Nov. 14 AI town hall meeting
All are welcome to join us on Thursday, Nov. 14, 2019, at 2 p.m. in Building 241, Room A323, for a presentation and discussion as part of Argonne’s artificial intelligence (AI) in science and engineering town hall meeting series, hosted by Physical Sciences and Engineering. Olle Heinonen, MSD (NST), will present “AI Engineering of Nanoscale Materials for A-la-Carte Topology and Transduction.”
The purpose of the meetings is to build a community and a network of collaborators across divisions and directorates to help catalyze collaborative projects involving development and use of AI in science and engineering. This will enable Argonne to capture major anticipated external funding in the scientific areas over the next five years. Ideas and discussions shared at these meetings will also help articulate a science-driven strategy for AI applications, and areas where Argonne should claim national and international leadership.
The Townhall series will meet every other Thursday at 2 p.m. (nominally always in 241/A323).
Interested in presenting?
- We are broadening discussion topics to include tutorials and other information.We do not want to limit presentations only to ongoing or potential AI-related science topics.
- We are looking for (and encouraging) volunteer presenters from across all divisions. We particularly want to encourage cross-directorate and cross-divisional interactions.
- To sign up, go to the Box directory at, “PSE AI in Science Townhall Reboot” and sign up on the spreadsheet (enter your name at the appropriate date, your email, a title or topic for your presentation, and any other relevant information), or contact Olle Heinonen, Becky Rank, or Teresa Sokolowski.
For questions, contact Olle Heinonen.