In the search for new physics at the Large Hadron Collider (LHC) it is necessary to simulate billions of high-energy collision events at high fidelity. One approach is to use accurate generative modeling to sample from latent space distribution. This project focuses on diffusion models as means of learning the latent structure to produce accurate multidimensional distribution of point cloud data of hits produced by particle interactions with the detectors.
Total project length: 175/350 hours.
Please use this link to access the test for this project. The test is due by April 3rd, however please keep in mind that it takes about 1 week to craft a good proposal and proposals need to be submitted via GSoC portal by April 4
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