The LPC center at Fermilab has a prime role to play in the Snowmas given that it is the hub of about 1000 US physicsts collaborating on the CMS experiment at the Large Hadron Collider and playing a key role in physics analysis and discovery process at this experiment. It has vast computing resources and in-house experts on physics, experimentation, simulation and software and computing tools.
The snowmass efforts at LPC represents a collaborative effort carried out by a group of people drawn from CMS and ATLAS experiments as well as theorists. This group has taken lead in a very short time to successfully put together a physics program to drive the future course of US HEP program. With a dedicated team they have been able to collect a huge amount of Monte Carlo data based on simulating the response of a generic detector to the passage of particles produced from a proton-proton collisions at several TeV center of mass energy. With billions of events from this data they have been able to simulate physics processes of interests for the future.
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