5-7 July 2016
Simons Foundation
EST timezone
As a follow-up to the DS@LHC2015 (http://indico.cern.ch/event/395374/) we are organizing a hands-on workshop/hackshop on Data Science in High Energy Physics at the Simons Foundation in NY on July 5-7 2016. The workshop will bring together computer/data scientists and physicists and we expect to formulate new ideas and solutions for a variety of detection and physics analysis challenges. We will work on focus topics such as tracking, calorimetry, anomaly detection and newly emerging paradigms in machine learning (such as density ratio estimation) and try to stay close to challenges that involve the raw data. Given queries for remote participation the final program will be modified during the weekend of July 2 to accommodate remote participation. Please stay tuned and check back for updates on Monday.

Remote participation link https://vidyoportal.cern.ch/flex.html?roomdirect.html&key=ReE5OBsAoQhpVumgavVA85ZQc (no password)
Simons Foundation
Gerald D. Fischbach Auditorium (second floor)
160 5th Ave, New York, NY 10010 Enter through the main lobby of 160 Fifth Avenue on the south side of 21st Street, just west of Fifth Avenue. The auditorium is accessible by elevator or stairs.
  • Simons Local: Ian Fisk, Christian Mueller --- DS@HEP Program & Data Sets : Maurizio Pierini, Jean-Roch Vlimant, Amir Farbin, Vava Gligorov, David Rousseau, Kyle Cranmer, Maria Spiropulu --- Involved in DS@LHC2015: Gilles Loupe, Andrew Lowe, Cecile Germain-Renaud, Daniel Whiteson
This informal interactive hands-on brainstorming workshop is sponsored by the Simons Foundation, CERN's LPCC and Caltech's Kavli Dream Team. We are grateful for the participation of experts from NYU (including CUSP) and Columbia as well as Yandex, NVIDIA, WeWork, Facebook, AT&T etc.