Joint USA-European Symposium on Machine learning, simulations and experiments for ultra-low-power materials and devices 2024

Spetses, Greece.July 7-12, 2024

Anargyreios and Korgialeneios School of Spetses (AKSS)

July 7-12, 2024

Experts in Machine Learning, Computational Materials Science, Materials Genome Initiative and Exa-scale Computing

This symposium will bring together more than 40 global experts in the fields of deep learning and quantum materials (theory, simulations and experiments) for an extensive five-day discussion geared towards the advancement of quantum materials research using AI techniques. The symposium will take stock of the ongoing research efforts under the banner of various machine learning methods and their applications to quantum materials research in order to leverage the upcoming leap in capability due to proposed exa-scale computing systems, AI and machine learning methods, novel material synthesis and characterization techniques and experimental facilities. Ultimate goal is to use deep learning methods to accelerate discovery of novel quantum materials for future technologies including quantum computing and information.

Structured panel discussions will also serve to establish collaborations and brainstorm about future challenges in this domain.

Symposium participants

  • Leni Bascones
  • Simon Batzner
  • Uwe Bergmann
  • Simon Billinge
  • Paulo Branicio
  • Jeremy Broughton
  • Ekin Dogus Cubuk
  • Pengcheng Dai
  • Pratibha Dev
  • Rosa Di Felice
  • Vikram Gavini
  • Stephan Haas
  • Rajiv Kalia
  • Alamgir Karim
  • Efthimios Kaxiras
  • Philip Kim
  • Alexander Kolesnikov
  • Ming-Fu Lin
  • Tom Linker
  • Despina Louca
  • Jagdish Narayan
  • Jeffrey Neaton
  • Kenichi Nomura
  • Satoshi Ohmura
  • Matthew Otten
  • Tomas Palacios
  • Michael Papka
  • Diana Qiu
  • Talat Rahman
  • Stephan Rosenkranz
  • Deepak Singh
  • Tess Smidt
  • Rick Stevens
  • Priya Vashishta
  • Paul Voyles
  • Cai-Zhuang Wang
  • Feng Ye
  • Paolo Zanardi

Meeting Agenda

Symposium Venue and Location

The meeting will be hosted at the Anargyrios and Korgialenios School of Spetses (AKSS), a historical and cultural heritage site on the island of Spetses, Greece.

The School, surrounded by pine forests and olive groves and embedded with beautiful gardens, regularly hosts a variety of international scientific and professional conferences, and other events (See PDF of the AKSS magazine).

Symposium Photos

Photographs from the symposium will be uploaded here soon.

Contact the Symposium Organizers

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Getting to Spetses

Spetses island lies 50 miles southwest of Athens (see map below) and is most accessible by ferry from the port of Piraeus in Athens. Schedules of the ferry from Piraeus to Spetses island can be found here . Ferry tickets (€ 40.5 each way) can be obtained online from Hellenic Seaways at

Note: Ferry outbound from Athens to Spetses Island runs between 8:30 am and 7:30 pm. Inbound ferry to Athens from Spetses Island run between 6:10 am to 8:05 pm. There are only 4-5 ferry per day. Please plan your trip accordingly.

Published on April 18th, 2024

Last updated on May 19th, 2024