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First Deputy Dean Tamara Voznesenskaya
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Deputy Dean for Methodical and Educational Work Ilya Samonenko
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Article
Convergence rates for empirical barycenters in metric spaces: curvature, convexity and extendable geodesics

Ahidar-Coutrix A., Le Gouic T., Paris Q.

Probability Theory and Related Fields. 2019.

Article
Machine Learning on data with sPlot background subtraction

M. Borisyak, N. Kazeev.

Journal of Instrumentation. 2019. Vol. 14. No. 08. P. 1-8.

Book chapter
Subspace Inference for Bayesian Deep Learning

Vetrov D., Izmailov P., Maddox W. J. et al.

In bk.: Proceedings of the 35th Uncertainty in Artificial Intelligence Conference (UAI-2019). 2019. P. 1-11.

Book chapter
The logic of action lattices is undecidable

Kuznetsov S.

In bk.: 34th Annual ACM/IEEE Symposium on Logic in Computer Science (LICS 2019). IEEE, 2019. Ch. 36. P. 1-9.

The International Master Class of CERN Was Held at the Faculty of Computer Science

During the event, students searched for the decay of charm quark D0 in the real data set. Then the average lifetime of the D0 was measured. At the end of the day a video conference with similar masterclasses at Pisa, Cagliari (Italy), Paris (France) and Rio (Brazil) was organized, where schoolkids were discussed the results of their work. Finally, an online excursion to the LHCb detector was done by one of the physicists based at CERN. 


This year, Russia joined the program. The worldwide participation reflects the international collaboration in particle physics. To simulate a real scientific working environment, each masterclass ends with a video conference, where student groups from different countries connect with two moderators at CERN or Fermilab (Batavia, Illinois, U.S.) to combine and discuss their results. They can also pick their moderators’ brains in a Q&A section. Most video conferences end with a multiple choice quiz on particle physics. More than 60 physicists have volunteered to moderate the video conferences at CERN or Fermilab.