COLT 2013 accepted papers

The accepted papers for COLT 2013 have just been revealed. You can also find the list below with a link to the arxiv version when I could find one (if you want me to add a link just send me an email).

I also take the opportunity of this post to remind my student readers that you can apply for a ‘student travel award’ to come participate in COLT 2013. The instructions can be found here. So far I received very few applications so I highly encourage you to give it a try! You can check out this blog post that gives a few reasons to make the effort to travel and participate in conferences.

Update with a message from Philippe Rigollet: Sebastien Bubeck and I are local organizers of this year’s edition of the Conference On Learning Theory (COLT 2013) on June 12-14.
This means that it will take place at Princeton (in Friend 101), and of course, that it’ll be awesome.
The list of accepted papers is very exciting and has been posted on the official COLT 2013 website:
http://orfe.princeton.edu/conferences/colt2013 (see also below).

Thanks to generous sponsors, we have been able to lower the registration costs to a historic minimum (regular: $300, students: $150).
These costs include:
-a cocktail party followed by a banquet on Thursday night
-coffee breaks (with poster presentations)
-lunches (with poster presentation)
-47 amazing presentations
-3 Keynote lectures by Sanjeev Arora (Princeton), Ralf Herbrich (amazon.com) and Yann LeCun (NYU) respectively

The deadline for early registration is May 13 (even if you’re local, help us support the conference by registering and not just crashing the party).
To register, go to:
http://orfe.princeton.edu/conferences/colt2013/?q=for-participants/registration

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COLT 2013 accepted papers

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