[Bioforum] ICML 2015 Student Volunteer Program

Jingrui He via bioforum%40net.bio.net (by jingrui.he from gmail.com)
Mon Apr 27 23:44:13 EST 2015

The International Conference on Machine Learning is pleased to
announce the continuation of our Student Volunteer Program for 2015.
The Student Volunteer Program is an essential part of the conference,
and student participation is a valuable contribution. Volunteers will
support ICML 2015 organizers in Lille. In 2015, a limited number of
complimentary technical program registrations will be available for
students who volunteer during the conference, which will also cover
the tutorials and workshops. The volunteer program is mainly intended
either for local students or for foreign students who already have
other sources of funding to travel to Lille.

There are a limited number of volunteer positions and preference is
given to students who are actively participating in ICML 2015 with
accepted papers or posters; however, all eligible students are
encouraged to apply. Students with papers under review at the main
conference should wait for final review decisions before completing
the application form.

Applicants should:

* Submit the ICML 2015 Volunteer Application form by April 30th, 2015.
The form is available here: http://icml.cc/2015/?page_id=634

* Have their supervisor email a signed letter of recommendation to the
Volunteer Chair at volunteer.icml2015 from inria.fr by May 1, 2015.

A decision will be sent by May 8, 2015. For further information
regarding the Student Volunteer Program, please contact the Volunteer
Chair at volunteer.icml2015 from inria.fr.

General Conference Information:

The 32nd International Conference on Machine Learning (ICML 2015) will
be held in Lille, France, from July 6 – July 11, 2015. ICML is the
leading international machine learning conference and is supported by
the International Machine Learning Society (IMLS). More information
about the conference is available at http://icml.cc/2015/.

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