09:30–10:00
Welcome words DESY, Hereon, Helmholtz Munich
Beate Heinemann · Matthias Rehahn · Matthias Tschöp

10:00–10:20
Helmholtz AI and Helmholtz Imaging
Fabian Theis · Christian Schroer

10:20–10:30
AI research @ DESY
Judith Katzy · DESY, Germany

10:30–10:40
AI research @ Hereon
David Greenberg

10:40–11:10
On Vessels and Networks
Björn Menze · TUM · Germany

11:10–11:40
Validation: an underestimated challenge in AI-based image analysis
Annika Reinke · DKFZ · Germany

12:00–12:30
Machine learning for microscopy image analysis
Anna Kreshuk · EMBL · Germany

12:30–13:00
Generative AI – Revolutionizing Image Analysis & Synthesis
Björn Ommer · LMU · Germany

14:30–14:50
Why Openness and Reproducibility in Machine Learning matter
Lena Messerschmidt · Helmholtz Association · Germany

14:50–15:10
Generative Models for Fast Simulation of Showers in Highly Granular Calorimeters
Peter McKeown · DESY · Germany

15:10–15:30
Scaling data-intensive analytics with Heat: a Python library for massively-parallel array computing and machine learning
Fabian Hoppe · DLR · Germany

16:00–16:20
Reproducible scaling laws for contrastive language-vision learning using open-source LAION datasets and openCLIP
Jenia Jitsev · FZJ · Germany

16:20–16:40
Machine Learning for laser-plasma accelerators
Manuel Kirchen · DESY · Germany

16:40–17:00
Green Computing/sustainability
Peter Steinbach · HZDR · Germany

17:00–17:20
Highlights of the day