HEPTECH AIME19 AI & ML

from Monday, 25 November 2019 (13:00) to Tuesday, 26 November 2019 (18:30)
Hotel Mercure Budapest (Mátyás Hall (Groundfloor))

        : Sessions
    /     : Talks
        : Breaks
25 Nov 2019
26 Nov 2019
AM
09:00 AI ecosystem and AI strategy in Hungary - Gergely Szertics   (Mátyás Hall (Groundfloor))
09:45 AI based algo-trading using quantization and volatility information - János Levendovszky (BME)   (Mátyás Hall (Groundfloor))
10:10 Hb-graphs and their applications to the ranking of information in an information space. - Xavier Ouvrard (CERN / University of Geneva)   (Mátyás Hall (Groundfloor))
10:35 --- Coffee Break ---
11:00 The Hungarian National AI Center of Excellence - Andras Benczur (SZTAKI)   (Mátyás Hall (Groundfloor))
11:45 Machine Learning and Reasoning for Exploratory Data Analysis and Model Extraction in Cyber-Physical Systems - András Földvári   (Mátyás Hall (Groundfloor))
PM
13:00 Opening - István Szabó   (Mátyás Hall (Groundfloor))
13:15 Machine Learning in High-Energy Physics: Successes and Future Directions - Graeme Stewart (CERN)   (Mátyás Hall (Groundfloor))
14:00 One Year Into the ESS Control System Machine Learning Project - Karin Rathsman (ESSS)   (Mátyás Hall (Groundfloor))
14:25 Image-based classification of variable stars - Attila Bódi (Konkoly Thege Miklós Astronomical Institute, Research Centre for Astronomy and Earth Sciences)   (Mátyás Hall (Groundfloor))
14:50 Variable star classification - Dóra Tarczay-Nehéz (CSFK CSI)   (Mátyás Hall (Groundfloor))
15:15 --- Coffee Break ---
15:40 Life beyond the pixels: machine learning and image analysis methods for HCS - Péter Horváth (Hungarian Academy of Sciences)   (Mátyás Hall (Groundfloor))
16:25 Learning structured deep generative models from incomplete data in biomedicine - Péter Antal (BME)   (Mátyás Hall (Groundfloor))
16:50 What can we learn about learning through human-machine interactions? - Ferdinando Mussa-Ivaldi (Northwestern Univ and Shirley Ryan Ability Lab)   (Mátyás Hall (Groundfloor))
17:15 Complete Inference of Causal Relationships in Dynamical Systems - Zoltán Somogyvári (Wigner Research Centre for Physics, Department of Computational Sciences)   (Mátyás Hall (Groundfloor))
17:40 Hindrances to adaptation of Machine Learning in Healthcare - Richárd Nagyfi (Cursor Insight)   (Mátyás Hall (Groundfloor))
12:10 Adding artificial Intelligence into process control systems – implementation and integration by open source tools - Tamas Ruppert   (Mátyás Hall (Groundfloor))
12:35 --- Lunch ---
14:00 Artificial Intelligence for industry at the Hartree Centre - Andrew Gargett   (Mátyás Hall (Groundfloor))
14:40 Computer vision methods for understanding human movements in daily living and clinical settings - Maura Casadio (U Genova)   (Mátyás Hall (Groundfloor))
15:05 Enhancement of 2D and 3D Medical Imaging Data acquired with Mediso SPECT Cameras - Gábor Légrádi (physicist-engineer, AI expert, freelancer)   (Mátyás Hall (Groundfloor))
15:30 --- Coffee Break ---
16:00 HEP Graph Machine Learning for Industrial & Humanitarian Applications - Daniel Dobos (Visiting Researcher at CERN with Lancaster University)   (Mátyás Hall (Groundfloor))
16:45 Overview of applied machine learning projects at the Department of Automation and Applied Informatics - Gabor Gulyas (BME-AUT)   (Mátyás Hall (Groundfloor))
17:10 The breakdown of photon blockade: a first order dissipative quantum phase transition (cloud-based simulation of open quantum systems) - András Vukics (Wigner FK)   (Mátyás Hall (Groundfloor))
17:35 Comparing the Markowitz Portfolio Model and the Market Graph of Pardalos - Sándor Szabó (Univ Pécs)   (Mátyás Hall (Groundfloor))