ErUM-Data Community Information Exchange

from Wednesday, 1 January 2025 (09:00) to Friday, 28 February 2025 (17:00)
Online

        : Sessions
    /     : Talks
        : Breaks
1 Jan 2025
AM
09:00 Teilchen- und Astroteilchenphysik: data-driven knowledge acquisition - Martin Erdmann (RWTH Aachen University)   ()
09:05 Large Scale and FAIR Data Management / Neuroevolution - Kilian Schwarz (GSI)   ()
09:10 Insights into physics by AI & ML analysis and visualisation of complex data - Erik Bründermann (KIT)   ()
09:15 ML methods for the solution of biological macromolecules - Andrea Thorn (DESY (Deutsches Elektronen Synchrotron))   ()
09:20 Artificial intelligence & machine learning for data monitoring and data analysis for reflectivity data, coherent X-ray diffraction and for future XPCS applications at liquid interfaces - Dr Bridget Murphy (Kiel University)   ()
09:25 Targeting and Tracking biological cells in microscopy time lapse videos be deep learnng algorithms - Günther Dollinger (Universität der Bundeswehr München) Prof. Judith Reindl (Universität der Bundeswehr München)   ()
09:30 Artificial intelligence and machine learning tools for time-reolved and tomographic data in materials science and catalysis - Jan-Dierk Grunwaldt (Karlsruhe Institute of Technology)   ()
09:35 Development and optimization of algorithms with modern technologies to maximize the physics output extracted from data - Thomas Kuhr (BELLE (BELLE II Experiment))   ()
09:40 Data reduction and data analysis for neutron and x-ray scattering - Joachim Wuttke (JCNS)   ()
09:45 Use of maschine learning to classify/interpret diffuse scattering - Reinhard Neder (Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg)   ()
09:50 ML on FPGAs for future DAQs - Michael Lupberger (University of Bonn)   ()
09:55 Advanced On- and Off-line reconstruction methods in Neutrino Astronomy - Christopher Wiebusch (RWTH Aachen)   ()
10:00 NN decisions that are robust against systematic uncertainties in the NN feature space - Roger Wolf (KIT - Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (DE))   ()
10:05 Identifying and characterizing spectral lines - Prof. Peter Schilke (University of Cologne)   ()
10:10 Ray-tracing and wave propagation - Thomas Bretz (RWTH Aachen University)   ()
10:15 Adaptive simulation for components of a synchrotron - David Meier (Helmholtz-Zentrum Berlin)   ()
10:20 ML on FPGAs for real-time processing of detector data - Arno Straessner (IKTP, TU Dresden)   ()
10:25 Rapid online data evaluation for X-ray experiments - Anton Barty (FS-SC (Scientific computing))   ()
10:30 Dealing with Systematic Uncertainties in Machine Learning - Ulrich Husemann (Institute of Experimental Particle Physics - Karlsruhe Institute of Technology - KIT)   ()
10:35 Reinforcement Learning for the Automation and Improvement of Large-Scale Facilities Operation - Luis Vera Ramirez (Helmholtz-Zentrum Berlin)   ()
10:40 Information field theory - Torsten Ensslin (MPA)   ()
10:45 Real-time displaced vertex reconstruction on FPGAs - Torben Ferber (KIT (ETP))   ()
10:50 Machine Learning based Charged Particle Tracking - Tobias Stockmann (FZJ)   ()
10:55 Next generation v[f]ast data monitoring and control - Johan Messchendorp   ()
11:00 Artificial neural networks and deep learning methods for use in storage ring experiments with highly charged ions - Shahab Sanjari (Aachen University of Applied Sciences + GSI Darmstadt)   ()
11:05 Speed improvements of MC Event Generators and Detector Simulations using Deep Neural Networks - Matthias Schott (Uni Mainz)   ()
11:10 Joint inference of calibration and signal - Björn Garbrecht (TUM) Torsten Ensslin (MPA) Philip Ruehl (University of Siegen) Dmitry Malyshev (ECAP) Shahab Sanjari (Aachen University of Applied Sciences + GSI Darmstadt)   ()
11:15 AI-based reconstruction of spectra and images - Tim Ruhe (TU Dortmund)   ()
11:20 High resolution X ray imaging with large field of view: How to reproducibly and reliably reduce big data without loss of information and manage experiments and metadata with aim of ANN/ML - Astrid Hoelzing (Fraunhofer IIS) Dr Simon Zabler (Fraunhofer IIS)   ()
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