The goal of the workshop is to get an overview on inverse problems in the ErUM-Data community, to discuss methods to solve them, and to foster exchange and cooperation between the ErUM-communities. In particular, the workshop is intended for early stage researchers.
Topics to be discussed include:
- Inverse problems in Research on Universe and Matter (ErUM)
- Bayesian reasoning
- Differential programming
- Generative models
- Score based models (incl. diffusion models)
- Dimensionality reduction
- ErUM strategy
- Niels Thürey (TUM): Diffusion models
- Oliver Schulz (MPP): Differential and probabilistic programming
- Daniel Boschmann (EvalSpek-ML): Disassembling linear combinations into their constituent parts
- Philipp Frank (MPA, ErUM-IFT): Signal reconstruction for fields
- Frank Schreiber (Uni Tübingen, VIPR): Machine Learning for Surface Scattering
- Jonas Kreidelmeyer (CFEL, 4D-KI-track): Multi-detector 3D reconstruction for Xray-Fluorescence Imaging
A registration fee of 80€ will be charged for the workshop.
The call for abstracts ends on 27.10.2023.