NLDL 2022 : Northern Lights Deep Learning Conference 2022
Call For Papers
Call for Contributions: 5th Northern Lights Deep Learning Conference, 10-12 January 2022, Tromsø ("North Pole"), Norway.
Following tradition, we are organizing the 5th Northern Lights Deep Learning Conference (NLDL) on 10-12 January 2022 in Tromsø, Norway. We invite submissions presenting new and original research on all aspects of Deep Learning. The topics include but are not limited to the following:
* Architecture, concepts and optimization
* Deep learning for structured and unstructured data
* Graph neural networks
* Generative models
* Bayesian Deep Learning
* Lightweight / frugal Deep Learning
* Explainability and interpretability of Deep Learning models
* Computer vision
* Natural language processing
* Deep Learning for signals, images, 3D and hyperspectral images
* Deep Learning applications to biology and medicine
* Deep Learning application to environment and ecology
* Deep Learning applications to Physics
* Deep Learning for industrial applications
On the 10th of January, a mini deep learning school in form of tutorials will be held, followed by the main conference on the 11th and 12th.
Please see http://www.nldl.org for more information.
As always, we are happy to have top international speakers. This year, for instance
* Serge Belongie from Cornell University and Copenhagen University
* Zeynep Akata from the University of Tübingen and Max Planck Institute for Informatics
* Sophia Ananiadou from the University of Manchester
* Pierre Baldi from the University of California, Irvine
and more to come.
We are accepting two alternatives for contributions: (1) Full paper submissions (6 pages) will be presented either as orals or as posters and will be published in the conference proceedings**; (2) Extended abstracts (2 pages) will be presented either as orals or as posters (but not published in the conference proceedings). The review process is double-blind.
Deadline for both types of submissions: October 15th, 2021.
Instructions on template etc. can be found on http://www.nldl.org.
We hope to see many participants for a nice scientific gathering on the "north pole", including social events, and hopefully some northern lights 😊
** The Proceedings of NLDL are approved as a level 1 publication in the Norwegian national list of authorized research publication channels.
The NLDL 2022 organizing committee.