KM3NeT, a future European deep-sea research infrastructure, will host a network of neutrino telescopes with a combined volume of several cubic kilometres at the bottom of the Mediterranean Sea that will open a new window on the Universe. The telescope will search for neutrinos from distant astrophysical sources like Super Nova Remnants, Gamma Ray Bursts, Active Galactic Nuclei and other. It will also be used to search for dark matter in the Universe. An array of thousands of optical sensors will detect the faint light in the deep sea from charged particles originating from collisions of neutrinos and sea water. The goal of the VO is to enable the usage of Grid resources for KM3NeT collaboration members, mainly for simulation and reconstruction of signal and background events.
Acceptable Use Policy
This Acceptable Use Policy applies to all members of km3net.org Virtual Organisation, hereafter referred to as the VO, with reference to use of the EGI Grid infrastructure, hereafter referred to as the Grid.
The VO managers owns and gives authority to this policy.
The goal of the VO is to simulate and reconstruct signal and background events.
Members and Managers of the VO agree to be bound by the Grid Acceptable Usage Rules, VO Security Policy and other relevant Grid Policies, and to use the Grid only in the furtherance of the stated goal of the VO.