This is a workshop on track reconstruction, tracking detectors with embedded intelligence and pattern recognition in sparsely sampled data. While the main focus will be on High Energy Physics (HEP) detectors, the workshop is intended to be inclusive across other disciplines wherever similar problems arise. Synergistic contributions from outside HEP on the topics listed below as well as machine learning, data mining and big data are welcome.
The 2019 edition is the 5th of the Connecting The Dot series after: Berkeley 2015, Vienna 2016, LAL-Orsay 2017 and Seattle 2018 and the 5th of the Workshop on Intelligent trackers after the Berkeley 2010, Pisa 2012, Pennsylvania 2014 and the LAL-Orsay 2017 (joint CTD/WIT).
The workshop is plenary sessions only, with a mix of invited talks and accepted contributions. There will also be a Poster session.
Wifi is available on site, eduroam credentials, from your institution or CERN, are recommended (but not mandatory).
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