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Colloquium – James Camparo – Basic Physics and Atomic Timekeeping in Space

227 Gallalee Hall 514 University Blvd., Tuscaloosa

  Speaker: Dr. James Camparo (The Aerospace Corp.) Title: Basic Physics and Atomic Timekeeping in Space         Abstract:  In 1945, during the Richtmeyer Memorial Lecture at the annual meeting of the American Physical Society in New York City, Nobel Laureate I. I. Rabi made the first suggestion for a clock based on

Colloquium – Taoli Cheng – Towards AI-assisted High Energy Physics: A New Paradigm of Understanding Elementary Particles

Gallallee Hall Room 227 Gallalee Hall, Tuscaloosa

Speaker: Taoli Cheng (University of Montreal) Title: Towards AI-assisted High Energy Physics: A New Paradigm of Understanding Elementary Particles Abstract: The rapid evolution of artificial intelligence (AI) and deep learning methodologies is driving a profound paradigm shift in scientific discovery. Armed with large-scale datasets and the ability to handle high dimensionality, deep neural networks offer

Colloquium – Vinicius Mikuni – Accelerating Discovery in High Energy Physics using AI

Gallallee Hall Room 227 Gallalee Hall, Tuscaloosa

Speaker: Vinicius Mikuni (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory) Title: Accelerating Discovery in High Energy Physics using AI Abstract: The past decade was marked by an exponential increase in the availability of experimental data in high energy physics, leading to unprecedented precision in the description of particle interactions. However, indirect evidence for new physics processes, such as