[hpc-announce] Call for papers: SysML 2019 (Conference on Systems and Machine Learning)

Grigori Fursin Grigori.Fursin at cTuning.org
Mon Jul 16 09:20:23 CDT 2018

We are pleased to announce the Call for Papers for the 2019 Conference 
on Systems and Machine Learning (SysML), to be held in Stanford, CA on 
March 31-April 2, 2019.

SysML (www.sysml.cc) is a conference on research at the intersection of 
computer systems and machine learning. The conference aims to create new 
connections across the systems and machine learning fields, including 
identifying design principles for learning systems and developing novel 
learning methods and theory tailored to practical ML workflows. SysML’s 
program committee brings together experts from both systems and ML to 
evaluate work from the perspective of both communities.

The inaugural SysML conference (www.sysml.cc/2018/) in February 2018 
sold out, with 300 attendees from academia and industry and over 200 

Papers should be up to 10 pages and are due September 28th, 2018. 
Reviewing will be double-blind and papers will be published in 
conference proceedings. SysML will also include an optional artifact 
evaluation process to highlight research with reproducible experiments, 
data, and software artifacts.

Please forward this call to other people or groups that may be interested.

For more details, see http://www.sysml.cc/#submission .

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