The 21st Australasian Data Science and Machine Learning Conference (AUSDM'23)

Auckland, New Zealand, 11-13 December 2023

Call for Tutorials and Workshops

We’re pleased to invite you to contribute to The 21st Australasian Data Science and Machine Learning Conference (AUSDM’23), a premier event for both practitioners and researchers in the realm of data mining. This year’s conference is set to take place in Auckland, New Zealand, from the 11th to the 13th of December, 2023. Our theme this year is “Data Science and Machine Learning: Now part of everyone everyday”​.

AUSDM’23 will feature an array of tutorials and workshops, and we are now welcoming proposals for these sessions. These are excellent opportunities to provide both introductory knowledge and in-depth exploration on topics related to data mining from a theoretical and practical perspective. We encourage proposals that will appeal to a wide variety of interests within our community

Proposal Guidelines

Please submit proposals of up to 3 pages, adhering to the following structure:

    • Title
    • Abstract (maximum of 250 words)
    • Outline: Detail the subject matter to be covered and its depth.
    • Objectives and Learning Outcomes: Outline the goals of the tutorial or workshop and what attendees stand to gain (new skills, knowledge, or understanding).
    • Previous Presentations: If this tutorial or workshop has been conducted elsewhere, please provide a list of these instances, along with the audience size.
    • Presenters: Include names, affiliations, emails, and short bios of each presenter. The bios should indicate the presenters’ research interests and areas of expertise relevant to the tutorial’s or workshop’s topic. If there are multiple presenters, please specify how the time will be divided.
Each tutorial or workshop should be designed to fit into one or two sessions, with each session lasting 2 hours.


Presenter Benefits

As a token of appreciation, we will waive the registration fee for one presenter from each accepted tutorial or workshop if there is more than one presenter.

Submission Process

Please send your proposal in PDF format to the Tutorial and Workshop Chair, Dr Andrew Lensen, at The deadline for proposal submissions is the 15th of September 2023. We will notify the successful applicants by the 29th of September 2023. We eagerly await your contributions and look forward to an engaging and insightful AUSDM’23.

Days until Conference








Keydates (AoE)

Abstract submission: 18 Aug 23
Paper submission: 25 Aug 23
Paper notification: 24 Sept 23
Tutorial/Workshop submission: 26 Sept 23
Tutorial/Workshop notification: 29 Sept 23
Camera-ready: 8 Oct 23
Author Registration: 8 Oct 23

Related Conference