Call for Papers.
Submission Deadline: September 15, 2019
The workshop welcomes both theoretical and applied research, in addition to novel data sets and evaluation protocols. Whilst the majority of the NeurIPS-related work in this area comes from Deep Reinforcement Learning, we will not limit the workshop to only such approaches. More specifically, we welcome papers that include (but are not limited to):
Instructions to Authors
Submissions of technical papers can be up to 8 pages excluding references and appendices. Short or position papers of 2 to 4 pages are welcome. All papers must be submitted in PDF format, using the NeurIPS 2019 author kit. Papers will be peer-reviewed and selected for oral or poster presentations at the workshop. Attendance is open to all, and at least one author of each accepted submission must be present at the workshop.
Reviewing will be blind to the identities of the authors, meaning that your paper should not contain the names or affiliations of the authors. Any supplementary material should be added as appendix to the main paper (authors can only submit a single PDF file).
Papers can now be submitted on EasyChair
Questions related to papers submission can be sent to: firstname.lastname@example.org
As NeurIPS does not produce technical reports for its workshops, we will arrange for the publication and distribution of the accepted papers. More details will be provided as the submission deadline nears.
If you have expertise in the area and would like to join our program committee please get in touch at email@example.com