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Towards Scientific AI for the simulation and optimization of complex systems

3106 Etcheverry Hall

Raphael Pestourie Assistant Professor, Georgia Tech, School of Computational Science and Engineering Abstract Complex systems are hard to simulate and even more difficult to optimize. In this talk, I will showcase how surrogate models accelerate the evaluation of properties of solutions to partial differential equations. I will present a precise definition of the computational benefit

Emission Tomography: From Grayscale to Colorful Images One More Time

3106 Etcheverry Hall

Ling-Jian Meng, Ph.D Professor Department of Nuclear, Plasma, and Radiological Engineering, Department of Bioengineering, and Beckman Institute of Advanced Science and Technology, The University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Abstract: Nuclear Medicine is a critical element of modern medicine and healthcare practice, in which we use imaging instrumentation and radiopharmaceuticals to study physiological processes, and

“High-field HTS stellarators with liquid metal walls”

3106 Etcheverry Hall

Francesco Volpe Founder, CEO, CTO Abstract French- and Swiss-based startup Renaissance Fusion strives to build a commercial nuclear fusion reactor by reinventing and synergistically combining three main technologies. The first one is the stellarator: more stable and steady state than a tokamak, but historically complicated to build. Renaissance dramatically simplifies its “coil winding surface”. The

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