As thunderstorms rumbled across the region, fifty-six high energy physics graduate students and twelve presenters from across the United States, as well as from India, Pakistan, France, and Norway, gathered at the Princeton Center for Theoretical Science (PCTS) to attend the Computational and Data Science School for High Energy Physics, or...
In scientific research, results don’t just have to be good—they have to be reproducible. Members of the PICSciE-affiliated research team are achieving both, as they apply a deep-learning AI approach to the problem of disruption forecasting in tokamak fusion plasmas.
The earliest maps of the world date to classical antiquity, an era when many still conceived of the Earth as flat. We’ve come a long way since in our understanding, and yet the ground beneath our feet has remained ever-mysterious--until now.