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7月27日 Advances in Big Data Machine Learning for Fusion Energy Applications
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  题  目:Advances in Big Data Machine Learning for Fusion Energy Applications

  报告人:Prof. William Tang (Princeton University/PPPL)

  时  间:2017年7月27日(星期四)  10:00—11:00

  会议链接地址:  https://zoom.us/j/4677956119

  摘  要:

  Building the scientific foundations needed to develop fusion power in a timely way can be facilitated not only by familiar “hypothesis-driven”/ first principles approaches but also by engaging modern big-data-driven statistical methods featuring machine learning (ML) -- an exciting R&D approach that is increasingly deployed in many scientific and industrial domains. An especially time-urgent and very challenging problem facing the development of a fusion energy reactor today is the need to deal reliably with large-scale major disruptions in magnetically-confined tokamak systems such as the EUROfusion Joint European Torus (JET) today and the burning plasma ITER device in the near future. Significantly improved methods of prediction with better than 95% predictive capability are required to provide sufficient advanced warning for disruption avoidance or mitigation strategies to be effectively applied before critical damage can be done to ITER. This truly formidable task in Fusion Energy Science (FES) demands accuracy beyond the near-term reach of hypothesis-driven /”first-principles” simulations that dominate current research and development in the field. Statistical ML methods trained on very large data sets hold significant promise for delivering the much-needed FES predictive tools that can be generalizable at the basic level to multiple application domains. In particular, signal data from the long-pulse pre-disruption phase of superconducting tokamak plasmas such as EAST is of significant interest to explore. In addition, the topic of ELM control as an extension of our ML capabilities is a viable and timely subject to also investigate.

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