Computational Spectroscopy in the Age of the Extremely Brilliant Source: From Punch Cards to Artificial Intelligence - M. Retegan -

Start Date
13-11-2020 14:00
End Date
13-11-2020 15:00
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Anne-Françoise Maydew

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Patrick Bruno

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#ESRFscience Live Online Seminars

"Computational spectroscopy in the age of the Extremely Brilliant Source: from Punch Cards to Artificial Intelligence"

Friday, November 13th, 2:00 p.m.

Presented by Marius Retegan, ESRF scientist
At the end of August, the ESRF-EBS has entered in user service mode. To
support the unprecedented increase in the volume of data produced on the
beamlines, novel developments for online and offline data analysis have
started to be deployed. In what concerns computational spectroscopy,
these developments revolve around the democratisation of the tools used
to analyse the experimental data. In this webinar, I will give an
overview of how these tools have evolved over the years, what is their
current status, and what are the next steps to more tightly integrate
computations into the data acquisition workflows.

Please click here to watch the webinar in replay

Funding: The organisation of this online seminar series is supported by STREAMLINE, a European project funded by the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 870313.