Euclid joint meeting: WL + GC + CG SWG + OU-LE3

Date

February 3 - 7, 2020


Venue

IAP - Institue d'Astrophysique de Paris, 98 bis, bd Arago, 75014 Paris


Program

To be determined. Preliminary schedule for the plenary sessions:
Mo: GC + LE3
Tu am: WL + GC
Tu pm: All
We am:  LE3
We pm: CG + LE3
Th: WL + LE3
Fr: TBD


Participant list

Please add your name to the following list if you intend to participate. To access IAP, external people are required to indicate their name in advance of the meeting, and might have to show identification at the IAP front desk. There is no conference fee.  

https://docs.google.com/document/d/17Hn8Z6LH54fJDbDY2uQPtZPauZotm6IsnNC4LbBcmII/edit


Practical information

How to get to IAP.

Hotel list.

Restaurant list.


Contacts

Martin Kilbinger  <kilbinger@iap.fr>

Sandrine Codis <codis@iap.fr>

 

Cosmostat Day on Machine Learning in Astrophysics

Date: January the 17th, 2020

Organizer:  Joana Frontera-Pons  <joana.frontera-pons@cea.fr>

Venue:

Local information

CEA Saclay is around 23 km South of Paris. The astrophysics division (DAp) is located at the CEA site at Orme des Merisiers, which is around 1 km South of the main CEA campus. See http://www.cosmostat.org/contact  for detailed information on how to arrive.


On January the 17th, 2020, we organize the 5th day on machine learning in astrophysics at DAp, CEA Saclay. 

Program:

All talks are taking place at DAp, Salle Galilée (Building 713)

To be determined.

Confirmed Speakers:


Violeta Roizman (L2S, CentraleSupélec)


François Lanusse ()


François-Pierre Paty (CREST, ENSAE)


Tom Charnock (Institut d'Astrophysique de Paris)


Niall Jeffrey (ENS)


 Previous Cosmostat Days on Machine Learning in Astrophysics :

GOLD : The Golden Cosmological Surveys Decade

This 10-week programme on the Golden Cosmological Surveys Decade will be held at the new Institut Pascal, in Paris Orsay, from 1st April 2020 to 5th June 2020. The Institut Pascal provides offices, seminar rooms, common areas and supports long-term scientific programmes. 
 
GOLD 2020 will include a summer school, three workshops (on Lensing, Galaxy Clustering, Theory and Interpretation of the Data). 
In-between, an active training programme will be run. We plan to host around 40 people for the whole programme, plus around 30 scientists during the workshops. 
Whether you are a PhD, a postdoc, a senior scientist and are interested in attending this programme, you can now apply. Deadline for applications: 1st October 2019.

 

 

Euclid joint meeting: WL + GC + CG SWG + OU-LE3

Dates: February, 3 - 7, 2020

Organisers:  Martin Kilbinger, ...

Venue: Institut d'Astrophysique de Paris (IAP),  98bis bd Arago, 75014 Paris.

Local information: http://www.iap.fr/accueil/acces/acces.php?langue=en

Contact: martin.kilbinger@cea.fr


Registration

Please add your name to the following google doc if you are planning to attend the meeting.

https://docs.google.com/document/d/17Hn8Z6LH54fJDbDY2uQPtZPauZotm6IsnNC4LbBcmII/edit?usp=sharing

There is no registration fee. Coffee and snacks will be provided for the breaks. For lunch, participants are invited to go to the nearby restaurants, shops, or imbiss stands
(see http://www.iap.fr/vie_scientifique/colloques/Colloque_IAP/2018/i-practicalinfo.html#lunch for some ideas).

 

 

WORKSHOP ON COMPUTATIONAL INTELLIGENCE IN REMOTE SENSING AND ASTROPHYSICS

The workshop on Computational Intelligence in Remote Sensing and Astrophysics (CIRSA) aims at bringing together researchers from the environmental sciences, astrophysics and computer science communities in an effort to understand the potential and pitfalls of novel computational intelligence paradigms including machine learning and large-scale data processing.

 

 

EuroPython 2019

Date: July 8-14 2019

Venue: Basel, CH

Website: https://ep2019.europython.eu/

Blog: http://blog.europython.eu/

Twitter: @europython

Conference App will be announced on the blog.

EuroPython is an annual conference hosting ~1200 participants from academia and companies, interested in development and applications of python programming language. It's also a good opportunity for students and postdocs who wish to find a job outside academia.

For more info, contact: Valeria Pettorino