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Machine Learning for Materials Science Workshop in May

The International Workshop on Machine Learning for Materials Science 2018 will be held on 03.-04.05. on the Otaniemi campus.

Milica Todorovic, Filippo Federici Canova, Adam Foster and Patrick Rinke will organise the International Workshop on Machine Learning for Materials Science 2018 on 03.-04.05. (Thu.-Fri.). The workshop will deepen the understanding of materials science, computational physics and chemistry as well as machine learning. 

The workshop will take place at "The Studio" at Aalto Design Factory of Aalto University (Betonimiehenkuja 5C, 02150 Espoo, Finland).

More information and a list of invited speakers click here.

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