Contact:  gwmull2020[AT]glasgow.ac.ukLocation:  Tobermory, Mull, United Kingdom
The Institute for Gravitational Research at the University of Glasgow will be hosting a retreat meeting between 4 and 6 May 2020 in Tobermory, on the Scottish Hebridean island of Mull.
The meeting will have three major strands focussed on the use and development of machine learning techniques for gravitational wave data analysis:
1. ML in modelling, numerical relativity, and waveform generation
2. ML for GW detection and detector characterisation
3. ML for parameter estimation and astrophysics
If you would like to attend this event we’d be grateful if you could
fill out the form on our website as soon as possible. The venue for the meeting is small, and we anticipate that demand will be high, so the meeting will be by application only, however we invite participants at all stages in their academic career, from students
upwards to register their interest, and hope to have a balanced range of participants.
The registration for will be open until 20 February, and we hope to
start issuing invitations to register shortly after this.
We expect the meeting to have a per-person cost of no more than around 200 GBP, and hope to be able to provide a discount to students.