3 November 2021
Ecole de physique
Europe/Zurich timezone

The Physics Applications of AI Day is organised by the Physics Section of the Faculty of Science and it aims at:

  • Presenting the research activities of the Physics, Astronomy and Computer Science Departments in the domain of Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Machine Learning (ML)
  • Interaction of junior researchers and in particular PhD students among the Departments
  • Fostering collaboration between the Departments of Physics, Astronomy and Computer Science of the Faculty of Science
  • Kicking off a new master-level course given in the Spring semester 2022 and open to bachelor students as well PhD students (link)

The event will take place on Wednesday, November 3rd, 2021 at 13:30 in the Ecole de Physique, Grand Auditoire, starting with overview and invited talks followed by a poster session with deluxe sandwiches (Boucherie du Palais/Traiteur Vidonne) and drinks in the halls of the building.  A covid certificate is required for attending the poster session.

The event is open to the wider Faculty of Science community as well as all master and bachelor students.

The talks will be recorded and there is a livestream: https://mediaserver.unige.ch/live

Please register for the Physics Applications of AI Day using the registration tab.  Registration deadline is set to October 26 2021.

Once you have registered please submit your poster title through the abstract submission.

Scheduled Talks


Jermoe Lacour Jerome Lacour - Welcome

Tobias Golling

Tobias Golling - AI & DPNC
Slava Voloshynovskiy Slava Voloshynovskiy - Information-theoretic imaging and classification
Patrycja Paruch Patrycja Paruch - AI & DQMP
Nathan Hara Nathan Hara - AI & Astro
Francois Fleuret Francois Fleuret - Machine learning and deep learning based simulation proxies
Jean-Pierre Wolf Jean-Pierre Wolf - AI & GAP
Benjamin Bose Benjamin Bose - AI & Theory
Ecole de physique
The call for abstracts is open
You can submit an abstract for reviewing.
Registration for this event is currently open.