New award of computer time on Dirac supercomputer

Dr. Vincent Drach from the Centre for Mathematical Sciences at Plymouth University has been awarded 830 000 CPUhs from Dirac (a distributed supercomputer in the UK)  for a project with the title:  Signature of compositeness at the LHC. The aim is to study the resonance properties of the vector state in the theory, because this will provide useful information in the search for this theoretical particle at the LHC.