Welcome to the 26th LIDS Student Conference!
The annual LIDS Student Conference is a student-organized, student-run conference that provides an opportunity for graduate students and postdocs to present their research to peers as well as to the community at large. This year, we are delighted to welcome two distinguished plenary speakers accompanying four student sessions in:
- Machine Learning, Information, and Statistics;
- Control, Autonomy, and Decision Making;
- Networks, Systems, Games and Economics;
- Optimization, Algorithms and Theory.
Due to COVID-19, this year's conference will be held virtually via Zoom and Gather.Town.
To find out more about the Laboratory for Information & Decision Systems (LIDS), MIT's oldest lab, please visit LIDS website.
We are delighted to have with us as distinguished plenary speakers:
Don't hesitate to contact the conference co-chairs regarding any conference-related questions.
New conference date: February 3, 2021. Program remains the same.
We are glad to announce that the LIDS student conference will be held virtually on a new date: February 3, 2021. The program details remain the same.2021-01-29
The conference will be postponed due to unforeseen circumstances
Unfortunately, we had to postpone the LIDS student conference due to unforeseen circumstances. More information will follow soon.2021-01-27
Registration is now open!2020-11-08
The 2021 LIDS Student Conference website is now open
The 2021 Conference website is now online! If you have any questions, please email the organizers.2020-11-08