grid|
|Hydrogen@home||WinXP-98, Linux, MacOS X (Not Intel)||Enhance clean energy technology by improving hydrogen production and storage|
|convector@home||Calculate global optimum of 52 bar truss|
|Spinhenge@home||3||WinXP-98||view||Support the research of nano-magnetic molecules. In the future these molecules will be used in the local tumor chemotherapy and to develop tiny memory-modules.|
|Beal@Home||Beal's conjecture is a conjecture in number theory:
where A, B, C, x, y, and z are positive integers with x, y, z > 2, then A, B, and C have a common prime factor.
Billionaire banker Andrew Beal formulated this conjecture in 1993 while investigating generalizations of Fermat's last theorem. It has been claimed that the same conjecture was independently formulated by Robert Tijdeman and Don Zagier, and it has also been referred to as the Tijdeman-Zagier conjecture.
For a proof or counterexample published in a refereed journal, Beal initially offered a prize of US $5,000 in 1997, raising it to $50,000 over ten years, but has since raised it to US $1,000,000
|BealF@Home||Part of the Master Thesis: 'Testing Beal conjecture using supercomputers and distributed computing platform BOINC'.
The predecessor of the project was Beal@Home, which tested the application.
|Superlink@Technion||4||WinXP-98, Linux||Helps geneticists all over the world find disease-provoking genes causing some types of diabetes, hypertension (high blood pressure), cancer, schizophrenia and many others|
|Biochemical Library||2011||Research in Biochemical Library|
|NetMax@home||Research in dynamic routing at telecommunication networks|
|Replace With Project Name||https://web.archive.org/web/20140903030559/http://gilda117.ihep.ac.cn/ATLAS|
|Replace With Project Name||http://isaac.ssl.berkeley.edu/test2/|
|BOINC@Fiit||Slovak University of Technology, Bratislava||TBA|
|Luxrenderfarm@home||Renderfarm for Luxrender.net|
|sudoku@vtaiwan||Develop new techniques and used them to modify the program Checker (written by Gary McGuire)|
|MilestoneRSA||Break a 1024 bit RSA key used by Motorola to sign the boot and recovery partitions on the Motorola Milestone. If this key could be broken, we would be able to sign our own boot/recovery images, which would enable us to run custom kernels and recovery images on the Milestone.|
|ILS-ESP-2014||Research for solving the permutation FLOW-SHOP problem|
|Russian Words Compatibility||Research in russian computational linguistics|
|Neurona@Home||2||Simulating the behavior of a large assembly of cellular automata neurons connected in a complex network|
|OPTIMA@HOME||Solve challenging large-scale optimization problems|
|Correlizer||5||Revealing the mysteries of genome organization|
|Taiwan Desktop Grid||Support the drug discovery, earthquake simulation and climate change applications developing on Asia and also to support the applications developed by IDGF|
|AndrOINC||To break a 1024 bit RSA key used by Motorola to sign the boot and recovery partitions on the Motorola Milestone. If this key could be broken, we would be able to sign our own boot/recovery images, which would enable us to run custom kernels and recovery images on the Milestone.|
|FiND@Home||2012-07-20||Dr Anthony Chubb||A research project that uses donated CPU time to perform docking simulations on malaria proteins|
|Primaboinca||This project concerns itself with two hypotheses in number theory. Both are conjectures for the identification of prime numbers. The first conjecture (Agrawal's Conjecture) was the basis for the formulation of the first deterministic prime test algorithm in polynomial time (AKS algorithm). Hendrik Lenstras and Carl Pomerances heuristic for this conjecture suggests that there must be an infinite number of counterexamples. So far, however, no counterexamples are known. This hypothesis was tested for n < 1010 without having found a counterexample.
