The 9th Asian Conference on Machine Learning (ACML 2017) solicits proposals for workshops to be held in conjunction with the ACML 2017 conference at Yonsei University, Seoul, South Korea. The workshops will be held on Wednesday, Nov. 15, 2017. The workshops will provide an excellent opportunity for researchers to discuss important research questions and challenges related to machine learning. We are looking for half-day or full-day workshop proposals.
- Workshop proposal deadline: 10 May, 2017
- Acceptance notification: 6 June, 2017
- Workshop paper submissions due (suggested): 20 Aug, 2017
- Workshop author notification (suggested): 10 Oct, 2017
- Workshop day: 15 Nov, 2017
Topics of Interest
Potential workshop topics include, but not limited to, all areas of machine learning, data mining and knowledge discovery, use of statistical methods in machine learning, big data, and information sciences. Workshop proposals that address controversial issues and open problems are also encouraged. Detailed descriptions of previous ACML workshops may be found in last year’s online schedule at: http://www.acml-conf.org/2016/conference/workshops/.
Content and Format
The ideal workshop will cover a compelling selection of current and upcoming research, include an impressive set of speakers and participants with diverse backgrounds, and contain contributed content. Research talks, discussion via panels, identification of open problems, and discussants are all great components to include.
Workshop proposals should be designed to cover a precise research topic, and to attract a reasonable sized audience.
The format, style, and content of accepted workshops are under the control of the workshop organizers and largely autonomous from the main conference. Workshops can either be for a full day, up to seven hours long split into morning and afternoon sessions, or for half a day (about three and a half to four hours). A significant portion of time should also be reserved for individual exchange, open discussion, or panel discussion. Workshop organizers are expected to manage the workshop content, invite experts in the domain, specify the workshop format, be present to moderate, and maintain a website for the workshop. Workshop registration will be handled centrally by the main conference.
Organizers of accepted workshops are expected to announce the workshop and disseminate the call for papers, maintain the workshop website, gather submissions, conduct the reviewing process and decide upon the final workshop program. They may also be required to prepare an informal set of workshop proceedings to be distributed with the registration materials at the main conference. Workshop organizers may choose to form organizing or program committees aiming to accomplish these tasks successfully.
Please provide information on the following points:
- Workshop title
- Goals of the workshop
- Main organizer's email address
- Format (3 hours half-day or 5 hours one-day)
- Organizer and co-organizers info and biodata
- Tentative list of invited or confirmed speakers
- Tentative schedule (may include invited talks, paper presentations, posters, panel discussions, etc)
- Tentative website URL
- Workshop history (is this the first edition of the workshop?)
Proposals should be submitted by emailing the answers to the above points to the chairs, Krikamol Muandet and Jihun Hamm: firstname.lastname@example.org
Proposals will be evaluated by the workshop chairs and conference organizers. Young and emerging areas are particularly welcome.
ACML 2017 Workshop Chairs
Krikamol Muandet and Jihun Hamm