Covers: application of Machine Learning in Physics
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Questions this item addresses:
  • How can we use ML to solve a physics problem: turbulence modelling?
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This video introduces how ML is used in physics - specifically, fluid mechanics. The presenter discusses the use of autoencoders for PCA, and custom deep neural networks for closure modelling.

This is a great introduction to how ML is applied to the broad field of physics.

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Steve Brunton
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Machine Learning in Physics

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Total time needed: ~2 hours
Objectives
This recipe introduces Machine Learning in Physics. It describes the motive for applying ML in physics, and discusses current progress and challenges in the field with detail.
Potential Use Cases
Incorporating physics into ML models, Using ML models to learn physics
Who is This For ?
INTERMEDIATEPhysics researchers, machine learning engineers incorporating physics
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ARTICLE 1. Introduction to Machine Learning for Physics
  • How do you teach physics to machine learning models?
10 minutes
PAPER 2. ML in Physics and the Physics of Learning
  • What are the challenges of applying ML to Physics? How can ML Models leverage physical laws? What kind of models are used for each physics problem?
30 minutes
VIDEO 3. Application of ML in Fluid Dynamics
  • How can we use ML to solve a physics problem: turbulence modelling?
20 minutes
ARTICLE 4. Algorithm for backpropagation
  • Pseudocode for Back Propagation
20 minutes
VIDEO 5. Intuitive understanding of Backward Propagation
  • What is Forward Propagation?
  • What is Backward Propagation?
10 minutes
OTHER 6. Convolutional Neural Network
  • What is a convolutional neural network?
10 minutes
BOOK_CHAPTER 7. Encoder-Decoder network explained
  • What is encoder- decoder network ?
30 minutes

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