SoCal ML & NLP Symposium 2021
University of California, San Diego | Mar 22-23, 2021
The goal of the Southern California Machine Learning and Natural Language Processing Symposium is to gather researchers from the southern California region with broad expertise in machine learning and natural language processing. The symposium will provide a participatory environment where attendees from a variety of fields can share and discuss their latest findings.
This year SoCal ML and NLP will be hosted jointly as a two-day virtual conference.
SoCal ML Symposium: Mar 22, 2021
SoCal NLP Symposium: Mar 23, 2021
ML Submissions: Feb 16, 2021, 11:59 PM Anywhere On Earth [ML Submission Portal]
NLP Submission deadline: Feb 16, 2021, 11:59 PM Anywhere On Earth [NLP submission Portal]
Submission format: Approx 1-2 page submissions, Neurips style -- though longer submissions are also acceptable
The planned 2020 SoCal ML & NLP Symposia were postponed as a result of the pandemic. We will instead host a (slightly off-cycle) virtual conference organized by researchers at UC San Diego. The joint SoCal ML & NLP Virtual Symposium will include invited talks from academia and industry, contributed work, poster presentations, and open discussion. We welcome all students, postdocs, and faculty members from universities in the region, including University of Southern California (USC), UC Los Angeles, UC Irvine, UC Santa Barbara, UC Riverside, Caltech, UC San Diego, and other schools to join us.
Date: Mar 22-23, 2021
Location: Zoom and Gather Town!
Parking information: You can park at home :D
Yizhou Sun UCLA
Matt Gardner Allen Institute for AI
Yuandong Tian Facebook AI Research
Nanyn (Violet) Peng UCLA
William Wang UCSB
Phebe Vayanos USC
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