HEPTECH AIME18 ML&VA on Clouds
Academia-Industry Matching Event Machine Learning and Visual Analytics in the Clouds Workshop The aim of this event is to bring together Academic researchers and Industry experts to share ideas, potential applications and fostering collaborations in the newly emerging field of Machine Learning and Visual Analytics and related technologies.
Topics of the workshop include: Machine Learning, Artificial Intelligence, Big Data, Visual Analytics, Quality of Life, Computational Neuroscience, Computational Linguistics, Computational Physics, Cloud Computing Technology, Data Quality, Data Security.
Az eseményt az ACCELERATE szponzorálta. (ACCELERATE is a Horizon 2020 project, supporting the long-term sustainability of large scale research infrastructures (RIs) through the development of policies and legal and administrative tools for a more effective management and operation of RIs, with a special focus on ERICs and CERIC in particular.)
- Jean-Marie Le Goff, CERN András Pataricza, Budapest University of Technology Róbert Kabai, Continental Ltd. László Milán Molnár, Robert Bosch Ltd. Balazs Szegedy, Alfred Rényi Institute of Mathematics Zoltán Lehóczky, Lombiq Technologies Ltd. Vince Grolmusz, Eötvös Loránd University Géza Németh, Hungarian CP for EU AI project Gergő Orbán, Wigner RCP Gábor Prószéky, MorphoLogic Ltd. Gábor Vattay, Eötvös Loránd University András Benczúr, SZTAKI András Lőrincz, Eötvös Loránd University Péter Antal, Budapest University of Technology - Speakers
HEPTech is a High-Energy Physics Technology Transfer Network, fostered by CERN. It is composed of institutions active in particle, astro-particle and nuclear physics. The mission of HEPTech is to enhance technology transfer from fundamental research in physics to society. We define technology transfer as an exchange or sharing of intellectual property, knowledge, skills, processes or technologies across different organisations and industry. HEPTech is mandated by and reports to the CERN Council and its programme is aligned with the directives of the European Strategy for Particle Physics.