The Eighteenth International
Conference on Machine Learning

Williams College

June 28-July 1, 2001

View from Pine Cobble
Photograph by Peter Finger

The Eighteenth International Conference on Machine Learning (ICML-2001) will be held at Williams College, in the scenic Berkshires of western Massachusetts, from June 28 to July 1, 2001. The conference will bring together researchers to exchange ideas and report recent progress in the computational study of learning.

  • Conference Registration

  • Accommodations

  • Conference Schedule

  • Abstracts of Accepted Papers

  • ICML-2001 Workshops

  • ICML-2001 Tutorials

  • Advisory Committee

  • Program Committee

  • Important Dates for Authors [closed]

  • Submission of Camera-Ready Papers [closed]

  • Link to Publisher's Instructions [closed]

  • Final Formatting Instructions and Templates for Papers [closed]

  • Student Scholarship Program [closed]

  • Advice to Authors (written by Pat Langley for ICML-2K)

  • Review Form

  • Call for Papers [closed]

  • The paper submission web site [closed] Please read this before submitting your paper

  • Call for Workshop Proposals [closed]

  • Call for Tutorial Proposals [closed]

    For information about the conference location, visit The Berkshires, the vistors' page for Williamstown, MA, or the homepage for Williams College.

    Previous meetings on machine learning: ICML-2k, ICML-99, ICML-98.

    Related meetings on machine learning: ECML-2001.

    Please direct questions about the conference to co-chairs Carla Brodley and Andrea Danyluk at .

    ICML-2001 has received support from Microsoft Research, Siemens Corporate Research, Whizbang! Labs, Williams College, Purdue University, and The National Science Foundation.