WiML-T :
Women in Machine Learning Theory

An online platform for community updates.

News and Updates


  • COLT 2020: Career Panel featuring Alina Beygelzimmer, Alexandra Carpentier, Kamalika Chaudhuri, Sandra Gilles

  • Stay tuned for updates on the upcoming Mentoring Program


Mentoring Program

We are proposing a mentoring program for women in Learning Theory that aims to connect more junior members with role models.

Mentoring also gives senior researchers the opportunity to meet, help and learn with new students and young researchers everywhere in the world. Note that mentoring can also be done by PhDs or postdocs willing to share their experience with more junior researchers (undergrads or early PhD students), so please feel welcome applying as a mentor even as a junior researcher.

If you would like to be a mentor or a mentee, please fill in either or both of the forms below.

More information on mentoring can be found on this page.

The WiML-T projects are supported by the WiML Association and would not be possible without the great initiatives and creativity of

  • Ruth Urner

  • Kamalika Chaudhuri

  • Michal Moshkovitz

  • Jessica Sorrell

  • Mary Anne Smart

  • Lee Cohen

  • Claire Vernade

Vision and Mission

WiML

Our workshops, panels and other activities are supported by WiML.


Contact

For any enquiries, please contact us at:
contact@wiml-t.org

Google group for Women in Learning Theory

We are trying to gather a private mailing list of women.
Please apply
here to join us.

There are NO regular emails sent to this list; we want to keep it minimally intrusive.