Speakers - 47th Intl. Nathiagali Summer College

Activity - I: Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence (20th - 25th June, 2022)

Talk Title
Ihsen Alouani The Polytechnic University of Hauts-De-France, France Embedded Machine Learning Trustworthiness: Security, Privacy and Beyond
Muhammad Awais Bin Altaf Lahore University of Management Sciences, Lahore, Pakistan 1. A Guide to Hardware Design for AI-based Biomedical Applications
2. On-Chip Energy-Efficient AI-based Neural Diagnostics: Advancing Neuroscience through Wearable Devices
3. Epileptic Seizure Detection and Prediction SoC: Where Machine-Learning Meets Patient-Specific Healthcare
Akel Hashim University of California at Berkeley, USA Introduction to Parameterized Quantum Circuits for Quantum Machine Learning
Syed Fawad Hussain Ghulam Ishaq Khan Institute of Engineering Sciences and Technology, Swabi, Pakistan 1. Multi-view learning: approaches and applications
2. Using Artificial Intelligence for social media analytics
Atif Mashkoor Johannes Kepler University Linz, Austria/Director at Sino-Pak Center for Artificial Intelligence Pak-Austria Fachhochschule, Haripur, Pakistan Artificial Intelligence and Software Engineering: Are We Ready?
Wajahat Qaz COMSATS University, Lahore, Pakistan 1. Building Machines With Consciousness
2. Transhumans and Artificial Intelligence: Power, Economics and Politics of Future
Rossi Setchi Cardiff University, UK 1. Human-Centred Robotics
2. Human-like AI
3. Computational Semantics
Irfan Siddiqi University of California at Berkeley, USA Teaching Machines Quantum Mechanics
Muhammad Shafique New York University, Abu Dhabi, UAE 1. Embedded Machine Learning: Applications, Challenges, and Current Trends
2. Designing Energy and Performance Efficient Edge AI and Tiny ML
3. Neuromorphic Computing and Spiking Neural Networks: Design and Optimization
4. Dependability and Security for Machine Learning Systems
Theocharis Theocharides University of Cyprus, Nicosia, Cyprus Edge Computer Vision and its Potential in Dynamic Monitoring and Big Data Analytics
Andrew Ware University of South Wales, UK The Pandemic’s Catalytic Impact on the use of AI and ML in Healthcare
Christian Weis Technische Universität Kaiserslautern, Germany The Role of memories in AI/ML with emphasis on DRAMs

Activity - II: High Power Laser Systems and Applications (20th - 25th June, 2022)

Talk Title
Hamad Ahmed Rutherford Appleton Laboratory, UK 1. Laser-driven ion acceleration for multidisciplinary applications
2. Heavy-ion acceleration using high power lasers
3. Ultrafast proton radiography of electric and magnetic fields in plasmas
Aarón José Alejo Alonso University of Santiago de Compostela, Spain 1. Laser-driven neutron sources

2. Laser-driven ion acceleration at high repetition rates, and its application to radioisotope generation
Damitri Batani University of Bordeaux, France Inertial Confinement Fusion: recent results and perspectives
Katarzyna Batani Institute of Plasma Physics and Laser Microfusion (IPPLM), Warsaw, Poland. Generation of transient strong shocks by fs- lasers
Alessandro Curcio Tro de Láseres Pulsados Ultracortos Ultraintensos | CLPU, Spain 1. Laser-matter interaction at relativistic intensities
2. Radiation Mechanisms & Plasma-Wakefields generation
3. Electron Plasma-Acceleration & Secondary Photon Sources
4. Applications of laser-produced electron and photon beams
Sulaiman Wadii Harun University of Malaya, Malaysia 1. Introduction to photonic technology and applications
2. Recent development on fiber laser research
3. Recent Advances in ultrashort pulse fiber laser
4. High power fiber laser and laser welding
Andrea Macchi The National Institute of Optics (CNR/INO), Italy 1. "Extreme" light-matter interaction: basics & "relativistic" optics
2. Plasma waves in a different frame: a tutorial for wakefield acceleration
3. Light sails: accelerating ions by radiation pressure
4. Surfing the surface wave: new acceleration schemes
Chang Hee Nam Gwangju Institute of Science and Technology (GIST), South Korea. Current Status and Prospect of Ultrahigh Power Lasers
Do Young Noh Gwangju Institute of Science and Technology (GIST), Korea Ultrafast X-ray Applications
Jens Osterhof Deutsches Elektronensynchrotron, Desy, Germany Compact plasma-based particle accelerators and applications driven by intense lasers and beams
David Rilley Queens University of Belfast, UK Generation of shock waves with high power lasers
Paolo Tomassini ELI-NP, LDED, Romania 1. Introduction to the Laser Wake Field Acceleration
2. High-quality electron beams and LWFA scaling laws
3. X/gamma sources from LWFA electron beams and electrons/photons medical applications
Luca Volpe University of Salmanica and CLPU, Spain Laser-driven Protons generation and transport in extreme plasmas

