What's Happening Around the Hub

September 21-22, 2023
University of California, Irvine

Learn more at: https://sites.google.com/uci.edu/causg2d/

Past Events

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Secure Autonomy

June 2, 2022 - UC Riverside, Alumni & Visitors Center

The Workshop focussed on how to create autonomous systems that meet tight security constraints.

Plenary speakers included: Mani Srivastava, UCLA; Magnus Egerstedt, UCI; Jeffrey Hyde, LANL

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Computational Mechanics & Sciences

January 26-29, 2021 - Virtual Workshop

The Workshop focussed on computational mechanics and sciences relating to materials.  Key efforts of the workshop included building new and diversifying  current  multi-campus and laboratory collaborations, promoting gender balance in the field of computational mechanics and sciences and across relevant discipline and build new types of relations to scale up training programs and foster the diversity of the emergent workforce.

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Frontiers in Machine Learning for the Physical Sciences

October 26, 2020 - Virtual Symposium

A revolution is beginning, melding computationally enhanced science with machine learning in ways that respect and amplify both domains. The University of California's academic campuses and National Laboratories are at the forefront, but in different ways that would benefit from a dialog. This Workshop promoted that dialog in application to the physical sciences.

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Inclusive Pipeline & Recruiting Workshop

September 3, 2020 - Virtual Workshop

The Strategic and collective partnership to educate a diverse next generation of scientists and engineers for the national labs' workforce.

UC Irvine
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Nuclear and Materials Workshop

August 20, 2020 - Virtual Workshop

Motivated by LANL's Particle Futures and Materials for the Future Science pillars and LLNL interest in nuclear and materials sciences and engineering, the program consisted of LANL leadership presentations, a student career session, and breakout sessions for participating faculty and scientists to find mutual areas of strategic overlap for possible partnerships across the three UCs and national labs.

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