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International Workshop on Machine Learning for Material Science attracted a multidisciplinary audience to Otaniemi

The workshop attracted roughly 90 early-stage researchers and scientists as well as industry personnel from ten countries.
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Aalto Science Institute (AScI) at Aalto University organized the International Workshop on Machine Learning for Material Science 8–9 March 2017 at Technopolis, Innopoli 3, Espoo, Finland. Five notable international speakers in machine learning and material science were invited for sharing their research work and experience in their fields. Participants’ backgrounds ranged from computer science to material science as well as computational physics and chemistry.

The workshop allowed some selected participants to present their work and further discuss science during the poster session. This event was fully funded and supported by Aalto University and Centre Européen de Calcul Atomique et Moléculaire (CECAM) Aalto node.

This workshop was part of the AScI thematic programme "Machine learning strategies for optimising frictional properties of materials" (MLMS / Friction).

View the workshop programme and download the report from the AScI website.

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