Developing advanced methods for large scale, multi-modal, and streaming data analysis
Understanding how architectures and systems can tackle the challenges posed by data-intensive computing
Expertise in operating large-scale computational science, data management, and analysis infrastructure
Driving research and development of new methods and tools to extract knowledge from Big Data
A collaborative laboratory for advanced algorithm development and optimization
Brookhaven Lab's Computational Science Initiative, known as CSI, excels at integrating computer science, applied mathematics, and computational science with broad domain expertise to tackle problems and advance knowledge impacting scientific discovery.
CSI has long focused on timely analysis and interpretation of high-volume, high-velocity heterogeneous data, providing solutions for the national and international scientific community. These efforts now are being augmented by CSI's growing high-performance computing capabilities.
CSI takes a multidisciplinary, collaborative approach to its research, targeting challenges in cooperation with fellow researchers in science, national security, and industry—both at home and abroad.
We measure success by the transformational impacts we bring to how research is conducted and the advances we introduce to fundamental disciplines such as mathematics, data analysis, and computer science.
APR
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Wednesday
CSI Q Seminar
"CANCELLED Quantum-driven classical optimization"
Presented by Helmut Katzgraber, Microsoft Research
1:30 pm, Training Room, Bldg 725
Wednesday, April 8, 2020, 1:30 pm
Hosted by: Layla Hormozi
The advent of the first useful quantum computing devices has resulted in an arms race with classical algorithms on traditional computing hardware. While near-term quantum devices might revolutionize, e.g., optimization and quantum chemistry, tackling many applications will directly depend on either hybrid or purely classical computing techniques. Inspired by these recent exciting developments, a variety of new classical algorithms have emerged. In this talk an overview on quantum inspired methods and their applications is given.
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