May 22-24, 2023
hosted by Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
Abstract submission closed
March 31: Deadline for abstract submission
April 14: Notification of abstract acceptance
April 30: Deadline for early registration
May 8: Deadline for regular registration
Group photo of participants at the first HydroML symposium, held May 2022 at Penn State.
The HydroML 2023 symposium will explore how AI/ML concepts can be used to enhance the predictive understanding of complex systems in hydrological and geological sciences. The overarching goal is to discuss process-based scientific principles that can help integrate AI/ML with earth system science. In essence, the symposium seeks to stimulate discussions that will help develop physically guided AI/ML approaches which are explainable, interpretable, and improve the mechanistic understanding of earth system science. It will foster collaborations among researchers who are both new to the field and already involved, thereby strengthening ties within the community of AI/ML researchers.
This symposium will be the second in a series, the first being held at Penn State University in May 2022.
Breakout Discussion Sessions
DL Tutorials and Hackathons
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