Deep Learning for the Earth Sciences
Deep learning methods have only recently made their way into the earth science programs taught at universities. A new book titled Deep Learning for the Earth Sciences provides a comprehensive overview of how these methods can be applied to the earth sciences, through contributions by a broad panel of international experts. EPFL professor Devis Tuia is one of the book’s four editors.
“It's our duty to share the discoveries we make”
Two EPFL scientists – Georg Fantner, an associate professor, and Andrew Oates, the dean of the School of Life Sciences – recently published an article on how open science can be leveraged further in order to share discoveries and know-how with the scientific community.