From April 8 to 10, 2024 the Heinz Maier-Leibnitz Zentrum (MLZ) located in Garching near Munich will host the Machine Learning Conference for X-Ray and Neutron-Based Experiments.
The conference is a follow-up of the Machine Learning Workshop for X-ray and Neutron Scattering at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory in April 2023.
The application of machine learning (ML) tools for data generated at photon and neutron (PaN) large scale facilities offers new opportunities and challenges. This conference will gather experts from the field of machine learning as well as specialists for the application of neutron and photon beams to discuss their latest research. Discussion topics will range from autonomous experiment control, data analysis tools to requirements for ML training data. In addition to presentations, the event will also include demonstrations of ML software and opportunities for attendees to ask questions and discuss future directions.
The first two days (April 8/9) will take place at the Community Center (Bürgerhaus) Garching with all participants. The third day (April 10) offers optional workshops and hands-on tutorials as well as reactor tours at the site of research neutron source FRM II for all interested participants.
We are looking forward to seeing you in Garching!
The two venues for the conference: On the left, Garching Community Center (Bürgerhaus) which is the conference location on April 8 and 9. On the right, FRM II Site Garching which hosts optional hands-on workshops and reactor tours on April 10.
Header logo: © FRM II / TUM
Photo bottom left: © FRM II / TUM
Photo bottom right: © Astrid Eckert