Current and future HEP experiments will record and simulate larger and larger volumes of data, some going well beyond the petabyte scale. To succeed, analysts will need to master modern software and computing technologies to extract physics results from these large datasets. Gutsche will review current trends for HEP software and computing and show possible future directions for data analysis in the exabyte era.

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About Oliver Gutsche

Oliver Gutsche received his PhD in Experimental Particle Physics at the University of Hamburg in 2005 working on electron-proton collisions with the ZEUS experiment at Hera, DESY. He joined Fermilab and the CMS experiment at the LHC soon after as a PostDoc. Since 2014, Oliver has been a staff scientist at Fermilab and shares his time between his new position as Assistant Head of the Scientific Computing Division and studying Standard Model and Beyond the Standard Model physics at the LHC with CMS.