Call for Workshops
The ACML 2022 organizing committee invites proposals for workshops to be held physically and/or virtually along with the conference on Dec. 12th, 2022.
The conference aims at providing a leading international forum for researchers in machine learning and related fields to share new results, ideas and discuss emerging topics.
We invite proposals for workshops on machine learning and related fields. Joint tutorial-workshop proposals are also highly encouraged (see also Call for Tutorial proposals, for additional details). The proposals could focus on showcasing original research from Asia. Submissions from under-represented groups/regions are especially welcome.
ACML will provide some support for online tools required to hold a virtual workshop, and physical constraints are to be discussed with local organisers post acceptance.
A workshop proposal should include the following:
- Title and abstract
- Overview and outline of the workshop (2.5 hours)
- Secured and potential invited speakers
- Previous experience organizing a workshop (if any)
- Brief bio of organizers
- Clear plans on the handing of the possible combination of physical and virtual workshops (e.g., details of tools, what can only be done locally, etc.)
- A statement on diversity and inclusion (especially regarding the virtual aspect)
Proposals and questions should be submitted to workshop co-chairs Cheng Soon Ong and Aditya Krishna Menon, at chengsoon.ong [at] anu.edu.au and adityakmenon [at] google.com.
- Sep. 14, 2022: Workshop proposals due (Anywhere on Earth time)
- Sep. 21, 2022: Acceptance notification
- Nov. 23, 2022: Workshop material/website due (AoE)
- Dec. 12, 2022: ACML workshops