Call for Papers

The 2022 NeurIPS AI for Science workshop calls for high-quality and cutting-edge paper submissions in the following two tracks:

(A) Original Research Track

This track calls for 4-page paper (references not included) of high-quality contributions from AI applications to all fields of scientific discovery, ranging from physics, biology, chemistry, earth science, environmental science, mechanical science, aerospace science, management science, agricultural science, material science, nuclear science etc. Appendix is optional, but reviewers are not required to read.

Example topics include (but not limited to):

(B) Attention Track

This track solicits 2-page short paper (references not included) that highlights a perspective of a subject in the field of AI for Science. We especially welcome contributions that discuss the gaps between AI and Science.

Example topics include (but not limited to):

(C) Highlight Track

This track calls comprehensive survey/benchmark on a specific topic under AI4Science, e.g., ML for Molecules, comparing with the original track, this track is more focused on the are more interested in summarising the published works.

Example topics include (but not limited to):

Submission Instructions

Submisssion is due on Sep 18th AoE. Abstract is due on Sep 18th AoE, and submisssion is due on Sep 25th AoE. All submissions are managed through OpenReview.

The review process is double-blind so the submission should be anonymized. We welcome submissions that are (1) originally unpublished, (2) recently published, or (3) work-in-progress. Please use AI for Science template Latex files. Note that for attention track submissions, authors are required to set ‘\usepackage[attention]{neurips_2021}’ to indicate. Accepted papers would be archived on the workshop website. Contributed talks and best paper awards would be given based on review scores and chairs discussion.