2024 - Call For Blogposts
We invite all researchers and practitioners to submit a blog post discussing work previously published at a top-tier venue to the ICLR 2024 blog post track. The format and process for this blog post track are described below.
Write a post on a subject that has been published at a top-tier venue (ICLR, ICML, NeurIPS, AAAI, UAI, CVPR, SIGGRAPH, ECCV, ICCV, etc.) relatively recently. Past blog posts can be accessed here.
Conflict of interest
The authors of the blog posts will have to declare their conflicts of interest (positive or negative) with the paper (and their authors) they write about. Conflicts of interest include:
- Recent collaborators (less than 3 years)
- Current institution Reviewers will be asked to judge if the submission is sufficiently critical and objective of the papers addressed in the blog post. Blog Posts must not be used to highlight or advertise past publications of the authors or of their lab.
Additionally, accepted posts will have the option to present their work as a poster during the main poster session. For more information about the main poster session (time, poster format, etc.) please refer to the ICLR homepage.
Blogs will be peer-reviewed (double-blind) for quality and novelty of the content: clarity and pedagogy of the exposition, new theoretical or practical insights, reproduction/extension of experiments, etc. The review is dual-anonymous assuming good faith from both submitters and reviewers (see the submission instructions for more details).
Abstract deadline: December 4th UTC, 2023 (submit to OpenReview - link to be announced soon).
Submission deadline: December 8th UTC, 2023 (any modifications to your blog post, via a pull request on github).
Notification of acceptance: January 30th, 2023
Camera-ready merge: March 15th, 2024
For answers to many common questions please refer to the ICLR FAQ
Should you have other inquiries, please don’t hesitate to reach out via email at: email@example.com