Nov 17 – 18, 2022
Mercure Budapest Castle Hill
Europe/Budapest timezone

Scientific Program


November 17

09:00-09:15: Dr. István Szabó (NKFIH): Opening
09:15-09:50: Z. Fóris (Human Mind Project): Natural Language Understanding using the Concept Network Model
09:50-10:15: A. Horváth (PPKE): Preventing and restoring adversarial attacks in machine learning solutions
10:15-10:40: Han Dols (CERN): Accelerating Innovation: How CERN Technology Makes its Way into Society

10:40-11:10: coffee break

11:10-11:55: A. György (Deepmind): On the Role of Neural Collapse in Transfer and Few-Shot Learning
11:55-12:20: P. Kovács (ELTE): Spiking Variable Projection Neural Networks for Arrhythmia Detection
12:20-12:45: G.G. Barnaföldi (Wigner RCP): One Lab Many Projects -- Review of the Wigner Scientific Computing Laboratory

12:45-14:00: Lunch

14:00-14:35: P. Antal (BME): Bayesian (artificial) intelligence in the automation of science
14:35-15:00: Chang Liu (SZTAKI): UAVs collaborate with satellites in an early wildfire monitoring and rescue system
15:00-15:25: Z. Somogyvári (Wigner RCP): How to find a Unicorn: model free anomaly detection in time series

15:25-16:00: coffee break

16:00-16:35: Balázs R. Sziklai (KRTK): Testing Rankings with Cross-Validation
16:35-17:00: M. Szabari (ELTE): System identification with rational orthogonal functions
17:00-17:25: P. Posfay (Wigner RCP): Classifying ECG signlas using linear laws

18:00- social dinner


November 18:

09:00-09:15: Károly Solymár (TIM) Deputy State Secretary
09:15-09:50: Tommaso Calarco (PGI-8, Jülich): Building the second quantum revolution in Europe: from a flagship to a fleet
09:50-10:20: Yasser Omar (PQI, Lisszabon): The Revolution of Quantum Technologies
10:20-10:45: Tamás Kiss (Wigner RCP): Quantum Key Distribution: theory and practice

10:45-11:00: coffee break

11:00-11:25 Zoltán Zimborás (Wigner RCP): Simulation of quantum
computers via FPGA based data-flow engines

11:25-12:00: Anna Kaminska (Creotech Instruments S.A.) : Building quantum computers - engineering challenges
12:00-12:25: Mátyás Koniorczyk (Wigner RCP): No-signaling and quantum correlations from the applications' point of view
12:25-12:50: Zoltán Kolarovski (Wigner RCP): Piquasso: Simulating photonic quantum computers

12:45-14:00: Lunch


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