UC SOUTHERN HUB:

Frontiers in Machine Learning for the Physical Sciences

October 26, 2020 - Virtual Symposium

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About the event​

A revolution is beginning, melding computationally enhanced science with machine learning in ways that respect and amplify both domains. The University of California's academic campuses and National Laboratories are at the forefront, but in different ways that would benefit from a dialog. This Workshop will promote that dialog in application to the physical sciences.

Where

Virtual  Symposium

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When

Monday, October 26, 2020
8:30AM - 3:00PM PDT

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Hosted by the University of California, Irvine

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Topics

scaling

Machine learning for changes of scale in physical science models

chem+

Scientific applications including chemistry, materials science, earth sciences and fluid dynamics

physics

Physics of, and by means of, machine learning and optimization methods

math

Applicable mathematics and formal methods

graphing

Graph-centered machine learning methods

KEYNOTE ADDRESS BY:

Stanley Osher, PhD
University of California, Los Angeles

Professor of Mathematics & Computer Science, Electrical Engineering & Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering

Director of Special Projects, Institute for Pure and Applied Mathematics

Event Speakers

brian-spears

Brian Spears, PhD

Director, Cognitive Simulation Initiative
Weapons and Complex Integration
Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory

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Kipton Barros, PhD

Staff scientist, Physics and Chemistry of Materials | Executive committee member, Center for Nonlinear Studies, Theoretical Division
Los Alamos National Laboratory

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kieron_burke

Kieron Burke, PhD

Chancellor's Professor, Departments of Chemistry and Physics
University of California,  Irvine

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gowri-srinivasan

Gowri Srinivasan, PhD

Group Leader, Los Alamos National
Laboratory | Project Leader, ASC Machine Learning Project
Los Alamos National Laboratory

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eric-mjolsness

Eric Mjolsness, PhD

Professor, Departments of Computer Science and Mathematics
University of California Irvine.

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stephan_mandt

Stephan Mandt, PhD

Assistant Professor of
Computer Science
University of California, Irvine
 

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Registration Closed at 11:59PM on October 19, 2020