Machine Learning for Science – A Youtube Series

I’m starting a new project, where I take concepts from machine learning for science and do a short and focused deep dive into that topic. Why? I think modern data science and machine learning techniques, as well as, experiment design and systems thinking can benefit a wide range of scientists. I appreciate professors uploading their […]

A human artificial neural network, BeatSaber, and proper Time Series Prediction – Friday Faves

Excuse the break, but I had my thesis to finish, but that is the topic for another post. In this Friday Faves, we have a solid mix of a human neural network, playing BeatSaber without VR headsets using machine learning, and a new scikit for time series learning. The Stilwell Brain The series Mind Field […]

I like oxygen – Explaining #teamtrees

I woke up to my Youtube subscriptions exploding with the hashtag #teamtrees. What is Team Trees? The youtube phenomenon MrBeast recently reached 20 million subscribers, which lead to an idea going viral. People spammed MrBeast to plant 20 million trees to celebrate. So he assembled some friends. Now. During the climate strike, I’ve heard my […]

Research Talk — Deep Learning for 4D Pressure Saturation Inversion [Youtube]

I presented in Amsterdam during the Practical Reservoir Monitoring Workshop in Amsterdam. This is the accompanying video. Abstract In this work, we present a deep neural network inversion on map-based 4D seismic data for pressure and saturation. We present a novel neural network architecture that trains on synthetic data and provides insights into observed field […]

Geysers in Slow Motion

Geysirs are a force of nature. Even as a kid I knew about Old Faithful and mind you it’s across the Atlantic for me. A natural system that produces a clock like massive effect just seems magical. Luckily, the YouTube channel “Slow Mo Guys” went to Iceland and filmed a Geysir. The name may give […]