|Neural Information Processing Systems 2000||
This is the fourteenth meeting of an interdisciplinary conference which brings together cognitive scientists, computer scientists, engineers, neuroscientists, physicists, and mathematicians interested in all aspects of neural processing and computation. The conference will include invited talks and oral and poster presentations of refereed papers. The conference is single track and is highly selective. Preceding the main session, there will be one day of tutorial presentations, and following it there will be two days of focused workshops on topical issues at a nearby ski area.
The NIPS 2001 submission deadline will be June 20, 2001.
Final drafts for the proceedings will be due early in January 2001 (details will be available at the conference). Here are the formatting instructions and the document containing the instructions to authors and author agreement form (ps).
Schedule Overview, Detailed Conference Schedule (ps,pdf)
Mon. Nov. 27: Tutorials and Banquet (6:30pm)
Tues. Nov. 28 - Thurs. Nov. 30: Conference (Invited Speakers)
Thu. Nov. 30 (reception) - Sat. Dec. 2: Workshops
|Travel and Accomodations|
Travel Grants, Volunteering
Poster presenters will have a 4'x8' area to display their material at the conference. Here are some suggestions for good posters.
Here is the information for exhibitors.
On-line registration is closed. Please register on-site in Denver and Breckenridge.
NIPS has created a new Outstanding Student Paper Award, which will be presented at the NIPS Conference Banquet.
The NIPS*2000 Organizing Committee:
Leon Bottou, AT&T Labs - Research; Tom Dietterich, Oregon State University (chair); Bill Freeman, Mitsubishi Electric Research Lab; Zoubin Ghahramani, University College London; Dan Hammerstrom, Oregon Graduate Institute; Thomas Hofmann, Brown University; Tommi Jaakkola, MIT; Sridhar Mahadevan, Michigan State University; Klaus Obermeyer, TU Berlin; Manfred Opper, Aston University; Yoram Singer, Hebrew University of Jerusalem; Malcolm Slaney, IBM Alamden Research Lab; Josh Tenenbaum, Stanford University; Sebastian Thrun, Carnegie Mellon University.The full NIPS Board, Organizing Committee, and Program Committee are listed here.
|Previous NIPS Conferences|
Our Publisher: MIT Press.
Members of the Center for Computational Intelligence, Vienna have collected references for all papers in NIPS volumes 3 through 10 in a bibtex formatted bibliography. This may be useful for anyone who wants to reference NIPS papers.
The entire CI BibTeX collection, which also includes bibtex files for a number of journals and books, can be found at http://www.ci.tuwien.ac.at/docs/ci/bibtex_collection.html or via ftp at ftp://ftp.ci.tuwien.ac.at/pub/texmf/bibtex/.
Web Pages for Past NIPS Conferences *
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