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What AIDA is about

AIDA brings a transformational innovation to the analysis of heliophysics data in four steps.
First, AIDA will develop a new open source software called AIDApy written in Python (a free language) and capable of collecting, combining and correlating data from different space missions. AIDApy wants to replace mission-specific tools written for costly languages (such as IDL) that exclude many scientists, students and amateur space enthusiasts from exploring the data, with a much-needed single platform where methods are shared and continuously improved by the whole community.

AIDA: a week full of events!

During this week (18 - 22 November 2019) partners of AIDA are involved in two events.

SC19 (SuperComputing19), Denver - Colorado (USA)

AIDA will be shown during the exhibition at Cineca booth 957, come to visit us!

ESWW, Liège -  Belgium

Posters and talks will be shown at ESWW with the advancements of the project:

- Unsupervised Learning [Poster by R. Dupuis  (arXiv:1910.10012)]

The first AIDA school: registrations are now open!

20-22 January 2020: the first Artificial Intelligence Data Analysis (AIDA) School for Heliophysicists.

Teachers: Morris Reidl (Jülich Supercomputer Center/ University of Iceland), Geert Jan Bex (Flanders Supercomputer Center), Peter Wintoft (Swedish Institute of Space Physics), AIDA consortium members.

Here the registration form.

Deadline for registration is November 29th 2019.

Waves Côte d'Azur

Nice, France, 4-7 June 2019

A transdisciplinary conference on nonlinearity and disorder in wave phenomena, from microscopic to physiologic and astronomical scales. 

WAVES CORE DAZUR

The conference will consist of several topical meetings and plenary sessions. Topical meetings will focus on: