In September 1995, a paper entitled “The PC as Physics Computer for LHC?” paved the way to a new era in high-energy physics computing
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As time moves on and the community gets organised, new computing-related solutions and collaborations unfold to help tackle the COVID-19 pandemic
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The next generation of high-performance computers holds significant promise for both particle physics and astronomy but key challenges remain to be addressed