As well as all of the thousands of papers featuring research powered by the computational power of GridPP and the LHC Computing Grid, many papers have been published about GridPP itself. The following publications provide an overview of GridPP at various points in its history:
- D. Britton and S. L. Lloyd, “How to deal with petabytes of data: the LHC Grid project“, Rep. Prog. Phys. 77 065902 (2014)
- D. Colling et al., “Processing LHC data in the UK“, Phil. Trans. R. Soc. A 371 20120094 (2012)
- D. Britton et al., “GridPP: the UK grid for particle physics“, Phil. Trans. R. Soc. A 367 2447-2457 (2009)
- The GridPP Collaboration, “GridPP: development of the UK computing Grid for particle physics“, J. Phys. G 32 N1-N20 (2006)
Many more can be found in the proceedings of the various International Conference on Computing in High Energy and Nuclear Physics (CHEP) conferences that have been held over the years. CHEP 2015 was held in Okinawa, Japan, while the proceedings of CHEP 2013 in Amsterdam can be found here.
If you have used GridPP resources to carry out your research and are publishing your results in a peer-reviewed journal or conference proceedings, please see the Acknowledging GridPP page for the relevant citation information.