Brief Ideas for the Data Science at LHC Workshop 2015
By Kyle Cranmer, Tim Head, jean-roch vlimant, Vladimir Gligorov, Andrew Lowe, Maurizio Pierini, Gilles Louppe, David Rousseau, Maria Spiropulu
The Data Science @ LHC workshop was a resounding success. We do not plan to have traditional proceedings tied to individual talks, but we do want to capture the ideas that were generated during the workshop. With that in mind, we want to try something new: we encourage you to submit contributions to the Journal of Brief Ideas. Each contribution is capped at 200 words, so this provides a lightweight method of recording ideas that came up during the workshop. They do not have to be tied to a particular talk or speaker, and you can even submit several ideas with a different set of authors. The goal is to lay the groundwork for new collaborations and follow up studies, not to document completed research. As this is a new way of doing things, please let us know what you think or if need help with anything. Each publication will receive a DOI so that it can be cited by other publications and collected by INSPIRE as contributions to the conference.
Important : fill in your brief ideas by 22 January.
Very important: please use this tag: DSLHC when composing the idea so that we can easily aggregate them.
Kyle Cranmer, Tim Head, jean-roch vlimant, Vladimir Gligorov, Andrew Lowe, Maurizio Pierini, Gilles Louppe, David Rousseau, Maria Spiropulu
Published: 22 Dec, 2015
See collection page for the conference: http://beta.briefideas.org/dslhc
Kyle Cranmer · 6 Jan, 2016