The Berkeley Open Infrastructure for Network Computing, (BOINC), is an open-source middleware system that supports volunteer and
grid computing. Originally developed to support the SETI@home project, it became generalized as a platform for other distributed
applications in areas as diverse as mathematics, linguistics, medicine, molecular biology, climatology, environmental science, and
astrophysics, among others. BOINC aims to enable researchers to tap into the enormous processing resources of multiple personal
computers around the world.
BOINC - https://boinc.berkeley.edu
Folding@home (FAH) is a distributed computing project for disease research that simulates protein folding,
computational drug design, and other types of molecular dynamics. Its main purpose is to determine the mechanisms of
protein folding, which is the process by which proteins reach their final three-dimensional structure, and to
examine the causes of protein misfolding.
FAH - https://foldingathome.org
For 2023 we have decided to mainly concentrate our Compute on the following BOINC Research projects: