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NeurIPS 2024, the Thirty-eighth Annual Conference on Neural Information Processing Systems, will be held at the Vancouver Convention Center

Monday Dec 9 through Sunday Dec 15. Monday is an industry expo.


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Important Dates

Sponsor Portal Applications open Mar 15 '24 11:46 AM PDT *
Competition Proposal Submission Deadline Apr 05 '24 (Anywhere on Earth)
WorkshopApplicationOpen Apr 21 '24 (Anywhere on Earth)
Main Conference Paper Submission Deadline May 22 '24 01:00 PM PDT *
Main Conference Full Paper Submission Deadline May 22 '24 01:00 PM PDT *
Tutorial Submission Deadline Jun 14 '24 (Anywhere on Earth)
Tutorial Decision Notification Aug 02 '24 06:00 PM PDT *
Social Application Deadline Sep 05 '24 (Anywhere on Earth)
Main Conference Author Notification Sep 25 '24 06:00 PM PDT *
Datasets and Benchmarks - Author Notification Sep 26 '24 (Anywhere on Earth)
Workshop Accept/Reject Notification Date Sep 29 '24 (Anywhere on Earth)
Camera-ready, poster, and video submission Oct 30 '24 (Anywhere on Earth)
Last Chance for Registration Refund Nov 15 '24 11:00 PM PST *
All dates



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Organizing Committee

General Chair

Amir Globerson (Tel Aviv University, Google)
Lester Mackey (Microsoft Research)

Program Chair

Danielle Belgrave (DeepMind)
Jakub Tomczak (Eindhoven University of Technology)
Ulrich Paquet (Google DeepMind; AIMS South Africa)
Angela Fan (Meta)
Cheng Zhang (Microsoft Research, Cambridge, UK)

Workshop Chair

Manuel Rodriguez (Max Planck Institute for Software Systems)
Rose Yu (UC San Diego)
Adil Salim (Microsoft Research)

Workshop Chair Assistant

Bo Zhao (University of California San Diego)
Jianing Zhu (HKBU)

Tutorial Chair

Gal Chechik (NVIDIA, Bar-Ilan University)
Andrew Dai (Google)
Irene Chen (UC Berkeley)

Competition Chair

Jake Albrecht (Sage Bionetworks)
Tao Qin (Microsoft Research AI4Science)

Data and Benchmark Chair

Lora Aroyo (Google Research)
Lingjuan Lyu (Sony AI)
Francesco Locatello (ISTA)

Affinity Chair

Nezihe Merve Gürel (TU Delft)
Ioana Bica (Google DeepMind)

Diversity, Inclusion and Accessibility Chair

Isabel Valera (Saarland University, Saarbrücken)
William Yang Wang (University of California, Santa Barbara)

Ethics Review Chair

Himabindu Lakkaraju (Harvard)
Jiahao Chen (New York City Office of Technology and Innovation)

Communication Chair

Alex X Lu (Microsoft Research)
Ehsan Adeli (Stanford University)
Yali Du (King's College London)

Social Chair

Hendrik Strobelt (IBM Research / MIT-IBM Ai Lab)

Journal Chair

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

Creative AI Chair

Jean Oh (Carnegie Mellon University)
Marcelo Coelho (MIT)

Workflow Manager

Zhenyu (Sherry) Xue (NeurIPS Foundation)

Logistics and IT

Max A Wiesner (NeurIPS Foundation)
Brad Brockmeyer (NeurIPS Staff)
Brian Nettleton (NeurIPS Staff)
Teresa M Auricchio (NeurIPS Staff)
Lee Campbell (NeurIPS Foundation)
Stephanie Willes (NeurIPS Staff)

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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