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I was a part of the team which set up Einstein@Home. I set up a test project first, which we called Pirates@Home so there would be no mistaking it for Einstein@Home. Pirates@Home has turned out to be useful even after the launch of Einstein@Home as a tool for testing new ideas for the BOINC software, both for the web site and for BOINC applications. Anybody is welcome to join: Pirates@Home.
I'm currently working on another project related to LIGO, called Interactions in Understanding the Universe (I2U2), which was started by the people at Fermilab who created the QuarkNet project, which consists of an array of cosmic ray detectors located at schools around the U.S. and in several other countries. Students manage data acquisition with the detector, then upload the data to a central server, and can then download data from the whole array for use in inquiry-driven investigations called "e-Labs".
For LIGO I am writing software to make it easy for students to access and analyze data from the environmental channels from the LIGO detectors, such as seismometers, weather stations, and magnetometers. The tool I'm writing will also be interfaced to Grid software so that an analysis which would take too much time or memory on our sever can be farmed out to the Grid for processing. This will lead to a LIGO "e-Lab" for I2U2.
Beyond the work on I2U2 I continue to be interested in BOINC in general, and in contributing to developing interesting and hopefully innovative ideas for BOINC.