The LHCP conference of 2018 was held in Bologna,
hosted at the San Domenico's Center, from the 4th to the 9th
of June. It is entirely focused on the Large Hadron Collider
(LHC) physics with the news and discoveries from the
corresponding experiments (mainly CMS, ATLAS, LHCb and ALICE).
My original contribution was a poster, named "Development of Machine Learning based muon trigger algorithms for the Phase2 upgrade of the CMS detector" and later published in the conference proceedings.
The ISGC conference was held in the Academia Sinica,
Taipei (Taiwan) and in 2019 was no exception (from the 31st of
March to the 5th of April 2019). The main theme of the
conference was "Efficient and safe processing of FAIR Open
My original contribution was an oral talk, named "Collection and harmonization of system logs and prototypal Analytics services with the Elastic (ELK) suite at the INFN-CNAF computing center" and later published in the conference proceedings.
The 2021 ISGC conference was held online, due to the Covid-19 pandemic,
(from the 22nd of March to the 26th of March 2021). The main theme of the
conference was "Challenges in High Performance Data Analytics: Combining Approaches in HPC, HTC, Big Data and AI".
My original contribution was an oral talk, named "Deep Learning fast inference on FPGA for CMS Muon Level-1 Trigger studies" and submitted to the conference proceedings.