A.I. for Nuclear Physics Conference at JLab

  • A.I. for Nuclear Physics Conference at JLab

Jefferson Lab is pleased to host the A.I. for Nuclear Physics Workshop, held March 4-6, 2020, in Newport News, Virginia. A Free A.I. Hack-A-Thon geared toward junior scientists will precede the workshop on March 3. 

Workshop Webpage: https://www.jlab.org/conference/AI2020

Workshop program: Click Here
(Indico Account Required)

Small interactive working groups will focus on several key areas, including:

  • Lattice QCD and other quantum field theories.
  • Nuclear structure theory. 
  • Accelerator, facility and detector operations.
  • Accelerator science.
  • Experimental methods (PID, tracking, etc.). 
  • Event generation and simulation. 
  • Global analysis and fits. 

The results of the workshop will be summarized in a report that will serve as a roadmap for A.I. future application and a guide to areas for possible collaboration.

The Southeastern Universities Research Association and Jefferson Lab are pleased to announce they are offering up to 25 travel grants of $1,500* to attend the A.I. for Nuclear Physics Workshop and pre-meeting Hack-A-Thon activities. Click Here for more information on travel assistance. 

*Travel grant awards are subject to available funding from the National Science Foundation.

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