REGISTRATION IS NOW OPEN: Save the date for 12 - 14 June, 2024 in Düsseldorf!



AI has the power to accelerate discoveries and aid us in building a better tomorrow faster – as long as we share the invaluable knowledge we possess with others. Building upon the success of our last conference in 2023, this next edition is titled "Helmholtz AI Conference 2024: AI for Science." The event is scheduled to take place from June 12th to 14th at the CCD Congress Center Düsseldorf in Düsseldorf, Germany. 

The conference sessions will explore across-domain methods and applications in a variety of scientific fields, allowing for exchange between specialists, as well as showcasing the capabilities and promising outlooks of AI for science to the general audience. The program will feature two keynotes, a myriad of themed short talks discussing use cases, poster sessions and daily networking events. The conference is open to all AI researchers, industry representatives, AI enthusiasts and students in related fields.



Kyle Cranmer

Director of the Data Science Institute at University of Wisconsin-Madison, Professor of Physics, Statistics and Computer Science

Popularized a collaborative statistical modeling approach and developed statistical methodology, which was used extensively for the discovery of the Higgs boson at the LHC in July, 2012.

Smita Krishnaswamy

Associate Professor in Computer Science and Genetics at Yale University

Book author of “Design, Analysis and Test of Logic Circuits Under Uncertainty” with Igor L. Markov and John Hayes.

Take active part in the Helmholtz AI Conference 2024 - submit an abstract for a poster or a talk until April 14, 2024!


Beyond the regular sessions, much more awaits:

Prologue at Forschungs-Zentrum Jülich

  • The Helmholtz AI team at Forschungszentrum Jülich invites the Helmholtz AI Community for a Prologue Day on campus, for a full range of satellite events that go beyond the program of the main conference. We aim to offer an interactive platform where you can delve deeper into specific topics of applied AI, foster collaboration, and provide hands-on learning experiences. Pick your favourite workshop, tutorial, or hackathon!
    • When: June 11, 2024 
    • Where: Campus Forschungszentrum Jülich

Find all details and submit you proposals here.


The Helmholtz AI Unconference

Welcome to the second Helmholtz AI Unconference - experience the power of dynamic scientific collaboration!

  • Before the event starts in the morning of 12 June, submit your idea as an issue on GitHub and welcome your colleagues’ comments. On the day you will have the chance to pitch your topic in 1 minute to create themed discussion sessions, where small groups will meet to explore the submitted topics in more detail.

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