meetup: Merging Differential Equations and Deep Learning

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Price: $5.00 /per person

The Flatiron Institute

162 5th Ave (21st St) 9th Floor · New York, ny

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The Center for Computational Quantum Physics at The Flatiron Institute 162 Fifth Ave (entrance is on 21st Street, just West of Fifth Ave, 9th floor)

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Dr. Christopher Rackauckas, primary author of the JuliaDiffEq packages, Applied Mathematics Instructor at MIT, and Senior Research Scientist at University of Maryland, Baltimore, School of Pharmacy will present an introduction to how Julia's differentiable programming frameworks are bringing neural networks into differential equations and vice versa.

Seating is limited. Please arrive 6:00-6:15.