Artifical Intelligence in Life Sciences

Neural networks are already being used in the interdisciplinary field of life sciences. In this student event, we give three experts the stage to shed light on the topic from their perspective. Do you want to know how they use AI, and how AI might change research and studying in the future?

Th, 29.06.2023 18:30  –   Th, 29.06.2023 22:00
Carsten Marr, Steffen Rulands, Oliver Trapp

Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich, Geschwister-Scholl-Platz 1, 80539 Munich, Germany
N 020, Kleiner Physikhörsaal
room can be accessed also via Amalienstraße
Registration required
Event partner:
JungChemikerForum Munich (JCF), Junior-Gesellschaft für Biochemie und Molekularbiologie Munich (jGBM)
Contact person:
Monique Honsa,
DPG Association:
Working Group Young DPG  



18.30  Opening remarks

18.45  AI in biology - Carten Marr (Helmholtz Institute of AI for Health)

19.15  AI in chemistry - Oliver Trapp (Faculty for Chemistry and Pharmacy at the LMU Munich)

19.45  short break

19.55  AI in physics - Steffen Rulands (Arnold Sommerfeld Center for Theoretical Physics)

20.25  Discussion between the invited guests: AI in life sciences

20.45  Questions from participants