Activity - III: Recent trends in 3D Printing (27th June - 2nd July, 2022)

Talk Title
Friedrich Bähr University of Stuttgart, Germany 1. The ADDITIVE Revolution of the Production
2. From 1 Piece to 1000
3. Good Piece, Bad Piece
4. The Next Level of High-Performance Parts Made by Fused Deposition Modeling (FDM)
Mustafa Güden Izmir Institute of Technology, Urla, Izmir, Turkey 1. The orientation (inclination) dependent tensile properties of SLM-316L: experimental and numerical approach
2. The quasi-static and high strain rate dependent mechanical behavior of SLM-316L and its constitutive relation
3. Compression behavior of BCC EBM-Ti64 lattices with different strut diameters: experiments and model
B The constitutive relation of EBM-Ti64
Ants Kallaste Tallinn University of Technology, Tallinn, Estonia 1. Electromagnetic Design of Electrical Machines for 3D-printing
2. Topology Optimization of Electrical Machines for 3D-printing
3. Utilization of Additive Manufacturing in the Thermal Design of Electrical Machines
Ahmed Jawad Qureshi University of Alberta, Edmonton, Canada  
Yusuf Usta Gazi University, Ankara, Turkey 1. Copying of the trabecular structure of a bone by AM for implant technologies
2. Heat treatments of steel based AM parts
Toomas Vaiman Tallinn University of Technology, Tallinn, Estonia 1. Introductory lecture on additive manufacturing possibilities of electrical machines, and the recent research & development activities of EMG group-TALTECH
2. Mathematical Modeling of Electrical Machines for Additive Manufacturing
3. The Material Characterization and Evaluation for Additively Manufactured Electromagnetic Materials

Activity - IV: Advances in Quantum Technologies (27th June - 2nd July, 2022)

Talk Title
Kevin O’Brien Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA 1. Superconducting Quantum Processor Design
2. Low Noise Traveling-Wave Microwave Amplifiers
3. Novel Superconducting Qubits and Couplers
Luiz Davidovich Federal University of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil How Quantum Physics can help in making better sensors: an introduction to Quantum Metrology
1. Optical interferometers, shot-noise, and Heisenberg limits
2. The Fisher information
3. Noisy quantum-enhanced metrology
4. Energy-Time uncertainty relation and experimental results
Kadir Durak Özyeğin University, Turkey 1. The cryptographic security threats with quantum computer assisted attacks and QKD
2. Prepare and Measure (PaM) and entanglement based protocols: Advantages, challenges, solutions
3. Quantum cryptanalysis: security concerns of QKD systems and corresponding precautions
4. Entanglement beyond QKD: Quantum sensing and imaging applications
Saleem Ghaffar Rao King Fahd University of Petroleum and Minerals, Saudia Arabia 1. An Introduction to Quantum Error Correction
2. Surface Code Quantum Error Correction
3. Introduction to Bosonic Quantum Error Correction
Michael Hatridge University of Pittsburgh, USA 1. Parametric Controls in superconducting quantum systems
2. Modular quantum computing in superconducting quantum systems
Akel Hashim University of California at Berkeley, USA 1. Quantum noise and errors, and how to represent them
2. Quantum characterization, verification, and validation: measuring the performance of quantum computers via randomized benchmarks
3. Enhancing the performance of quantum computers via randomized compiling
Irfan Siddiqi University of California at Berkeley, USA 1. The Dawn of the Quantum Information Era (Salam Memorial Lecture)
2. Chipping Away at the “N” in NISQ-era Quantum Computers
3. Implementation of a Canonical Phase Measurement with Quantum Feedback
4. Measuring Non-Commuting Observables in Quantum Mechanics
Dawei Wang Zhejiang University, Hangzhou, China Quantum simulation in superradiance lattices

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