You can register for the 2019 WiML workshop on our Eventbrite page. Make sure to register before tickets sell out! We will announce when the pre-workshop dinner registration opens (end of November).
Once the WiML workshop tickets sell out, you will automatically be able to add yourself to the waitlist on our Eventbrite page. However, the waitlist is capped, so once that is full too, we will no longer be able to accept new registrations.
Yes, it is!
If space allows. We are prioritizing WiML presenters and attendees, as there is a limited number of tickets.
Unfortunately, no. You would still need to register separately for NeurIPS – their registration process can be found here. You should only register to NeurIPS if you are interested in attending NeurIPS activities beyond WiML.
No. WiML registration is separate from NeurIPS registration.
Yes, the poster session is also open to all NeurIPS attendees.
Yes. All genders are welcome to attend! To do so, please register on Eventbrite. Note, however, that all speakers and poster presenters will primarily identify as women or nonbinary, as our goal is to promote them and their work within the machine learning community.
Please check your entry requirements here.
NeurIPS was instructed by Canadian immigration to use the address of the Convention Center as the local address: 1055 Canada Pl, Vancouver, BC V6C 0C3, Canada
Travel funding is distributed based on geographic location. Support varies from year to year, but in the past attendees have received $300-$1000 in travel funding.
With NeurIPS’ help, we are excited to offer free onsite childcare at WiML this year. WiML attendees who are not registered with NeurIPS can still use NeurIPS’ childcare program on Sunday December 8th and Monday December 9th, the day of WiML Workshop. More details on the childcare program can be found here. Parents must sign up in advance and there may be a refundable deposit or modest co-pay; details are still being worked out. After Monday, WiML attendees would need to be registered with NeurIPS to continue using NeurIPS’ childcare program.
Yes. WiML requires all participants and reviewers to abide by our code of conduct.
TBD at the moment. Check back for updates.
No, WiML is a non-archival venue. This means that, if your contribution is accepted, we will not be asking you to submit a camera-ready version of it, nor will we publish it anywhere (neither online nor in proceedings of any sort). We will only make the title and authors’ names available in the program book.
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Submission to the 2019 WiML workshop is now closed. Thanks for your interest. Please check back for the 2020 call for participation.