AIslands - Arran 2024

The 2024 AIslands meeting will be held in Brodick, on the Isle of Arran, Scotland between 23 and 26 April 2024, focusing on artificial intelligence in gravitational wave astronomy.

The Institute for Gravitational Research at the University of Glasgow are pleased to announce AIslands - Arran 2024. This meeting will be held on the Isle of Arran in Scotland in the week of 23 to 26 April 2024, and will focus on applications of artificial intelligence and machine learning in the context of gravitational wave science.

The meeting will have three main theme areas for discussions: waveforms and theory; detection and detector characterisation; and parameter estimation and astrophysics.

 

The AIslands meetings are intended to provide an environment which will nurture collaboration and network building. To that end we are pleased to be able to maintain a low registration cost of £250 per person, with a reduced rate of £150 per person for students.

The conference fee will cover a networking meal, lunches on the three full days of the meeting, and refreshments during the meeting.

 

Please direct any further enquiries to Daniel Williams (daniel.williams@glasgow.ac.uk).

Speakers

To be confirmed.