3rd ACM International Conference on AI in Finance (ICAIF-22)
Call for Workshop Proposals
The ICAIF’22 workshop organizing committee invites proposals for ICAIF Workshops from academia, government, regulatory agencies, financial institutions, NGOs, and other researchers and practitioners in the AI and Finance community. We particularly encourage proposals from women and individuals from underrepresented minorities.
Workshop organizers are responsible for the full execution and planning of the workshop.
ICAIF Workshops provide a platform for bringing together people with common interests to form communities. Good workshops can help to evaluate and contrast competing perspectives.
ICAIF Workshops aim to tackle emerging topics, explore industry-wide challenges, strategic opportunities, novel tools, and techniques, and start industry-wide conversations.
ICAIF Workshop schedules should encourage lively debates, stimulate the production of new ideas and the discussion of controversial issues.
- Workshop Application Deadline: 6 June 2022
- Workshop Acceptance Notification: 24 June 2022
- Submission Date for Workshop Contributions: 9 September 2022
- Mandatory Accept/Reject Notification Date: 23 September 2022
- Workshops: 2 November 2022
All ICAIF Workshops will be half day events (including all paper presentations, talks and other events).
ICAIF Workshop proposals should be 4-6 pages in length and include:
Methodologies should be relevant to general financial problems that may include but are not limited to:
- Workshop Topic and Title: Describe the specific topic(s) the workshop will focus on. Only the workshops on AI in financial services will be considered.
- Motivation: Discussion on why the topic is of importance for AI in finance. If applicable, please include discussion on prior workshops in the area.
- Organizing Committee: Brief biographies for the organizing committee – focusing on the relevant experience, highlights, and expertise in the field of the workshop. If applicable, please highlight prior workshops organized by the organizers. The names and contact information of the organizing committee members. Identify primary contact (email/phone number) to coordinate with the ICAIF Organizing Committee.
- Tentative Program Committee and Invited Speakers: The proposals are expected to include a tentative list of invited and keynote speakers as well as a list of program committee members. Workshops may include keynotes, invited talks, paper presentations, poster sessions.
- Format: Describe the workshop format including but not limited to the invited talks, panels, poster sessions, paper presentations, other events such as discussions.
- Comparable Workshops: Please discuss comparable or similar workshops organized at prior ICAIF and/or AI conferences. Please specify if the workshop is a continuation of a series of workshops in other venues. This information will be used to assess the novelty and context of the workshop as well as the contents with respect to comparable workshops.
ICAIF workshops are expected to be academic workshops. Hence product offerings and marketing-based workshops will not be considered.
ICAIF workshops will be run by the organizing committees independently, in coordination with the ICAIF Organizing Committee.
ICAIF Workshop proposals will be evaluated by a committee of experts from AI in Finance, consisting of industry, academia, and government contacts. The program committee for proposals and accepted workshops will be announced on the ICAIF website.
Main selection criteria:
- The novelty, timeliness, and relevance to AI Finance community.
- The degree to which it is expected that the community will find the workshop interesting, exciting, and valuable
- Quality of proposed invited speakers
- Organizational experience and ability of the team
Call for Papers/Call for Participation
Workshop organizers will be responsible for creating and publicizing a Call for Papers/Call for
Participation for their respective workshops. Call for submissions deadlines are required to be aligned with the dates and deadlines, as specified above.
Accepted papers and workshop attendance decisions will be made by the workshop organizers. Accepted papers should be announced in accordance with the ICAIF general guidelines as specified above.
Workshop organizers are responsible for the acceptance communications as well as the paper review process. They are expected to propose a program committee for the review process. Workshop organizers are required to provide a tentative list of participants by Oct. 4 and encourage registration prior to the conference registration deadline.
Website and Proceedings
The workshop proceedings will not be a part of the ACM proceedings of the main conference. ICAIF Workshops are required to maintain workshop websites including the workshop proceedings
Quality and Content Criteria
ICAIF workshops are expected to meet the quality and content standards similar to the main conference. The workshop topics should be broadly within the field of AI in finance. Workshops on topics outside of the scope will not be considered.
Workshop organizations are expected to follow common academic quality and conflict of interest criteria.
Papers accepted to the ICAIF 22 main program cannot be part of the Workshop programs. ICAIF Workshop organizers are encouraged to ask for novel contributions in the call for papers, limiting publications of papers in prior venues to a minimum.
ICAIF 2022 conference will be in person in New York. ICAIF will provide access and logistic support to the conference venue for the workshops. Workshop organizers are also encouraged to use the review platform selected by ICAIF for their specific programs, while independently maintaining their paper decisions and committee/reviewer lists.
Dates and Schedule
Workshop dates and start/end times will be determined by the ICAIF organizing committee. However, the Workshop organizers are responsible for the workshop program, including but not limited to the detailed schedule of the workshop itself. The Workshop program and other workshop information should be included on the workshop website
ICAIF reserves the right to drop any workshop if the organizers miss the above deadlines, requirements or if there is insufficient participation.
Workshop-related questions should be directed to: ICAIF2022.email@example.com.
ICAIF-22 Workshop Cochairs
Blanka Horvath (King’s College London)
Ruimeng Hu (University of California Santa Barbara)
ICAIF-22 General Chair
Daniele Magazzeni (J.P. Morgan)