(Saturday is the start of our 2 day industry expo)
- 5/20/20 To all authors: in the event that there are technical problems with CMT during paper submission, please check here and on Twitter (@NeurIPSConf) for updates.
- 4/17/20 notice to all authors: the submission deadline has been extended by three weeks. Check the updated Call for Papers and the NeurIPS-FAQ. More information can be found in our blog, in the post titled, Extension to Submission Deadline.
- See the Submit menu above for Call for Papers, Call for Tutorials, and Call for Workshops, and the Call For Meetups and Socials.
|Expo (Industry) Day||Sat Dec. 5th|
|Tutorials||Sun Dec 6th through Mon the 7th|
|Conference Sessions||Tue Dec 8th through Thu the 10th|
|Workshops||Fri Dec 11th through Sat the 12th|
|Abstract Submission Deadline||May 27 01:00 PM PDT *|
|Paper Submission Deadline||Jun 03 01:00 PM PDT *|
|Applications for Workshops Open||Jun 05 09:00 AM PDT *|
|Tutorial Application Deadline||Jun 17 04:59 PM PDT *|
|Workshop Application Deadline||Jun 26 11:59 PM PDT *|
|Meetup Submission Deadline||Jul 15 (Anywhere on Earth)|
|Author Response Begins||Aug 07 01:00 PM PDT *|
|Author Response Ends||Aug 13 01:00 PM PDT *|
|Author Notification||Sep 25 08:00 PM PDT *|
|Camera Ready Paper Deadline||Oct 22 01:00 PM PDT *|
|All dates »||* Dates above are in pacific time|
The purpose of the Neural Information Processing Systems annual meeting is to foster the exchange of research on neural information processing systems in their biological, technological, mathematical, and theoretical aspects. The core focus is peer-reviewed novel research which is presented and discussed in the general session, along with invited talks by leaders in their field. On Sunday is an Expo, where our top industry sponsors give talks, panels, demos, and workshops on topics that are of academic interest. On Monday are tutorials, which cover a broad background on current lines of inquiry, affinity group meetings, and the opening talk & reception. The general sessions are held Tuesday - Thursday, and include talks, posters, and demonstrations. Friday - Saturday are the workshops, which are smaller meetings focused on current topics, and provide an informal, cutting edge venue for discussion.