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Artificial intelligence (AI) is emerging as a new paradigm for the advancement of a variety of research areas within the physical sciences, from statistical and quantum physics to high-energy physics and cosmology. Among them, condensed matter physics is one of the most suitable areas to boost the cross-fertilization between AI and physics. On one hand, it is expected that AI could contribute to the next-generation of fundamental and applied condensed matter physics breakthroughs. On the other hand, new AI algorithms and techniques could be developed based on condensed matter physics insights. This session will present the latest advances in the application of AI to condensed matter physics, with a lineup of speakers that will cover the current most relevant and active areas of this emerging topic.

Organizing Committee:

  • Jorge Bravo-Abad, Universidad Autónoma de Madrid
  • Alexandre Dauphin, ICFO

Confirmed plenary speaker on Artificial Intelligence:

  • Florian Macquardt (Max Planck Institute for the Science of Light)

Confirmed invited speaker:

  • Eliska Greplova (Delft University of Technology, TU-Delf)