Events at Physics

<< Spring 2020 Summer 2020 Fall 2020 >>
Subscribe your calendar or receive email announcements of events

Events on Wednesday, June 17th, 2020

Thesis Defense
Theory and Simulations of Interacting Quantum Systems
Time: 10:00 am
Place: Virtual
Speaker: Baris Ozguler, Physics PhD Graduate Student
Abstract: Meeting number (access code): 191 018 356 Meeting password: gWPEBRrR425 (49732777 from phones) JOIN BY PHONE +1-415-655-0001 US Toll
Host: Maxim Vavilov (Advisor)
Add this event to your calendar
Physics ∩ ML Seminar
Deep Learning and Quantum Gravity
Time: 11:00 am
Place: Please register for this online event:
Speaker: Koji Hashimoto, Osaka University
Abstract: Formulating quantum gravity is one of the final goals of fundamental physics. Recent progress in string theory brought a concrete formulation called AdS/CFT correspondence, in which a gravitational spacetime emerges from lower-dimensional non gravitational quantum systems, but we still lack in understanding how the correspondence works. I discuss similarities between the quantum gravity and deep learning architecture, by regarding the neural network as a discretized spacetime. In particular, the questions such as, when, why and how a neural network can be a space or a spacetime, may lead to a novel way to look at machine learning. I implement concretely the AdS/CFT framework into a deep learning architecture, and show the emergence of a curved spacetime as a neural network, from a given teacher data of quantum systems.
Host: Gary Shiu
Add this event to your calendar