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2022 Machine Learning Deep Learning (ML/DL) Workshop Information

The Sandia Machine Learning and Deep Learning (MLDL) Workshop is an opportunity for researchers and practitioners in these areas to learn about work across various national laboratories and collaborators in machine learning (ML) and deep learning (DL), identify the network of staff and management at Sandia focused on work in these areas, and discuss ideas for potential new work and collaboration. Each year there is also a tutorial for those interested in getting some hands-on experience with machine learning and deep learning before the workshop.

We seek speakers interested in sharing their work. We are particularly interested in submissions describing the development of ML and DL methods and software, application of ML and DL methods to problems of interest to the national laboratories, existing problems at the laboratories for which ML and/or DL  could be applied, and demonstrations of existing ML and DL software packages and hardware developed at the laboratories. Virtual presentation slots are on the order of 5-30 minutes with an opportunity for questions afterwards.

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The workshop will take place virtually. A complete schedule of the events will be posted after the list of presentations has been finalized for the 2023 year.

Please send questions and/or comments to wg-mldl-workshop@sandia.gov .

This year was a huge success, thanks to all who attended, we will return next year, please be thinking of us as you work on your projects!

— 2022 MLDL Workshop Program Committee