# Category Archives: Conference/workshop

## STOC 2017 accepted papers

The list of accepted papers to STOC 2017 has just been released. Following the trend in recent years there are quite a few learning theory papers! I have already blogged about the kernel-based convex bandit algorithm; as well as the … Continue reading

## COLT 2016 accepted papers

Like previous years (2014, 2015) I have compiled the list of accepted papers for this year’s edition of COLT together with links to the arxiv submission whenever I could find one. These 63 papers were selected from about 200 submissions … Continue reading

## On the spirit of NIPS 2015 and OpenAI

I just came back from NIPS 2015 which was a clear success in terms of numbers (note that this growth is not all because of deep learning, only about 10% of the papers were on this topic, which is about … Continue reading

## Some stuff I learned this week

This week I had the pleasure to spend 3 days at a wonderful workshop (disclaimer: I was part of the organization, with Ofer Dekel, Yuval Peres and James Lee, so I might be a bit biased). Below you will find … Continue reading

## COLT 2015 accepted papers and some cool videos

Like last year I compiled a list of the COLT 2015 accepted papers together with links to the arxiv version whenever I could find one. These papers were selected from 180 submissions, a number that keep rising in the recent … Continue reading

## COLT 2014 accepted papers

The accepted papers for COLT 2014 have just been posted! This year we had a record number of 140 submissions, out of which 52 were accepted (38 for a 20mn presentation and 14 for a 5mn presentation). In my opinion … Continue reading

## COLT deadline next week

COLT deadline is approaching fast, don’t forget to send your awesome learning theory paper(s) before Friday 7th! Also recall that if you get a paper into COLT it will (i) give you an excuse to spend a few days in … Continue reading

## A good NIPS!

This year’s edition of NIPS was a big success. As you probably already know we had the surprise visit of Mark Zuckerberg (see here for the reason behind this visit). More interestingly (or perhaps less interestingly depending on who you are) here … Continue reading

## 5 announcements

First two self-centered announcements: A new problem around subgraph densities Nati Linial and I have just uploaded our first paper together, titled ‘On the local profiles of trees‘. Some background on the paper: recently there has been a lot of … Continue reading

## First Big Data workshop at the Simons Institute

This week at the Simons Institute we had the first Big Data workshop on Succinct Data Representations and Applications. Here I would like to briefly talk about one of the ‘stars’ of this workshop: the squared-length sampling technique. I will illustrate this method … Continue reading