Knowledge Transfer Seminar on 20 May: An insider look at the EPFL Center for intelligent Systems and synergies with CERN

Learn more about the centre, its importance for future AI-driven systems and CERN’s involvement

KT CIS seminar
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The EPFL Center for Intelligent Systems (CIS) brings together researchers striving to create new intelligent systems. These systems are embedded with elements of artificial intelligence and are emerging in response to the convergence of the virtual and physical worlds through the development of applications such as autonomous systems, smart devices or augmented reality.

In the seminar, supported by CERN Knowledge Transfer group, Jan Kerschgens, Executive Director of the CIS at EPFL, will provide an overview of EPFL CIS with the aim of exploring synergies with CERN. He will be sharing insights and lessons learned from building the centre.

CIS is also the host of EPFL’s ELLIS Unit (European Laboratory for Learning and Intelligent Systems) a structure of particular relevance to CERN and that enhances EPFL’s reach on AI and provides access to talent on a European level.

How to join?

The talk can be attended in person in Salle Anderson at CERN (40/S2-A01) or you can participate virtually using zoom.

Register here to attend in person and if you don’t have a CERN access card.  

Date: 20 May 2022

Please check the indico page for the event for zoom details and updates (including in case of technical issues during the event).  

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