The MLJC has recently worked in the field of Scientific Machine Learning and its applications, thanks to various Julia libraries developed by Chris Rackauckas, who is contributing to the development of #SciML with his great work.
Therefore, we suggest listening to his amazing talk on Continuous-Time Echo State Nets, which you can find below.
We are opening the recruitment for our projects starting February 2021. The groups that are open for participation are:
- Theoretical Machine Learning
- Natural Language Processing and Social Sciences,
- Machine Learning for Health and Brain Computer Interface.
These projects are intended to be both for beginner and experienced people. Beginners will have the opportunity to confront themselves with discussions with more experienced students. The final aim of these projects is to create innovative knowledge and materials, to participate in competitions, and to create a network of people with common interests.
You can find all the technical details of the projects here.
In order to participate to one or more of the groups, please fill the following form: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdvKcoS5qZCfA3D2V4XsHeSp6kzyI5L2FcQcJ2PVyEm0u3Eng/viewform?usp=sf_link
The deadline for the registration is the 15th February 2021.
In case of need of more information, feel free to contact us at: email@example.com
We hope to hear from you soon!
The MLJC Team