The second conjecture (Popovych's conjecture) adds a further condition to Agrawals conjecture and therefore logically strengthens the conjecture. If this hypothesis would be correct, the time of a deterministic prime test could be reduced from O(log N)6 (currently most efficient version of the AKS algorithm) to O(log N)3
|Seasonal Attribution Project||WinXP, Linux||By comparing the results of climate simulations, half of which will include the effects of human-induced climate change, and half of which will not, we will investigate the possible impact of human activity on extreme weather risk|
|Solar@home||Make more efficient solar cells|
|Magnetism@home||Explore the equilibrium, metastable and transient magnetization patterns in nano-scale magnetic elements and their arrays|
|HIAST@HOME||2013||XXX is a research project that uses Internet-connected computers to do research in XXX|
|DNA@Home||2||Discover what regulates the genes in DNA|
|The Lattice Project||16||WinXP, Linux, Mac||University of Maryland||Multiple applications||Run legacy science applications
|POEM@HOME||8||Protein structure prediction has been complemented by other nanoscale molecule simulations. Within the scope of polymer crystallography we are e.g. researching conformations of organic hydro carbonates|
|POEM@TEST||Test project for POEM@HOME|
|Spatiotemporal Quality of Service (QoS)||Perform distributed web service evaluation so that more accurate service quality information can be delivered to end users|
|RieselSieve||WinXP||Mathematics||k+2n-1 problem and eventually merged with PrimeGrid|
|mopac@home||Chemistry||Research in quantum chemistry|
|Wildlife@Home||University of North Dakota||Analyze video gathered from various cameras recording wildlife|
|Volpex@Home||9||University of Houston||Research in creating effective parallel computing on multiple volatile nodes|
|MindModeling@Home (Palm)||University of Dayton Research Institute and Wright State University||Test project for MindModeling@Home|
|MindModeling@Home (Beta)||view||University of Dayton Research Institute and Wright State University||Test project for MindModeling@Home|
|AlmereGrid TestGrid||Test Grid of AlmereGrid|
|AlmereGrid Boinc testGrid||no independent verification that this was a BOINC project|
|DBN Upper Bound||Polymath project related to the theory of the Riemann zeta function|
|ABC@home||1||WinXP-98, Linux||an educational and non-profit volunteer computing project finding abc-triples related to the ABC conjecture|
|ABC@home beta||WinXP-98, Linux||Test project for ABC@home|
|ABC Lattices @Home||Searching for good abc-triples. Unlike ABC@Home, this project is not aiming for a thorough search of a certain range of numbers. Instead, we are trying to find good triples with the help of a specialized algorithm and educated guesses in areas beyond 2^100.|
|CPDN Beta||Test project for Climateprediction.net|
|Atlas@home||A research project that uses volunteer computing to run simulations of the ATLAS experiment at CERN.|
|SIMAP||5||WinXP, Linux, Mac OS, Other||Many computational methods in biology and medicine are based on protein sequence analysis, e.g. to predict the function and structure of genes and proteins. SIMAP facilitates these methods by providing pre-calculated protein similarities and protein domains.|
|Leiden Classical||2||WinXP-98, Linux, MacOS X (Not Intel)||view and view||Dedicated to general Classical Dynamics for any scientist or science student|
|SZTAKI Desktop Grid||5||2005-05-26||WinXP-98, Linux, MacOS X (Not Intel), Solaris||Multiple Applications||The SZTAKI Desktop Grid and its applications are partly supported by the DEGISCO and the EDGI projects. The work leading to these results has received funding from the European Union Seventh Framework Programme (FP7/2007-2013) under grant agreements n° RI-261561 and n° RI-261556. The experts of the International Desktop Grid Federation provide further support for the SZTAKI Desktop Grid infrastructure, its applications, and its integration into the DEGISCO infrastructure.|
|Orbit@home||1||Windows, Linux||Produce an optimized search strategy for dedicated astronomical surveys to search for near-Earth asteroids|
|theSkyNet POGS||3||Research in astronomy. Combine the spectral coverage of GALEX, Pan-STARRS1, and WISE to generate a multi-wavelength UV-optical-NIR galaxy atlas for the nearby Universe. Calculate physical parameters such as: star formation rate, stellar mass of the galaxy, dust attenuation, and total dust mass of a galaxy; on a pixel-by-pixel basis using spectral energy distribution fitting techniques.|
