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Scientific Machine Learning Symposium

The Great Hall 9500 Gilman Drive, La Jolla, CA, United States

Recent progress in Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Machine Learning (ML) has provided groundbreaking methods for processing large data sets. These new techniques are particularly powerful when dealing with scientific data with complex structures, non-linear relationships, and unknown uncertainties that are challenging to model and analyze with traditional tools. This has triggered a flurry of activity in science and engineering, developing new methods to tackle problems which used to be impossible or extremely hard to deal with.

The goal of this symposium is to bring together researchers and practitioners at the intersection of AI and Science, to discuss opportunities to use AI to accelerate scientific discovery, and to explore the potential of scientific knowledge to guide AI development. The symposium will provide a platform to nurture the research community, to fertilize interdisciplinary ideas, and shape the vision of future developments in the rapidly growing field of AI + Science.

We plan to use the symposium as the launching event for the AI + Science event series, co-hosted by Computer Science and Engineering(CSE), Halıcıoğlu Data Science Institute (HDSI), and Scripps Institution of Cceanography(SIO) at UC San Diego. The symposium will include a combination of invited talks, posters, panel discussions, social and networking events. The first event will put a particular emphasis on AI + physical sciences. We will invite contribution and participation from physics, engineering, and oceanography, among others. Part of the program will highlight the research from climate science, as a result of our DOE funded scientific ML project for tackling climate extremes.

UC San Diego & MathWorks | Research & Curriculum Micro Symposium

Qualcomm Conference Room at JSOE Jacobs Hall, 9736 Engineers Ln, La Jolla, San Diego, CA, United States

A series of lightning talks will be presented highlighting collaborative efforts between UC San Diego and MathWorks via series of supported research and curriculum projects. Join us to learn how each project team are crossing boundaries and using MATLAB & Simulink in their work in areas such as Data Science, Oceanography, and various Engineering disciplines!

Causal Inference symposium

Causality is increasingly a part of AI, data science, robotics, and more, but it is not always clear how we can learn causality from data. This symposium will be featuring leading HDSI Faculty who will be providing an introductory overview on these methods, followed by domain-specific talks and open discussion.

Save the Date: Data Science Day 2023

Data Science Day is held in collaboration with UCSD’s Halicioglu Data Science Institute and Rady School of Management. Tech San Diego works to highlight data science in the region by allowing local tech companies to talk about how they are using data science in their day-to-day operations. The day is broken into a panel discussion with three local organizations and a moderator followed by shorter “lightning talks” provided by faculty from the two collaborative institutions. The second half of the day is an event geared towards connecting emerging graduates and students with their professional counterparts to provide them an opportunity to network and ask real questions. We are so excited to return to the in-person format and look forward to see you all on campus again!