Machine Learning for Jet Physics

from Monday, 11 December 2017 (01:15) to Wednesday, 13 December 2017 (18:00)
Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (2-100)

        : Sessions
    /     : Talks
        : Breaks
11 Dec 2017
12 Dec 2017
13 Dec 2017
AM
08:30 Registration   (2-100)
09:00 Welcome and Logistics - Benjamin Nachman Natalie Roe   (2-100)
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09:15 Jets and ML in Theory - Matt Schwartz (Harvard)   (2-100)
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10:00 Jets and ML in CMS (30'+15') - Markus Stoye (CERN)   (2-100)
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10:45 Jets and ML in ATLAS (30'+15') - Francesco Rubbo (SLAC)   (2-100)
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11:30 --- Lunch ---
09:00
Learning more about QCD (until 11:00) (2-100)
09:00 Introduction and Overview (15'+5') - Yang-Ting Chien (MIT)   (2-100)
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09:20 Machine learning in the Lund plane (15'+5') - Frederic Dreyer (MIT)   (2-100)
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09:40 A complete, linear basis for (machine) learning jet substructure (15'+5') - Mr Eric Metodiev (MIT)   (2-100)
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10:00 Linear jet tagging with the energy flow basis (15'+5') - Mr Patrick Komiske (MIT)   (2-100)
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10:20 Learning the Physics of Jet Evolution with a Recurrent Neural Network Part I (15') - Anders ANDREASSEN (Harvard)   (2-100)
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10:35 Learning the Physics of Jet Evolution with a Recurrent Neural Network Part II (15'+5') - Frye Chris (Harvard)   (2-100)
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11:00 --- Coffee break ---
11:30
Heavy Ions (until 12:30) (2-100)
11:30 Introduction and Overview (15'+5') - Peter Jacobs   (2-100)
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11:50 Identifying QCD transition using convolution neural network (15'+5') - Long Pang   (2-100)
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12:10 Probing heavy ion collisions using quark and gluon jet substructure with machine learning (15'+5') - Dr Raghav Kunnawalkam Elayavalli (Wayne State University)   (2-100)
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09:00
Learning from data (until 11:00) (2-100)
09:00 Introduction and Overview (15'+5') - Marat Freytsis (University of Oregon)   (2-100)
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09:20 "Planing" to expose what the machine is learning (15'+5') - Bryan Ostdiek (University of Oregon)   (2-100)
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09:40 Weak Supervision in High Dimensions (15'+5') - Eric Metodiev (MIT)   (2-100)
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10:00 Building an anti-QCD tagger (15'+5') - Jack Collins (University of Maryland)   (2-100)
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10:20 Adversarial Approaches (15'+5') - Kyle Cranmer (NYU)   (2-100)
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11:00 Discussion and Closeout   (2-100)
PM
12:30
Jet tagging (until 14:30) (2-100)
12:30 Introduction and Overview (15'+5') - Matt Dolan (The University of Melbourne)   (2-100)
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12:50 Recursive Neural Networks in quark/gluon tagging (15'+5') - Taoli Cheng (University of Chinese Academy of Sciences)   (2-100)
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13:10 Top tagging with jet constituents and Long Short-Term Memory (LSTM) networks. (15'+5') - Wojciech Fedorko (UBC) Dr Wojciech Fedorko (University of British Columbia)   (2-100)
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13:30 Deep(Boosted)Jet: Boosted jet identification using particle-level convolutional neural networks (15'+5') - Qu Huilin (UCSB)   (2-100)
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13:50 Deep-Learned Top Taggers from Images & Lorentz Invariance (15'+5') - Gregor Kasieczka (Uni Hamburg)   (2-100)
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14:10 Jets as graphs: W tagging with neural message passing (15'+5') - Isaac Henrion (NYU)   (2-100)
Paper
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14:30 --- Coffee break ---
15:00
Representing jets (until 17:00) (2-100)
15:00 Visualization Intro - Wes Bethel (LBNL)   (2-100)
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18:00 Workshop Dinner   ()
12:30 --- Lunch ---
14:00
Recent results in ML (until 14:30) (2-100)
14:00 Meta learning - Luke de Oliveira (LBNL/VAI Tech.)   (2-100)
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14:30 --- Coffee break ---
15:00
Experimental/Practical aspects of learning with jets (until 17:00) (2-100)
15:00 Introduction and Overview (15'+5') - Taylor Childers (ANL)   (2-100)
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15:20 Deep Neural Networks for whole, multi-jet event classification and generation (15'+5') - Wahid Bhimji   (2-100)
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15:40 Jet Response Prediction Using Jet Images (15'+5') - Mr Alexx Perloff (TAMU) Dr Raghav Kunnawalkam Elayavalli (Rutgers University)   (2-100)
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16:00 The Latest in GANs for Jet/Calo Simulation (15'+5') - Michela Paganini   (2-100)
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16:20 Machine Learning and Tracking inside Jets in ATLAS (15'+5') - William Mccormack   (2-100)
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14:00 Advanced Light Source Tour   (2-100)