A large seaside resort on the sunny southern coast of Cyprus.
- Abstract deadline:
March 17th March 31st, 2023
- Paper deadline:
March 24th April 7th, 2023
- Author notification: May 8th, 2023 - Camera-ready: May 31st, 2022
The 12th Symposium on Conformal and Probabilistic Prediction with Applications (COPA 2023) will be held from the 13th to the 15th of September 2023, at the Miramare Beach Hotel in Limassol, Cyprus. Submissions are invited on original and previously unpublished research concerning all aspects of conformal and probabilistic prediction. The symposium proceedings will be published in the Proceedings of Machine Learning Research.
Conformal prediction (CP) is a modern machine learning framework that allows making valid predictions under relatively weak statistical assumptions. CP can be combined with any conventional predictor for producing set predictions with a guaranteed accuracy, thus allowing the error levels to be controlled by the user. Consequently, CP has been widely applied to practical real-life challenges and formed the basis for the development of many novel approaches and extensions.
The aim of this symposium is to serve as a forum for the presentation of new and ongoing work and the exchange of ideas between researchers on any aspect of conformal and probabilistic prediction, including their application to interesting problems in any field.
Topics of the symposium include, but are not limited to:
Authors are invited to submit original, English-language research contributions or experience reports. Papers should be no longer than 20 pages formatted according to the well-known JMLR (Journal of Machine Learning Research) style. The LaTeX package for the style is available here.
All aspects of the submission and notification process will be handled online via the EasyChair Conference System at:
Submission of a paper should be regarded as a commitment that, should the paper be accepted, at least one of the authors will register and attend the symposium to present the work.
Submitted papers will be refereed for quality, correctness, originality, and relevance. Notification and reviews will be communicated via email. All accepted papers will be presented at the Symposium and published in the PMLR (Proceedings of Machine Learning Research), Volume 204.
There will be two Alexey Chervonenkis awards for the Best Paper and Best Student Paper, presented at the conference. Each awardee will receive €100 and a certificate.
Researchers interested in Conformal Prediction may be interested in joining our online discussion group. Future announcements and related materials will be published regularly.
One of Cyprus' top tourist attractions and most spectacular archaeological sites.
Ancient Kourion is 18 kilometers west of central Limassol.
Right in the center, on the main square, the top tourist attraction is Limassol Castle.
This is where Richard the Lionheart of England married Berengaria, and later, the Ottomans used it as a military base.
Probably the dinkiest castle you're ever going to see, Kolossi Castle was built in 1210 CE by the Knights of St. John.
The castle is just 10 kilometers west of central Limassol.
Local lore says this is the spot where the goddess Aphrodite emerged from the waves. Today, it is one of the island's most magical places to visit at sunset.
Aphrodite's Rock is on the main coastal highway, 43 kilometers west of Limassol.
Celebrating Apollo Hylates, God of the Woodland and protector of Ancient Kourion, this temple ruin dates from the 8th century BCE to the 4th century CE.
The Sanctuary of Apollo is only three kilometers west of Ancient Kourion (20 kilometers west of central Limassol).
According to mythology, this is where the god Theseus left the pregnant Ariadne after his battle with the Minotaur.
Ancient Amathus lies on the seafront road on the northeastern edge of Limassol, 11 kilometers from the old town center.
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