Workshops and Conferences

QCD Online Seminar: (TBD)

CNF2019 Symposium

August 12-13, 2019

Southeastern Universities Research Association Headquarters
Washington, DC

The aim of the symposium is to review the advances made by Center for Nuclear Femtography projects over the past six months, to identify new opportunities, and to frame a path forward for the activities of the center. The focus of the symposium is “Machine Learning and Revealing the Internal Structure of Nucleon and Nuclei.” The symposium will bring together members of the CNF teams, as well as researchers in nuclear physics, computation, machine learning and visualization from across Virginia and beyond. The first day will open with a session outlining the aims of the CNF, followed by invited interdisciplinary talks that develop the themes of the symposium. The second day will comprise talks by the CNF teams. The symposium will conclude with a panel discussion summarizing the progress made, identifying the key challenges going forward, and seeking new opportunities going forward.

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CNF2018 Symposium On Imaging And Visualization In Science

December 10-11, 2018

University of Virginia
Charlottesville, VA

The Symposium on Imaging and Visualization in Science will be held at the University of Virginia December 10-11, 2018. This symposium will bring together scholars and researchers from Virginia universities and research institutes to discuss recent developments and future opportunities in the imaging and visualization of scientific data. A major goal of this symposium is to establish collaborations for future research related to the Virginia Center for Nuclear Femtography. The Commonwealth of Virginia has funded the establishment of a Center for Nuclear Femtography to facilitate the application of modern developments in data science to the problem of imaging and visualization of sub-femtometer scale structure of protons, neutrons, and atomic nuclei. The Center will enable collaboration of nuclear scientists from Jefferson Lab and a broad and diverse set of faculty and researchers at Virginia universities, with benefits to both nuclear femtography and other disciplines or areas of research. A near-term goal of this symposium will be to establish collaborations in preparation for a program of summer visitors and exchanges in 2019 that will be the initial phase of the CNF.