From October 11-14, the JCNS Workshop 2022 was being held at the beautiful Evangelische Akademie Tutzing close to the lake of Starnberg. The general topic of the workshop was Trends and Perspectives in Neutron Scattering: Experiments and data analysis in the digital age.

Thankfully, I got invited as a speaker and had the opportunity to present our latest findings in a talk entitled AI-assisted neutron spectroscopy – Log-Gaussian processes for TAS. The questions and discussions after my talk were really pleasant and the feedback that I received during the whole week was great, constructive, and inspiring. With this momentum, I started right away to extend the comparison of our approach by including gpCAM, another approach for autonomous neutron and X-ray experiments. Anyone who is interested in the results of this comparison is welcome to contact me for an informal presentation and conversation.

I would like to thank the organizers for their invitation and the organization of this great workshop at this beautiful place.