Petter Bjørkund

Northern Lights Deep Learning Conference 2025

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Northern Lights Deep Learning Conference 2025

The Northern Lights Deep Learning (NLDL) conference returns from January 7th-9th 2025. The conference also includes the NLDL Winter School from January 6th-10th 2025.

NLDL is the northernmost annual science conference within artificial intelligence and deep learning. The conference gathers researchers from across the globe to exchange ideas, encourage collaborations and present cutting-edge research in the cool arctic environment of Tromsø, Norway.

The NLDL conference includes a full-fledged program of recent and relevant topics within deep learning, high quality scientific contributions, and side events on diversity and industry. NLDL also hosts high profile international researchers as invited keynote speakers and around 250 researchers each year.

The NLDL Winter School is a five-day course consisting of various tutorials by experts in the AI field. UiT The Arctic University of Norway awards 5 ECTS for the Winter School for students who register formally for the course at UiT before the November 1st (for credits, there is a limit of 40 students). To obtain credits, participants will be required to present an ongoing research project (poster presentation) as part of the winter school and complete a home exam afterward. More information on this TBA.

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Important deadlines

Submissions of papers: September 2nd, 2024

Submissions of abstracts: October 20th, 2024

Registration: To be announced.

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