Aug 19 – 21, 2024
Lundbeck Auditorium
Europe/Copenhagen timezone

We are looking forward to welcoming you to the first HAMLET-PHYSICS Conference/Workshop, to be held in sunny Copenhagen, August 19 - 21, 2024.


The workshop has three main goals:

1. To bring together Danish and international physicists using ML to meet, share ideas, and build community across location and physics specialty

2. To bring domain scientists into close contact with ML experts, to build community across the theory - application bridge

3. To provide a friendly environment for researchers to share best practices, for students to interact with experts, and for other sciences and industry to understand the state of ML in physics

Scientific Program

  • Keynotes, plenaries and parallels
  • Discussions and (AI-assisted) research speed-dating
  • Beer talks and train-ride chats
  • Hackathons and demonstrations from experts in high performance computing and machine learning

Confirmed speakers include Thea Aarrestad (ETH Zurich), Savannah Thais (Columbia University) and Petar Velickovic (DeepMind, remote).

Abstracts are open for contributions at the intersection of machine learning and

  • Particle physics
  • Astrophysics and cosmology
  • Quantum physics
  • Biophysics
  • Climate science
  • Geophysics
  • Molecular physics
  • Condensed matter

This is not an exhaustive list. We warmly welcome all submissions for talks, suggestions and ideas, and will strive to accommodate all submissions.

Important Dates

  • Registration & abstract submission opens: May 10, 2024
  • Abstract deadline: July 12, 2024
  • Notification of talks: July 15, 2024
  • Program online: July 17, 2024
  • Registration deadline: August 2, 2024
  • Scientific program of the conference begins August 19, 09.00
  • Scientific program of the conference ends August 21, 16.00

Abstracts submitted after the deadline will be considered on a case-by-case basis.

Social Program

Monday August 19th will feature a reception event around Niels Bohr's Office.

On Tuesday evening August 20th, the workshop will take to the rails: A heritage 1950s Norwegian State Rail diesel locomotive will take workshop attendees from Copenhagen (Østerport Station) to Kronborg Castle in Helsingør (location of Shakespeare's Hamlet tale).

While on board, refreshments will be served, and breakout sessions will occur according to attendees research areas of interest. A visit of Kronborg will be included, along with an open-air conference dinner in Helsingør. 


International Advisory Committee

  • Adriano Agnello (STFC)
  • Benjamin Nachman (Berkeley)
  • Daniel Whiteson (UC Irvine)
  • David Rousseau (Paris XI)

National Advisory Committee

  • Allan Peter Ensig-Karup (DTU)
  • Mads Toudal Frandsen (SDU)
  • Sofie Marie Koksbang (SDU)
  • Manuel Meyer (SDU)
  • Alessandro Lucantonio (Aarhus University)

Local Organizing Committee

  • Daniel Murnane (NBI)
  • Troels Petersen (NBI)
  • Inar Timiryasov (NBI)
  • Stefan Pollok (DTU)
  • Oswin Krause (DIKU)
  • Troels Haugbølle (NBI)


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Lundbeck Auditorium
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