Below is the bulletin you missed earlier this week.
Professor of Physics
The Blackett Laboratory
Imperial College London
It’s almost time to welcome you to the Fast Machine Learning for Science workshop in London. This bulletin contains some organisational information and TWO ITEMS which requite ACTION before you leave for London.
The workshop will be hosted in the Blackett Laboratory, Lecture Theatre 1. Please enter through the entrance at the corner of Prince Consort Road and Queen’s Gate (see map: https://www.imperial.ac.uk/media/imperial-college/visit/public/SouthKensingtonCampus.pdf). We will be there to welcome you from 8:30am on Monday.
The workshop talks begin at 9:30am. You can find the agenda here: https://indico.cern.ch/event/1283970/timetable/#20230925.detailed
Wifi access is available via eduroam. If you do not have an eduroam account we have guest accounts available. Please contact us for details, ideally before you arrive.
The Imperial College campus stores do not take cash, so please bring a credit card for lunches etc. In general unless you plan to go off the beaten track in London you will probably not need any cash (even for busses and the tube you can tap your credit card to travel without having to buy an actual ticket).
On Monday evening we will host a reception for attendees at the Ognisko Restaurant.
On Tuesday evening we will host a public lecture by Lupe Fiasco on creative use of Large Language Models. If you would like to attend this lecture please get your free ticket from this link:
Please sign up NOW — the event is first come, first served and there are a limited number of places. Also feel free to share this link with anyone else who may want to attend.
On Wednesday evening we will have the workshop dinner. The venue need to know our orders in advance, so please try and imagine what you will want to eat in a week’s time and choose from the menu here:
Please make your selections by THURSDAY this week. If you don’t fill this in you will get a choice made by the venue.
Please don’t hesitate to get in touch with us if you have any questions.
We look forward to seeing you in London next week.
Alex and Sioni
(for the organising and scientific committees)