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Fri, 04 Oct



AI for Science

Host: Prof. Siddharta Mishra Organised by: Dr. Georgios Kissas, Vera Balmer

AI for Science
AI for Science

Time & Location

04 Oct 2024, 09:30

Zürich, Elias-Canetti-Strasse 146, 8050 Zürich, Switzerland

About the event

From extracting patient specific information of the cardiovascular system to accelerating simulations of complex physics systems, from predicting catastrophic weather events to optimizing the shape of the transport vehicles to reduce fuel consumption, the success of AI in the sciences is becoming more and more apparent in the recent years. In this track, Professors from academia and Researchers from industry are going to present their work on the interface of science and AI, and  how the combination enables tackling complex real world problems that was previously cost/time inefficient or even impossible. The track will include a panel discussion were the different presenters will discuss the different capabilities that AI + Science enable, what are the great challenges and successes and what the next steps into tackling challenging problems, e.g. drug discovery or weather prediction, are going to be. Finally, the event will close with a session where the hosts will provide a general overview of how AI can be leveraged in different engineering pipelines for cutting down the cost of design and simulation.

Learning Objectives:

This track is designed to: 

● Familiarize the audience with some of the latest technologies for accelerating scientific computations, performing scientific discovery and extracting systemic information from data using AI. 

● Show the benefits of considering Physics + AI in accelerating engineering design for different applications.

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