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NIPS 2013 Call for Workshops

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NIPS*2013 Post-Conference Workshops
Mon December 9 and Tue December 10, 2013
Hotels Harrah's and Harveys Lake Tahoe, Nevada, USA

Following the NIPS*2013 main conference, workshops on a variety of current
topics will be held on Monday December 9 and Tuesday December 10, 2013, in
Lake Tahoe, Nevada, USA. We invite researchers interested in chairing one of
these workshops to submit workshop proposals. The goal of the workshops is to
provide an informal forum for researchers to discuss important research
questions and challenges. Controversial issues, open problems, and
comparisons of competing approaches are encouraged as workshop topics. There
will be seven hours of workshop meetings per day, split into morning and
afternoon sessions, with free time between the sessions for individual
exchange or outdoor activities.

Potential workshop topics range from Neuroscience to Bayesian Methods to
Representation Learning to Kernels to Clustering, and include Application
Areas such as Computational Biology, Speech, Vision or Social Networks.
Detailed descriptions of previous workshops may be found at:
http://nips.cc/Conferences/2012/Program/schedule.php?Session=Workshops

Workshop organizers have several responsibilities, including: Coordinating
workshop participation and content as well as providing the program for the
workshop in a timely manner for the workshop booklet. The expected deadline
for submitting final workshop programs is October 30, 2013. The booklet will
be submitted for hardcopy printing a few days after this deadline. Hence it
is important for the workshop schedules to be as complete as possible by that
time. 


Submission Instructions

A nips.cc account is required to submit the Workshops application. Please
follow the URL below and check the required format for the application well
before the proposal deadline. You can edit your application online right up
until this deadline. We have funding to video record a limited number of
workshops for later online viewing. Workshop proposals should state if they
wish their workshop to be recorded.

Interested parties must submit a proposal by
**23:59 UTC on Friday August 2nd, 2013**.

Proposals should be submitted electronically at the following URL:
https://nips.cc/Workshops/

Preference will be given to one-day workshops that reserve a significant
portion of time for open discussion or panel discussion and to workshops with
a greater fraction of confirmed speakers. We suggest that organizers allocate
at least 50% of the workshop schedule to questions, discussion, and breaks.
Past experience suggests that workshops otherwise degrade into
mini-conferences as talks begin to run over. Organizers should explicitly
state the expected fraction of time for discussion & questions and the
expected number of talks per day at the end of the proposal. 

We would like to attempt to partially unify the NIPS workshop important dates
across all of the workshops. Therefore, please consider using the following
date guidelines for your workshop in order to provide program information in
time for publication:

We suggest workshop organizers to adopt the following schedule:

*   Workshop acceptance notification will be on August 14th, 2013
*   Your workshop should be publicized on or before August 21st, 2013.
*   Submission deadline should be on or before October 9th, 2013.
*   Acceptance decisions should be mailed out on or before October 23th, 2013.
*   Submit finalized workshop program on or before October 30th, 2013.

NIPS does not provide travel funding for workshop speakers. In the past, some
workshops have sought and received funding from external sources to bring in
outside speakers. The organizers of each accepted workshop can name two
individuals to receive free workshop registration.

Please note that unlike previous years, this year the main conference runs
Thursday-Sunday and the workshops will be held on Monday and Tuesday.

Please feel free to contact us if you have any questions:
<[log in to unmask]>

Rich Caruana and Gunnar Rätsch
NIPS*2013 Workshops Chairs

Web URL: http://nips.cc/Conferences/2013/CallForWorkshops

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