W1. Quantum Physics and Machine Learning

Workshop organized by:
F. Caruso

 

This workshop will cover the fascinating very interdisciplinary field of machine learning and its more recent generalization to quantum information. Recurrent networks, reinforcement learning, Boltzmann machines, deep learning, and neural networks will be discussed in various scientific fields and from both foundational and technological perspectives.

On one side, machine learning does very successfully solve very hard problems as detecting anomalous events in live streams of sensor data, self-driving cars, speech recognition, natural language, vision, playing games, trading strategies, etc.
On the other side, quantum information science also teems with excitement. By manipulating single particles at a subatomic level, one is able to perform Fourier transformation exponentially faster or search in a database quadratically faster than the classical limit. A future quantum computer will break the security of all the currently encrypted messages, and quantum cryptography already shows instead of an unbreakable tool to faithfully transmit information at a commercial level.
But, what can quantum computing contribute to machine learning? We naturally expect a speedup from quantum methods, but what kind of speedup?
We will bring together experts from quantum computing and machine learning to discuss the latest progress in the rapidly growing field of quantum machine learning.

News

EPS-SNLP Meeting

The summer board meeting of the European Physical Society - Statistical and Nonlinear Physics Division (EPS-SNLP) will be held during the SigmaPhi2021 Conference

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SigmaPhi2021 Europhysics Conference

The European Physical Society (EPS) has recognized the SigmaPhi2021 as Europhysics Conference.

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EPS Researcher Grants

The European Physical Society and the SigmaPhi Conference support the following reserarch grants

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Workshops

W1. Quantum Physics and Machine Learning

Workshop organized by:F. Caruso

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W2. Data Science and Econophysics

Workshop organized by:P. Argyrakis and T. Di Matteo

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W3. Complex Networks: Hidden Geometry and Dynamics

Workshop organized by:B. Tadic and N. Gupte

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W4. Climate and Environments

Workshop organized by:- D. Hristopulos and D. Valenti - S. Blesic - P. Ditlevsen, M. Ghil, N. Boers and M. Rypdal

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W5. Statistical physics of biophysical systems

Workshop organized by: A. Deutsch and B. Hatzikirou

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W6. Statistical Physics of Glasses

Workshop organized by:G. Jug, A. Loidl and H.Tanaka

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W7. Fluctuation-Dissipation Theorem

Workshop organized by:F. Oliveira

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W8. Phase Transition and Topological Phenomena

Workshop organized by:- R. Citro and C. Guarcello - D.I. Uzunov

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W9. Non-Extensive Statistical Mechanics and Kappa Distributions

Workshop organized by:G. Livadiotis, M. Leubner and K. Dialynas

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Special Sessions

S1. Spin Glass Theory and Far Beyond

Special Session organized by G. Parisi and E. Marinari

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S2. Quantum Long-Range Interactions

Special Session organized by S. Ruffo and A. Trombettoni

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S3. Information Geometry and Deformed Statistics

Special Session organized by J. Zhang and H. Matsuzoe

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S4. Entropies and Correlations in Complex Systems

Special Session organized by V. Ilić, J. Korbel and S. Gupta

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Statistical and Nonlinear

Physics Division 

Politecnico di Torino

Italy

 

ISC - CNR

Roma, Italy

 

Technical University of

Crete Chania, Greece

 

Aristotele University of

Thessaloniki, Greece

 

N.C.S.R. Demokritos

Athens, Greece

 

University of Leuven

Belgium

University of Cagliari

Italy

 

AFEA Company

Athens, Greece

 

 

Entropy

MDPI publisher

 

 

EPJ B

edp Scince publisher