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Quarks To Cosmos with AI

Virtual Conference: July 12-16, 2021
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June 1, 2021

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NSF AI Planning Institute for Data-Driven Discovery in Physics at Carnegie Mellon University

Focus

recent progress in AI/ML method development and application to high energy physics and cosmology

Networking

formation of new collaborations despite the virtual format

Quarks to Cosmos with AI CMU

Description

Each day of the conference will open with two plenary talks at 11 a.m. and 12:15 p.m. EST on recent progress in AI/ML method development and application to high energy physics and cosmology. These talks will be followed by daily Gathertown chat opportunities to support networking and community building and hack-a-thons engaging students, postdocs, and other interested participants to work on data problems of common interest provided by plenary speakers and other participants. The goal of these hack-a-thons is to promote engagement, learning, and the formation of new collaborations despite the virtual format.

To facilitate the hack-a-thons, we will host datasets and provide computing environments for conference participants through a partnership with the Pittsburgh Supercomputing Center.

Registration may be limited in order to ensure we have adequate support to enable all participants to engage effectively in the hack-a-thon.  You should hear back in response to your registration by June 1, 2021.

Featuring

Katie Bouman
Caltech

Kyle Cranmer
New York University

Tommaso Dorigo
INFN-Padova

Francois Lanusse
CEA Saclay

Jennifer Ngadiuba
Fermilab

 

Brian Nord
Fermilab

Harrison Prosper
Florida State University

Aarti Singh
CMU Machine Learning

Ben Wandelt
Sorbonne/Flatiron

…and more to come!

Quarks to Cosmos with AI CMU

Conference Organizers

Tiziana Di Matteo

Tiziana Di Matteo

Mikael Kuusela

Mikael Kuusela

Ann Lee

Ann Lee

Rachel Mandelbaum

Rachel Mandelbaum

Manfred Paulini

Manfred Paulini

Sponsors

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