The 7th Workshop on Data, Learning and Inference will be held in Costa d'en Blanes, Balearic Islands, Spain from Thursday, 28 October 2021 to Sunday, 31 October 2021 at the H10 Punta Negra Hotel.
Important announcement: No DALI in 2020, postponed to October 2021
Dear DALI participants!
As DALI attendees, your safety is our top priority, and we have been monitoring the novel coronavirus (SARS-CoV-2 / COVID-19) situation very carefully. The potential difficulties around travel, as well as considerations of general public health and safety, have led us to decide to take precautions and postpone the event to October 28-31, 2021, meaning that there will be no DALI in 2020. The venue will, however, remain the same for 2021.
Regarding potential reimbursements for the April 2020 dates, we will soon be contacting you individually about these. In any case, you can always reach out to Diana Rebmann. We thank you for your understanding and are happy to answer any questions you may have.
The idea of DALI (Data, Learning and Inference) is to combine the special qualities of the former Snowbird meetings (intimate atmosphere, very good people, plenty of time to interact) with attractive aspects of larger conferences that rarely take place in Europe. We use a three-day format with two days of workshops and one day of plenary talks in the middle, including a poster session. We pick a location that limits jet lag and / or travel times for many of us who normally travel to meetings in the US. The workshops feature research topics of current interest, and workshop participants are nominated by the workshop organizers. DALI is small and (geographically) biased towards European researchers. Participation is by invitation only.
This event is supported by
- Max Planck ETH Center for Learning Systems
- European Laboratory for Learning and Intelligent Systems (ELLIS)
- Neil D. Lawrence, University of Cambridge
- Bernhard Schölkopf, MPI for Intelligent Systems (Tübingen) and Amazon
- Gergely Neu, Universitat Pompeu Fabra
- Lorenzo Rosasco, Università di Genova and Massachusetts Institute of Technology
- Diana Rebmann, DeepMind (Montréal)
- Timothy Gebhard, MPI for Intelligent Systems (Tübingen) and ETH Zurich