• Helmholtz AI Conference 2023 Helmholtz AI Conference 2023

    Helmholtz AI Conference 2023

Helmholtz AI Conference 2023

12-14 June 2023

Registration for virtual participation is still open!

Keep up with the latest developments and research results in AI!

We are inviting all AI enthusiasts and AI researchers to join the Helmholtz AI conference 2023 on 12-14 June 2023 in Hamburg hosted at the Deutsches Elektronen-Synchroton (DESY) and at the Kuppel-Hamburg. Our three day event will bring together method and domain specialists with a shared interest in Artificial Intelligence for discussing latest research results and use cases in applied AI/ML and for expanding your network.

Be part of our great conference, don´t miss the chance for a guided tour through DESY on June 12 evening and join our social event at the ship MS KOI on June 13 evening.

At the poster session this year, printed posters will be presented again, so each presenter will have his or her own time slot. Submit an abstract for your poster and win the Helmholtz AI poster prize!

This year's Helmholtz AI Conference is packed with great opportunities to showcase your work and expand your network in a collaborative and engaging way:

  • Join our first SCIENCE SLAM on 13 June! Thi event will be held during the Conference Dinner at the unique MS KOI. Read more about it here.
  • Join the UNCONFERENCE on 14 June within the Joint Day with Helmholtz Imaging at Kuppel Hamburg and experience the power of dynamic scientific collaboration! More information here.

You can find the complet program here.

Visit our conference website for more information and registration.

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When: 12-14 June 2023

Where: hybrid, Hamburg at Deutsches Elektronen-Synchroton (DESY) and at Kuppel-Hamburg.

Keynote Speakers:

  • Zeynep Akata: professor of Computer Science (W3) within the Cluster of Excellence Machine Learning at the University of Tübingen.
  • Max Welling, research chair and full professor in Machine Learning at the University of Amsterdam and Distinguished Scientist at Microsoft Research.