Please join for the 6th Northern Lights Deep Learning Conference (NLDL) on 10-12 January 2023 in Tromsø, Norway, organized by Visual Intelligence and the UiT Machine Learning Group.
We look forward to gathering the deep learning community again in the cool arctic air for a physical conference, after two years online.
In addition, the NLDL winter school, which is a part of the NORA research school http://nora.ai, starts at Jan 9 and ends at Jan 13 and incorporates events during the main conference days. The winter school includes scientific topics, industry event, women in AI event, and transferrable skills. More information coming soon at http://www.nldl.org/winter-school.
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
Bayesian Deep Learning
Lightweight / frugal Deep Learning
Explainability and interpretability of Deep Learning models
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
As always, we are happy to have top international speakers. This year, for instance
Mark Girolami – University of Cambridge/Alan Turing Institute
Mihaela van der Shaar – University of Cambridge/Alan Turing Institute
Polina Golland – MIT
Christian Igel – University of Copenhagen
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. The proceedings are approved as a level 1 publication in the Norwegian national list of authorized research publication channels; (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: September 16th, 2022.
Instructions on template etc. can be found on http://www.nldl.org.
A tentative program will be available soon at http://www.nldl.org/ and will include keynotes, scientific talks, an industry event, a Women in AI event and social events.
We hope to see many participants for a nice scientific gathering on the “north pole”, including social events, and hopefully some northern lights
The NLDL 2023 organizing committee