NeurIPS Thirty-seventh Annual Conference on Neural Information Processing Systems
NeurIPS 2023 will be held again at the at the New Orleans Ernest N. Morial Convention Center. The conference format is still under consideration.
Sunday Dec 10 through Saturday Dec 16


  • Submissions without valid OpenReview profiles for all authors will be desk rejected after the main paper deadline. See Call for papers for more information.
  • 2023 Call for Papers is out!
  • The 2023 website is still under construction. See also the 2022 website

Important Dates

Expo (Industry) DaySun Dec. 10th
Conference Sessions Tue Dec 12th through Thu the 14th
Workshops Fri Dec 15th through Sat the 16th
Virtual Only Pass Sun Dec 10th through Sat the 16th
Registration Open Apr 11 '23 05:10 PM CDT *
Competition - Submission Deadline Apr 27 '23 (Anywhere on Earth)
Abstract Submission Deadline May 11 '23 03:00 PM CDT *
Paper Submission Deadline May 17 '23 03:00 PM CDT *
Supplementary Material Submission Deadline May 24 '23 03:00 PM CDT *
Competition - Acceptance Notifications May 24 '23 03:00 PM CDT *
Workshop Proposal Deadline May 31 '23 (Anywhere on Earth)
Datasets and Benchmarks - Abstract Submission Deadline Jun 01 '23 03:00 PM CDT *
Datasets and Benchmarks - Full Paper Submission and Co-author Registration Jun 07 '23 03:00 PM CDT *
Tutorial Submission Deadline Jun 21 '23 (Anywhere on Earth)
Author Notification Sep 21 '23 08:00 PM CDT *
Early Registration Deadline Oct 21 '23 (Anywhere on Earth)
Workshop Accept/Reject Notification Date Oct 27 '23 (Anywhere on Earth)
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Organizing Committee

General Chair

Alice Oh (KAIST)
Tristan Naumann (Microsoft Research)

Program Chair

Amir Globerson (Tel Aviv University, Google)
Kate Saenko (Boston University, Meta)
Moritz Hardt (Max Planck Institute for Intelligent Systems, Tübingen)
Sergey Levine (UC Berkeley)

Workshop Chair

Hsuan-Tien Lin (National Taiwan University)
Ismini Lourentzou (Virginia Tech)
Piotr Koniusz (Data61❤CSIRO)
Yarin Gal (University of Oxford)

Tutorial Chair

Andrew Gordon Wilson (New York University)
Marzyeh Ghassemi (MIT)
Saadia Gabriel (University of Washington)

Competition Chair

Jake Albrecht (Sage Bionetworks)
Marco Ciccone (Politecnico di Torino)
Tao Qin (Microsoft Research)

Datasets and Benchmarks Chair

Emily Denton (Google)
Joaquin Vanschoren (Eindhoven University of Technology)
Jung-Woo Ha (NAVER Cloud AI Lab)

Outreach Chair

Edward Choi (KAIST)
Jihun Hamm (Tulane University)

Diversity, Inclusion & Accessibility Chair

Erin Grant (University College London)
Rosanne Liu (ML Collective, Google Brain)

Expo Chairs

Venkatesh Saligrama (Boston University)
Wenming Ye (Amazon Web Services)

Affinity Workshop Chair

Arjun Subramonian (University of California, Los Angeles)
Blessing Ogbuokiri (York University)
Konstantina Palla (Spotify Research)

Ethics Review Chair

Cherie Poland (Complex Adaptive Systems Research)
Jiahao Chen (MIT CSAIL)
Lester Mackey (Microsoft Research)

Communication Chair

Alex X Lu (Microsoft Research)
Irene Chen (Microsoft Research / UC Berkeley / UCSF)
Sahra Ghalebikesabi (University of Oxford)

Social Chair

Alessandra Tosi (Mind Foundry)
Animesh Garg (Georgia Institute of Technology)

Journal Chair

Lam Nguyen (IBM Research, Thomas J. Watson Research Center)

Creative AI Chairs

Isabelle Guyon (Google and ChaLearn)
Jean Oh (Carnegie Mellon University)

Hybrid Workflow Chair

Hendrik Strobelt (IBM Research)

Workflow Manager

Zhenyu (Sherry) Xue (NeurIPS Foundation)

Logistics and IT

Brad Brockmeyer (NeurIPS Foundation)
Brian Nettleton (EventHosts)
Lee Campbell (NeurIPS / Eventhosts)
Mary Ellen Perry (Level 5 Events)
Max A Wiesner (NeurIPS Foundation)
Stephanie Willes (NeurIPS Conference Staff)
Terri Auricchio (ICML NeurIPS AIStats)

Mission Statement

The Neural Information Processing Systems Foundation is a non-profit corporation whose purpose is to foster the exchange of research advances in Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning, principally by hosting an annual interdisciplinary academic conference with the highest ethical standards for a diverse and inclusive community.

About the Conference

The conference was founded in 1987 and is now a multi-track interdisciplinary annual meeting that includes invited talks, demonstrations, symposia, and oral and poster presentations of refereed papers. Along with the conference is a professional exposition focusing on machine learning in practice, a series of tutorials, and topical workshops that provide a less formal setting for the exchange of ideas.

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