Machine Learning Day, 24th October 2019

Machine Learning Day – Part of Physics in the Spotlight
Institute of Physics, London
Thursday 24 October 2019, 9.30-17.00

Organised by the IOP Computational Physics Group, IOP Polymer Physics Group, IOP Particle Accelerators and Beams Group and IOP Plasma Physics Group

We are pleased to announce a one-day event on Machine Learning in Physics. The meeting will take place on Thursday 24 October at the IOP, near King’s Cross in London, and is part of the Physics in the Spotlight week.

A general session is planned for the morning with two parallel focus sessions running in the afternoon: Machine Learning in soft and biological matter, and Machine learning in plasma and accelerator physics.

There are still slots available for contributed talks. Please email j.cabral@imperial.ac.uk for contributions related to Machine learning in soft matter, and Jonathan.smith@stfc.ac.uk for any other contributions. Deadline for contributions is the 3 October 2019.

Registration for the event is free. Please visit http://spotlight2019.iopconfs.org more information and to book your place.

Preliminary program of confirmed invited speakers:

Introduction to machine learning in physics with applications (morning session)
Armando Vieira – Hazy
Keith Butler – STFC
Jacqui Cole – University of Cambridge/Rutherford
Aldo Glielmo – KCL
TBC – Alan Turing Institute

Machine learning in soft & biological matter (afternoon session I)
Richard Graham – University of Nottingham
Alan Lowe – UCL
Richard Clayton – University of Sheffield

Machine learning in accelerator physics and plasma physics (afternoon session II)
Stephen Dann – Lancaster University/STFC
Tom Holmes – University of Sheffield

Job: HPC Scientist & Computer Manager

The job ad can be found at jobs.ac.uk or at the University of Lincoln site.

The role holder will manage School’s HPC cluster and other computational resources and software, provide highly specialist HPC support to academic staff on research projects and support to teaching staff in computer classes.

The position is based in the School of Mathematics and Physics at the University of Lincoln, UK.

The application deadline is the 23rd of August 2018.

Spring newsletter released

The spring 2018 edition of the newsletter is now available to read, with contributions from the 2017 IoP CPG PhD thesis prize winner Dr Ioan-Bogdan Magdău and runner-up Dr Morgane Vacher, as well as conference and workshop reports.