Artificial Intelligence & Machine Learning Applications in Earth Science

August 27, 2021  9:30 AM - 5:00 PM

How can AI/ML help to secure water for the future?


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Sandi Lucero is inviting you to a scheduled Zoom meeting.

Topic: AI Research
Time: Aug 27, 2021 09:00 AM Mountain Time (US and Canada)

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9:30  AM              
Welcome & Breakfast  
10:00 AM
Introduction to the Hantush Deju Center
Dan Stephens
Interim Director 
Hantush Deju Center
10:30 AM
Machine Learning
for Non-Obvious Systems Behavior
Max Planck
Analysis for iCASA
New Mexico Tech
11:00 AM
Update on New Mexico Water Data
Stacy Timmons
Associate Director for Hydrogeology Programs
New Mexico Bureau of Geology & Mineral Resources
12:00 PM
Working Lunch - Overview of NCGR

Mucho Turkey Plus

Juicy slices of turkey breast, lean bacon, fresh avocado, sunflower sprouts, lettuce, tomato, cream cheese, and mayo on our nutritious multi-grain bread

The Veggie

Swiss cheese, cream cheese, cheddar cheese, sunflower sprouts, lettuce, cucumber slices, avocado, tomato, mayo and onions served on our fresh multi-grain bread.

Triple Treat Club

Ham, turkey, bacon, cheddar and Swiss cheese, mayo, lettuce, and tomato on               three slices of multi-grain bread

Chef’s Salad

Ham & Turkey slices blended with Swiss & cheddar cheese

Callum Bell
1:00 PM
Using Machine Learning
to improve earth system holding of snow in Arctic landscapes
Katrina Elanor Bennett
Los Alamos National Labs
1:30 PM
informed drainage network generation using
generative adversarial networks for inverse modeling
Hongkyu Yoom
Sandia National Labs
2:00 PM
New Mexico Tech Hydrology Program
AI Research Opportunities
Mark Pearson
Professor of Hydrology
New Mexico Tech
2:30 PM
3:00 PM
Opportunities for AI
in scaling hydrologic problems via geodetic measurements
Alex Rinehart
Assistant Professor of Hydrology
New Mexico Tech
3:30 PM
Machine Learning
approaches for simulating subsurface fractured systems
Hari Viswanathan
Los Alamos National Labs
4:00 PM
Open Discussion  
5:00 PM