• Negar Rostamzadeh
  • May 7, 2016

What is the poster size we should print?

The poster board is 116 cm horizontal x 114 cm vertical, so your poster must fit within those dimensions.

How do I register for the workshop/dinner?

Workshop registration is available here: wiml2018.eventbrite.com. Please put yourself on the waitlist if registration is full — spots will open up as we approach the date.

We will announce when dinner registration opens.

Can I come to the poster session even if I'm not registered for WiML?

Yes, the poster session is also open to NIPS attendees.

How can I join the WiML network?

Join our Google Group.

I'm a man. Can I attend WiML?

Yes. All genders are welcome to attend! Note however, all speakers and poster presenters will be women, as our goal is to promote women in machine learning. This is a technical workshop with exciting technical talks.

Does registering for WiML also mean I'm registered for NeurIPS?

Unfortunately, no. You would still need to register separately for NeurIPS – their registration process is at https://neurips.cc/.

Do I have to register for NeurIPS in addition to registering for WiML, in order to attend WiML?

No. WiML registration is separate from NeurIPs registration.

How can I get more information on workshop logistics, such as transportation, lodging, and roommates?

Check out the logistics page!

I want to support WiML by providing sponsorship / recruiting at the workshop. Who should I talk to?

Thank you for your support! Please contact us.

How much are travel awards?

Travel awards are distributed based on geographic location and the amount varies depending on the amount of sponsorship funding.  Support varies from year to year, but in the past attendees have received $300-$900 in support.

My paper is accepted in WiML, can I get a ticket for NeurIPS?

Each WiML poster presenter has been granted access to one NeurIPS ticket. You must still register for NeurIPS independently through neurips.cc.

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