ABOUT THE EVENT

GHOST Day: AMLC aims at creating a friendly and vivid space for the exchange of experiences between machine learning practitioners and, most importantly, for an effective update of knowledge in the rapidly changing discipline of data analysis.

Our speakers include recognized representatives of the scientific community publishing at top-tier global conferences such as NeurIPS or ICML, and many experts from leading companies building machine learning-based products.

WHAT IS OUR GOAL?

The conference is not focused on any specific programming language or technology, but on the techniques, methods, and algorithms. It is also a gateway for talented engineers wanting to enter the fascinating world of artificial intelligence. We give our guests the opportunity to meet companies operating in the industry, participate in presentations at an intermediate level, and present their own projects during the poster session.

WILL GHOST Day: AMLC 2022 BE CONDUCTED ONLINE?

Yes! As the vaccination process differs a lot by country and the pandemic is very unpredictable, the Organizing team has decided that 2022’s conference will be conducted fully online.

HOW WILL THE SCHEDULE LOOK LIKE?

2022’s event is planned to take 3 days. Each day you will be able to listen to keynotes delivered by World’s best researchers and participate in parallel sessions. Since the agenda isn’t announced yet, we may promise you one thing – there is going to be a Student session (our favourite). We are also planning to conduct a Poster session, but that depends on the number of applications. The presentations will be delivered almost exclusively in English.

WHAT’S GHOST?

Group of Horribly Optimistic STatisticians (GHOST) is a student organization with roots at Poznań University of Technology focused on conducting research and studying machine learning. GHOST is divided into study groups focused on fields like TinyML, Probabilistic modeling, or NLP. You may have also heard about us at various hackathons (we are good at them :)), Kaggle competitions, and other conferences.

LOCATION

The conference normally takes place at Poznań University of Technology – one of the two Polish institutions ranked in prestigious Shanghai Ranking 2019 in Computer Science Engineering (on positions 401-500, ex aequo with University of Warsaw) and the first Polish higher education institution offering bachelor degree studies on Artificial Intelligence.

ORGANIZING COMMITTEE


Zuzanna Trafas

Jędrzej Kopiszka

Alex Terentowicz

Adam Gorgoń

Mikołaj Skrzypczak

Monika Zielińska

Joachim Mąkowski

Bogumiła Walkowiak

Joanna Cicha

Adam Czyżewski

Ewa Fengler

Mateusz Lango