3-5 Jul 2013 Villeneuve d'Ascq (Lille) (France)

Cap 2014

CAP 2014 will held in Saint-Etienne.

CAP 2013

Since 1999, the Conférence sur l'Apprentissage Automatique (CAP) is the yearly meeting of the French scientific community dedicated to machine learning. In 2013, CAP is held as part of the larger AI dedicated event named as the “plate-forme IA”, in Lille, France, from 3rd to 5th July 2013. This AI platform gathers a set of conferences dealing with AI.

For 25 years or so, machine learning has considerably grown up and matured, from fundamentals to applciations. This domain is currently at the crossroads of computer science, statistics, applied mathematics, and this pluridisciplinarity played a decisive role in its recent development.

In this context, CAP'2013 wishes to be a place of conviviality and exchanges between actors of machine learning. CAP'2013 is also open to anyone wishing to know more about this domain. PhD students are warmly welcome: CAP is first a place to get a constructive though rigourous feedback on one's researches, but also a place to get a large view on the current research tracks, and get in touch with people.

Call for communication

The program comittee invites the submission of work related to machine learning, either theoretical or more applied.

We do not wish any exclusivity regarding submitted work: we look forward that papers submitted to major international conferences would also be submitted to CAP. If the paper gets accepted in such a conference, the paper will not be included into the proceedings of CAP to avoid any copyright issue. Submissions may be written either in French, or in English.

Accepted papers will be made available on the Internet (through hal) only if their authors agree on that.

Tutorial and Invited Talk

  • Radu Horaud will give a tutorial on manifold learning

Program committee

  • Massih Amini, Université Paris 6
  • Cedric Archambeau, Xerox
  • Thierry Artieres, Université Paris 6
  • Stephane Ayache, Université Aix-Marseille
  • Francis Bach, INRIA, ENS
  • Younès Bennani, Paris 13
  • Léon Bottou, Microsoft Research, États-Unis
  • Laurent Bougrain, Université de Lorraine
  • Laurent Brehelin, LIRMM, CNRS
  • Armelle Brun, Université de Lorraine
  • Sébastien Bubeck, Princeton University, États-Unis
  • Stéphane Canu, INSA-Rouen
  • François Caron, INRIA
  • Stéphane Clémençon, Telecom ParisTech
  • Antoine Cornuéjols, Agro'ParisTech
  • François Denis, Université Aix-Marseille
  • Ludovic Denoyer, Université Paris 6
  • Patrick Gallinari, Université Paris 6
  • Eric Gaussier, Université Grenoble 1
  • Cyril Goutte, Conseil national de recherches Canada
  • Yves Grandvalet, Université de Technologie de Compiègne, CNRS
  • Yann Guermeur, LORIA, CNRS
  • Amaury Habrard, Université Saint-Étienne
  • Zaid Harchaoui, INRIA
  • Hachem Kadri, Université Aix-Marseille
  • Mikaela Keller, Université de Lille
  • Christopher Kermorvant, A2IA
  • Vincent Lemaire, Orange Labs
  • Philippe Leray, Université de Nantes
  • Francis Maes, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Belgique
  • Jérémie Mary, Université de Lille
  • Mohamed Nadif, Université Paris 5
  • Richard Nock, Université Antilles-Guyane
  • Olivier Pietquin, Supélec-Metz
  • Alain Rakotomamonjy, INSA-Rouen
  • Céline Rouveirol, LIPN, Université de Paris 13
  • Bruno Scherrer, INRIA
  • Marc Sebban, Université de Saint-Étienne
  • Olivier Teytaud, INRIA
  • Jean-Philippe Vert, Mines ParisTech, Institut Curie
  • Emmanuel Viennet, Université de Paris 13
  • Djamel Zighed, Université Lyon 2

Key Dates

  • Submission website opening: March 1st 2013
  • Submission deadline: April 1st 2013 (abstracts) April 5th (papers)
  • Interaction with authors: May 3rd-7th 2013
  • Author notification: May 15th 2013
  • Final version: June 1st 2013
  • CAP'2013 : July 3rd-5th 2013
  • Workshops : July 1st-2nd 2013
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