Data from particle physics is unique and challenging due to its tremendous size and complicate structure coming from quantum nature.
The goal of the focus-workshop is to explore novel techniques for the future exploration of BSM physics in Energy Frontier, including exciting developments in the field of machine learning and quantum computing.
The structure of the workshop will be designed to survey the core questions in new physics searches and to stimulate intense discussion/collaboration among the participants. In addition to the invited talks, there also will be lectures about the main themes of the workshop.
- Spencer Chang (Oregon U.)
- Yang-Ting Chien (Stony Brook)
- Suyong Choi (Korea U.)
- Barry Dillon (Stefan Inst.)
- Felipe Ferreira (U. of Averio)
- Dorival Goncalves (Oklahoma U.)
- Claudius Krause (Fermilab)
- Seung J. Lee (Korea U.)
- Sung Hak Lim (KEK)
- Tao Liu (HKUST)
- Yuichiro Nakai (TD Lee I.)
- Bryan Ostdiek (Harvard U.)
- Chris Rogan (Kansas U.)
- David Shih (Rutgers)
- Yuhsin Tsai (Maryland U.)
- Joonwoo Bae (KAIST, EE): Computing Based on Quantum Principles
- Eunsol Kim (Kakao Brain): Large-scale image/video understanding via symbolic scene graphs
IBS CTPU, Daejeon, Republic of Korea (location)