The ENTIRE conference has sold out. Tutorials, Conference and Workshops are sold out.
If you are a presenter on a tutorial, talk, or poster you may still register. NIPS has held a number of tickets in reserve. Your presentation must be visible in your profile in order to access the reserved pool of tickets. If you don't see your presentation, verify that you used the same email address at NIPS.cc and CMT. See merge accounts, if you need to merge a NIPS profile created by CMT into your main NIPS profile. Other help is available under the Help menu.
If you are a presenter in a demo, symposium, or workshop, check your profile to see if your presentation is listed; contact your organizer if your presentation is missing. Once your presentation as been added by your organizer, you should be able to access the reserved pool of tickets.
If you are not a presenter, you may add yourself to our Wait List »Please do not call or email asking for a ticket. We cannot accommodate your request. We have only a small number of tickets in reserve and we will not be able to release them until November, if at all.
Do not travel to the meeting without a paid registration.
If you want a printed conference book or coffee mug, order them as you register
Your registration includes the banquets on Monday and Saturday evening. You may order additional guest tickets as you register. There will be a dance party at the Saturday reception featuring The Imposteriors
The NIPS Foundation is committed to an open international exchange of information, which may not be possible if there is a US travel ban.
The 2017 NIPS Conference is scheduled to take place in Long Beach on December 4-9. In the event that it is not possible for all authors whose paper is accepted at NIPS to attend due to a denied VISA, we are exploring ways for authors to present their results through the internet. The 2018 NIPS Conference will return to Montréal.
Our goal is to open NIPS Conferences and Workshops to researchers from all parts of the world and we regret that US government restrictions may make it difficult or impossible for some to participate this year.
Remote presentations will only be an option if all authors of the paper are denied a VISA.
The Thirty-first Annual Conference on Neural Information Processing
Systems (NIPS) is a multi-track machine learning and computational neuroscience conference that
includes invited talks, demonstrations, symposia and oral and poster presentations of refereed papers.
Following the conference, there are workshops which provide a less formal setting.