Join us on Monday 13. June 2022 18:30 CEST
organized via meetup
Machine Learning is about learning from data, Science is about modelling reality. Scientific Machine Learning combines both worlds: Build physics informed ml models, learn time series as dynamically systems, …
We are going to take tour through Julia’s SciML ecosystem. You can seamlessly combine Neural Networks (Flux.jl) with DifferentialEquations.jl (DiffEqFlux.jl) and probabilistic modelling (Turing.jl).
As usual in this series, you will get a beginner-friendly hands-on experience using a Jupyter-Notebook, with which you can try out SciML yourself and also experiment further afterwards. The material will be made available at the github repository GitHub - jolin-io/fall-in-love-with-julia: An introductory 101 series to get to know the power of Julialang
You do not need to prepare anything.
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P.S.: The link to the online tool will be made available 10 min before the actual start. Please join 5 min ahead, the session is going to start on-time, 18:30 CEST.