Call for Papers

Submission deadline: Thursday, Sept 15, 2022 (16:59 PDT) Thursday, Sept 22, 2022 (16:59 PDT)

Submission site (OpenReview): NeurIPS 2022 GLFrontiers Workshop

Author notification: Friday, Oct 21, 2022

Camera ready deadline: Friday, Nov 4, 2022 (16:59 PDT)

Workshop (in person): Friday, Dec 2, 2022


  • Please use the following NeurIPS GLFrontiers style file for the camera ready submission, which has the correct notice at the first page of your paper. Please use the option \usepackage[final]{neurips_glfrontiers_2022} in your main text file. Please upload your camera ready version via making a revision at OpenReview.

The workshop will be held fully in person at the New Orleans Convention Center, as part of the NeurIPS 2022 conference. We also plan to offer livestream for the event, and more details will come soon.

We welcome submissions regarding the new frontiers of graph learning, including but not limited to:

  • Graphs in the wild: Graph learning for datasets and applications without explicit relational structure (e.g., images, text, audios, code). Novel ways of modeling structured/unstructured data as graphs are highly welcomed.

  • Graphs in ML: Graph representations in general machine learning problems (e.g., neural architectures as graphs, relations among input data and learning tasks, graphs in large language models, etc.)

  • New oasis: Graph learning methods that are significantly different from the current paradigms (e.g., large-scale pre-trained models, multi-task models, super scalable algorithms, etc.)

  • New capabilities: Graph representation for knowledge discovery, optimization, causal inference, explainable ML, ML fairness, etc.

  • Novel applications: Novel applications of graph learning in real-world industry and scientific domains. (e.g., graph learning for missing data imputation, program synthesis, etc.)

We welcome both short research papers of up to 4 pages (excluding references and supplementary materials), and full-length research papers of up to 8 9 pages (excluding references and supplementary materials). All accepted papers will be presented as posters. We will select 6 papers for short spotlight presentations and 2 papers for the outstanding paper awards with cash incentives. Speakers and DEI applicants with accepted papers are welcomed to apply for a limited amount of travel support by contact the workshop committee. We sincerely appreciate the sponsorship from Google on our workshop.

All submissions must use the NeurIPS template. We do not require the authors to include the checklist in the template. Submissions should be in .pdf format, and the review process is double-blind—therefore the papers should be appropriately anonymised. Previously published work (or under-review) is acceptable.

Should you have any questions, please reach out to us via email:


NeurIPS 2022 GLFrontiers Workshop is generously sponsored by Google. Google sponsorship