International Summer School on Deep Learning, 2-6 July, 2018, Gdansk, Poland
Concurrent event: 11th International Conference on Human System Interaction HSI 2018

International Summer School on Deep Learning


Thank you all for submitting your applications. After consideration, we selected 60 participants from 21 countries. We do not accept new registration requests, as the registration is closed and the waiting list is full.
You are strongly encouraged to participate in a next year edition of International Summer School on Deep Learning!

International Summer School on Deep Learning will introduce participants with fundamentals of deep learning methods. Outside of the basecamp, special sessions and keynotes are planned to keep the audience up to date with the latest advances in this fascinating research area. Outstanding speakers and experienced instructors from all over the world will present scientific background, practical issues and perspectives for the future of deep learning methods. The keynote lectures and mini courses will cover topics ranging from fundamentals of neural networks to practical implementations and applications of deep learning. We invite students, researchers and professionals to participate in this unique event that will keep you on track, help unleashing new ideas and give you a chance to be a part of mind-blowing conversations.


One of the main goals of this event is gaining practical experience to put deep learning theory into practice and make it more relevant for all attendees. Running your own experiments will be possible with interactive course resources available online, for example Jupyter notebooks. Therefore, do not forget to take your mobile computer with you! Additionally, recent hardware solutions, including NVIDIA DGX Station and Intel-based platforms, will be used to run live demonstrations.


During the event, participants will have a chance to be involved in the conversations and exchange ideas not only during scientific meetings but also during get together parties. Moreover, attendees will have the opportunity to present their own work or future plans related to deep learning.


All participants actively taking part in the training will receive a certificate with detailed information about learnt topics and attended training hours.


About 40 university hours of trainings will be provided for an affordable price. Students, including PhD students, will pay no more than 199 Euro for the entire event.


General Chair
Jacek Ruminski, prof. (GUT)

Training Program Chair
Alicja Kwasniewska, Intel and GUT

Publicity Chair
Maciej Szankin, Intel