Call for Abstracts for Poster Session
First Data Institute Conference
15-17 October 2017, San Francisco, CA, USA
The organizers for the Inaugural Data Institute Conference are pleased to announce this call for contributed posters dedicated to showcasing cutting edge data science applications and methodology, including but not limited to topics from:
- Machine Learning
- Artificial Intelligence
- Natural Language Processing
- Deep Learning
- Statistical Modeling
- Design of Experiments
- Compressed Sensing
- Data Engineering
- Distributed Computing
- Computational Social Science
- Operations Research and Optimization
- Network Science
As well as novel applications of the above to domains such as:
- Internet of Things
- Social Impact
- Automatic Speech Recognition
- Business applications
- Social and Biological Networks
Abstracts should not be longer than 1 page (500 words) and include a statement of the problem, methods and approach as well as a summary of results. The abstract should have no more than 5 relevant references. Abstracts will be reviewed by scientific committee for the conference.
Please submit abstracts here.
Conflict of Interest Guidelines for Submissions
As part of the submission procedure authors are asked to mark conflicts of interest with Program Committee members.
A poster author or contributed speaker has a conflict of interest with a Program Committee member if any of the following hold:
- The Program Committee member is an advisee or advisor of any one of the authors. This applies to current and former advisees and advisors.
- The Program Committee member is a collaborator or co-author within the last two years of one of the authors. Collaborations include things like joint papers published or in submission as well as joint projects either in progress or within the last two years.
- The Program Committee member is a relative or close personal friend of one of the authors.
- The Program Committee member is part of the same organization or has been a part of the same organization as one of the authors within the last two years.
- Inaccurate representation of conflicts of interest can result in the poster being rejected without review at the discretion of the program chairs.