FunCausal 2023: Fundamental Challenges on Causality

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Eric Gaussier

Feb 1, 2023, 12:06:21 PMFeb 1
Dear All,

Please consider submitting a paper to FunCausal 2023 if you are interested in causality and willing to discuss novel methods for causal discovery and inference. The submission process is very light!

We are pleased to announce a colloquium on ‘'Fundamental Challenges in Causality'' to be held in Grenoble (France) from May 9th to May 12th. This colloquium will comprise a series of invited talks which will be given by:  Robin EvansHervé IsambertJakob RungeMichèle Sebag, Ilya Shpitser, Mihaela Van der Schaar and Kun Zhang

In addition, we invite papers on all aspects of causality. Accepted papers will be published online and presented within oral and/or poster sessions.

Submission guidelines
We allow submissions of any length between 2 and 6 pages, plus unrestricted space for references. All submissions must be in English, in PDF format, and in ACM two-column format. Suitable LaTeX and Word templates are available from the ACM website:

Authors should submit their papers via easy chair: Note that authors are encouraged to adhere to the best practices of Reproducible Research (RR), by making available data and software tools for reproducing the results reported in their papers. For the sake of persistence and proper authorship attribution, we require the use of standard repository hosting services such as dataverse, mldata, openml, etc. for data sets, and mloss, bitbucket, github, etc. for source code. Authors who submit their work to the colloquium commit themselves to presenting their paper at the colloquium if it is accepted. 

Important dates:
- Deadline for submissions: 31 January 2023 (23:59 AOE)
- Notifications to authors: 27 February 2023

Travel grants
A few travel grants (incl. accomodation) will be provided to students.

C. K. Assaad, E. Devijver, E. Gaussier, G. Goessler

Eric Gaussier
Grenoble University, LIG Laboratory
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