Vikas Bansal (Pacific Northwest National Laboratory)
The Belle II experiment at the SuperKEKB collider in Tsukuba, Japan, will start physics data taking in 2018 and will accumulate 50/ab of e+e- collision data, about 50 times larger than the data set of the earlier Belle experiment. The computing requirements of Belle II are comparable to those of a RUN I high-p_T LHC experiment. Computing will make full use of the GRID in North America, Asia and Europe and high speed networking. Results of an initial MC simulation campaign with 5 ab^-1 equivalent luminosity will be described.
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Malachi Schram Tom Browder (University of Hawaii)