Tutorial proposal deadline: February 19, 2016
The ICML 2016 Organizing Committee invites proposals for tutorials to be given on June 19, 2016, immediately preceding the main conference.
We welcome proposals for tutorials on either core machine learning topics or topics of emerging importance for machine learning. We will consider tutorials on any topic if the proposal makes a strong argument that such a tutorial serves an important function for the ICML community. Tutorials should be of interest to a substantial part of the ICML audience and represent a sufficiently mature area of research or practice.
Accepted tutorials will be given between 2 and 2.5 hours. We anticipate nine tutorials, running three in parallel.
Proposals should be structured to answer the following questions:
1) Tutorial description: What will the tutorial be about? Please include a detailed outline of what you plan to cover. If available, please include samples of your past tutorial slides and video recordings on the topic.
2) Goals: What objectives does the tutorial serve? Why is it important to include it as a part of ICML-2016?
3) Target audience: What is your target audience? How many participants do you expect to see?
4) Presenters: Please include a list of names and email addresses of all presenters, as well as the preferred length of time for your tutorial. In case of multiple presenters, please describe how the time will be divided. Please briefly describe each presenter’s expertise in the tutorial area.
Tutorial proposals should be submitted to email@example.com by February 19, 2016.
Tutorial Chairs, ICML 2016
Alina Beygelzimer and Bernhard Schölkopf