|theSkyNet Sourcefinder||Provide a means to test the effectiveness of various astronomical sourcefinding applications. Sourcefinding applications are designed to process ‘cubes’ of data that contain radio sources and identify the location of the sources within the cube|
|Nickeycat||no independent verification that this was a BOINC project|
|XANSONS for COD||2||Create an open access database of simulated x-ray and neutron powder diffraction patterns for nanocrystalline phase of the materials presented in the Crystallography Open Database (COD)|
|Constellation||Research in various aerospace related sciences and engineering|
|Acoustics@home||2||Matrosov Institute for System Dynamics and Control Theory of SB RAS||Solving inverse problems in underwater acoustics|
|Drug Discovery@home||Model the behavior of leading compounds that could be developed into new medicines|
|SAT@home||8||Solve hard and practically important problems (discrete functions inversion problems, discrete optimization, bioinformatics, etc) that can be effectively reduced to Boolean satisfiability problem|
|Distributed Hardware Evolution Projec||Host an island running a population based metaheuristic stochastic optimisation algorithm in a coevolutionary setting synthesising future super-reliable electronics such as those used in autonomous vehicles, power stations, medical equipment, aerospace|
|QMC@home||7||Windows, Linux||view||Multiple applications||
|Physiome@home||Research in human physiology|
|CAS@home||view||Chinese Academy of Sciences
||The main application is the TreeThreader which predicts protein structure|
|scienterprise||2020||Enterprises own a lot of idle computing resources in their private cloud, while research projects are restricted by limited computing power. In this project, we aim to decrease this imbalance by building CloudTides, which is an elastic platform on idle cloud resources. Enterprises can donate their idle cloud servers, and individual organizations or research groups can make use of these resources.|
|volunteer@home||2021||view||very small test project, no information|
|Brainstorm@home||Investigate the molecular basis of brain-related diseases|
|beef@home||Proof of concept temporary test project|
|Citizen Science Grid||UND's Computational Research Center and Information Technology Systems and Services||Multiple applications||A wide range of research and educational projects using volunteer computing and citizen science
|Kryptos@Home||Solving one of the most famous unsolved puzzles - the three-decade old Kryptos sculpture located on the grounds of the Central Intelligence Agency|
|MindModeling@Home||6||2007-03-17||view||University of Dayton Research Institute and Wright State University||Cognitive science||Computational cognitive process modeling to better understand the human mind|
|Van Der Waerden Numbers||1||2021-02-02||Daniel Monroe||Mathematics||Van Der Waerden Numbers is a research project that uses Internet-connected computers to find better lower bounds for these numbers. Static mirror for this project: https://www.123numbers.org/|
|Big and Ugly Rendering Project (BURP)||2||Windows, Linux, Mac OS||Render animated videos including Big Buck Bunny|
|BOINC Test project||2007-07-24||view||University of California, Berkeley||Software testing||A test project for BOINC development|
|BOINC@TACC||3||Texas Advanced Computing Center||Multiple applications||Aerospace engineering, computational biology, and earthquake engineering|
|BOINC@TACC dev||Texas Advanced Computing Center||Software testing||Test project for BOINC@TACC|
|Windows, Linux, ARM||GPU CPU||No||University of Maryland, Baltimore County||Cognitive science||Listen||Understanding and interpreting complex machine learning models|
|T.Brada Experimental Grid||2019-02-03
|No||No||Independent||Mathematics||The PADLS Total subproject aims to find new pseudo-associative DLS}|
|Windows, Linux, MacOS||No||Vbox only||Université Angers||Molecular Chemistry||Listen||Help chemical researchers around the world by building a unique collection of results and also help our AIs to propose much more new targets for the different applications we are addressing than we could do on our own|