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Digital twins represent the next step in our understanding of complex technical and natural systems. They represent a digital replica of real-life systems on all scales in structure, interactions and evolution over time.

Digital twins are more than models of reality, as they include direct inclusion of sensors and measurements and provide live feedback to their environment and include intelligent systems that interact with the real world. Digital twins thus break the boundary between the pure digital sphere and our daily experience.

Realizing digital twins of complex systems requires utilizing cutting-edge technologies. In this workshop we address the challenges of developing digital twins across scientific domains and in industry, showcasing the most promising approaches and discussing future prospects. We aim for sharing best practices and discuss the potential of technology solutions that cross the boundaries between application areas.

The workshop features key technology areas such as Exascale Computing, Human Machine Interaction, Machine Learning, Artificial Intelligence, Real Time Analytics and Feedback, Intelligent Infrastructures, Simulations, Visual Analytics, Streaming I/O, Scalable Online Analysis, Edge Computing, IoT, Autonomous Systems, and more.

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Topic: "Imaging-based phenotypic profiling for high-throughput chemical screening at the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency"

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https://ethz.zoom.us/j/62969143952?pwd=VUNGWG1NWml...

Meeting ID: 629 6914 3952
Password: 995158

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Host: Prof. Beate Escher / Department of Cell Toxicology
Venue: Zoom
Start: 3 pm

public event, participation without registration
english

Topic: "Reactivity-directed analysis (RDA): A novel approach for the identification of toxicants in (drinking) water"

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https://ethz.zoom.us/j/61707618041?pwd=Z1dtRzBaTjB...

Meeting ID: 617 0761 8041
Password: 862657

To log in, we do recommend to use the Zoom App rather than an internet browser or when using the browser to best type in the Meeting-ID & Passcode. This way there have been fewer problems with joining the meeting in the past.


Host: Prof. Beate Escher / Department of Cell Toxicology
Venue: Zoom
Start: 3 pm

internal public event, participation without registration

Vermittelt Studierenden und Promovierenden die Grundlagen der ökologischen Modellierung in einem 9-tägigen Intensivkurs.

public event, participation with registration
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