NOTE: This was originally intended to be a hybrid online and in-person conference, but has now been changed to an online only event, due to new Covid-19 restrictions and recommendations.
A one-day online conference with inspirational talks and presentations of work done using the Berzelius system. You will have the opportunity to meet colleagues and attend presentations from people that work in the field of AI. Please spread the word and bring your colleagues!
Date: Wednesday, February 9, 2022 at 10:00 - 15:00
Online: Zoom link will be sent to registered participants.
We are still working with the schedule, so what you see below is still somewhat tentative. However, all titled talks have been confirmed! More talks may be added and some reordering may occur until last minute.
|10:00||Opening, Björn Alling, LiU, Director of NSC|
|DDLS, Olli Kallioniemi, KI, Director of SciLifelab and DDLS|
|WASP, Anders Ynnerman, LiU, Director of WASP|
|"TBD", Fredrik Heintz, LiU|
|AI supercomputing for drug discovery, Rob Brisk, NVIDIA|
|Learning across 16 million patients: Big data and HPC in healthcare, Jorge Cardoso, King’s College London|
|Learning vision is easy?, Michael Felsberg, LiU|
|Learning compositional, structured, and interpretable models of the world, Hedvig Kjellström, KTH|
|Synthesizing high resolution medical volumes using 3D GANs, Anders Eklund, LiU|
|Artificial Intelligence, Computational Fluid Dynamics and Sustainability, Ricardo Vinuesa, KTH|
|The AI revolution in structural biology, Björn Wallner, LiU|
|"TBD", Johan Rung, SciLifeLab|
|15:00||Closing, Björn Alling|
There is no fee to participate in the symposium, but we do require registration.
Please register by filling out the form below. Remember to click submit!
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Talks at the Berzelius AI Symposium