Date: April 3, 2018
Location: Penn Pavilion, Duke University campus
We are pleased to announce the first Triangle Machine Learning Day, hosted at Duke University. This event is modeled after similar events occurring in New York and Boston. The goal is to bring together researchers and applied scientists working in all different areas of machine learning, including industrial applications, academic theory, and everything in between, for a day of technical talks and posters.
The event is open to anyone interested in machine learning working in the Triangle area.
Topics include predictive modeling and data science applications, algorithm design, reinforcement learning, natural language processing, etc.
Registration (now closed) for full time students is free, there is a $20 registration cost for non-students. Breakfast and lunch will be provided for all participants.
The program will include a poster session, and anyone wishing to contribute a poster must submit an abstract; not all abstracts will be selected as posters, depending on space limitations. The due date for poster submissions has been extended to March 12 and poster selections will be announced on March 15.
The event will run for the full day, and free parking on Duke's campus will be provided for all registrants.