ML4Oceans Summer School 2022
August 29 to September 2 2022
#oceans #training #artificialintelligence
The use of artificial intelligence is now crucial for environmental and climate issues, including oceanography. In this context, SCAI, ISCD and the Institut de l’Océan of Sorbonne Université joined forces to offer a transdisciplinary summer school for PhD and postdoctoral students.
20 students will be selected according to their academic background, their research subject & their motivation to participate in this school. The objective: to acquire knowledge and skills in AI applied to oceanography (marine biology – omics, imagery -, physics, modeling, etc.)
Programme (to be confirmed):
- Monday August 29: programming reminders and quick introduction;
- Tuesday August 30: biology-environment link (genomics, gradient boosting, distribution models). L Bittner & JO Irisson;
- Wednesday August 31: Derivation of poorly observed variables (satellite images of water color, SOM, filling by CNN). C Jamet & A Charantonis;
- Thursday September 1: Image classification (plankton images, CNN, vision transformers). JO Irisson, M Cord & H Touvron;
- Friday September 2: Dynamic modeling (marine ecosystem models, AI-informed physics). SD Ayata & P Gallinari.
- From August 29 to September 2, 2022
- SCAI, Sorbonne University, Paris, France
- Registration deadline: 31 May 2022
The use of artificial intelligence is now crucial for environmental and climate issues, including oceanography. In this context, SCAI, ISCD and the Institut de l'Océan of Sorbonne Université joined forces to offer a transdisciplinary summer school for PhD and postdoctoral students.
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