Bhuvnesh Jain is organizing the “Summer 2020 data science hangout,” for Arts and Sciences undergraduate researchers
The summer 2020 hangout is intended for undergraduate students whose summer research involves quantitative analysis of datasets, including variants of machine learning.Read More
Robyn Sanderson's research on a "new stellar stream, born outside the Milky Way, discovered with machine learning"
Finding this new collection of stars, named after Nyx, the Greek goddess of night, was made possible using machine learning tools and simulations of data collected by the Gaia space observatory.Read More
It is incumbent on us all as a global community of scientists to actively participate in the diversification of science, technology, engineering and mathematics by directly and intentionally engaging those groups that are underrepresented in our individual fields.
The Penn Physics & Astronomy Department offers a variety of research opportunities that bring students of a range of academic levels to Penn.
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