Mar 11 – 15, 2024
Charles B. Wang Center, Stony Brook University
US/Eastern timezone

Scientific Program

  • Track 1: Computing Technology for Physics Research

    This track includes topics that impact how we do physics analysis and research that are related to the enabling technology. Here is a fairly detailed list of possibilities (which isn't, of course, complete!).

    • Software
      • Language interoperability
      • Software development and quality
      • Analysis Libraries and tools
    • Computing
      • Distributed and parallel computing, including programming models
      • Architectures, from accelerators (GPU, ASIC, FPGA) to HPC
      • Floating-point models
      • Hardware abstractions
      • Online computing, including data transfer, High Level Triggering (HLT)
      • Advanced computing models such as Quantum Computing
    • Data
      • Data transfer, networking
      • Data formats and compression
    • Simulations and visualization
      • Detector and accelerator simulations, full and fast
      • Visualization techniques; event displays
  • Track 2: Data Analysis - Algorithms and Tools

    There are as many different algorithms and methods as their are physicists. New and novel categories of algorithms are part of what this conference is looking for.

    • Machine Learning
      • Neural network architectures and their applicability
      • Automation of science: data to formula
      • Hyperparameter tuning
      • Optimization and Deployment
    • Differentiable programming
    • Statistical methods
    • Novel reconstruction algorithms, such as for track finding
  • Track 3: Computations in Theoretical Physics: Techniques and Methods

    Computing techniques and algorithms used in the theoretical side of physics research.

    • Automatic Systems
      • Automatic Computation Systems: from Amplitudes to Event Generators
      • Multi-dimensional Integration: Methods and Tools
      • Intensive High Precision Numerical Computations: Algorithms and Systems
    • Higher Orders
      • Matching NNNNLO Calculations to Event Generators
      • Multi-loop Calculations and Higher Order Corrections
    • Computer Algebra Techniques and Applications
    • Computational Physics: Theoretical and Simulation Aspects
      • Cosmology, Universe Large Scale Structure, Gravitational Waves
      • Nuclear Physics N-body Computation
      • Plasma Physics
      • Earth Physics, Climate, Earthquakes