AIRES 3 is currently planned as a hybrid meeting hosted by Oak Ridge National Laboratory, with a combination of in-person and virtual attendees, from April 26-28, 2022.
AIRES 3 is focused on user participation with the objectives of exploring current work in the use of machine learning for robust engineering and digital twins, identifying research challenges and investment areas, and developing collaborations among participants. The workshop will include:
With the goal of increased collaborations, AIRES 3 participants will be expected to actively contribute to the workshop including small group interactions and breakout sessions. In addition to providing basic personal and contact information during registration, participants will also provide their research interests and will be given the opportunity to propose a contributed talk or a short flash talk. Registration is free.
Participation is by invitation only. Requests to participate can be emailed to AIRES@ornl.gov.