Learning on Graphs Conference, 2023
(All deadlines are “Anywhere On Earth”.)
September 22nd, 2023: Deadline for tutorial proposals
October 16th, 2023: Tutorial acceptance notification
November 22nd, 2023: Deadline for final tutorial materials due for posting online
November 27th, 2023: Tutorial Presentations
We welcome virtual proposals from areas broadly related to learning on graphs and geometry. The purpose of LoG tutorials is to build knowledge and provide hands-on training in various topics relevant to the geometry and machine learning communities. Tutorials are opportunities for participants across all levels of expertise to learn about new areas in LoG or further advance their skills in LoG areas they are already knowledgeable about. As such, tutorials must be self-contained; necessary background material should be covered at some point during the tutorial.
LoG tutorials are expected to provide a balanced perspective on a field of research. They should not focus exclusively on any results or tools by the presenters and/or their organizations. It is recommended for tutorials to maintain a balance between known results and open problems.
Possible topic areas may include but are not limited to the following:
If you doubt whether your tutorial fits the venue, feel free to contact firstname.lastname@example.org!
Tutorials will be presented virtually on November 27, 2023. The length of tutorials should be either 1.5 hours or 3 hours.
Tutorial proposals should be no longer than 4 pages in 12-point font submitted in PDF format, and are clearly structured to provide the following information:
Submit your proposal using this Tutorial Proposal Submission Form.
Could I submit multiple proposals? No, each presenter can submit at most one proposal.
Could tutorials contain programming components? Yes! It is encouraged to incorporate hands-on activities, especially those that may allow participants to write bits of code or run toy examples.
Will the tutorials be recorded? Yes, the tutorials will be recorded.
Do you accept proposals from industry? Yes, we welcome tutorials from research teams at companies.
Can my tutorial be a demo of my tool? Yes, we will accept a small number of tutorials that are intended to be demos of tools.
For other questions, please contact us at email@example.com