9-13 November 2015
CERN
Europe/Zurich timezone
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Deep Learning and its Applications in the Natural Sciences

11 Nov 2015, 09:45
45m
222-R-001 (CERN)

222-R-001

CERN

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Speaker

Pierre Baldi (UCI)

Description

Starting from a brief historical perspective on scientific discovery, this talk will review some of the theory and open problems of deep learning and describe how to design efficient feedforward and recursive deep learning architectures for applications in the natural sciences. In particular, the focus will be on multiple particle problems at different scales: in biology (e.g. prediction of protein structures), chemistry (e.g. prediction of molecular properties and reactions), and high-energy physics (e.g. detection of exotic particles, jet substructure and tagging, "dark matter and dark knowledge")

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