Workshop cancelled in relation to Covid-19 outbreak

Due to the recent outbreak of Covid-19 and given the containment measures that several institutions have put in place, the workshop has been cancelled.

The Workshop

The ENS de Lyon is organising a 2-days workshop bringing together researchers in Graph Convolutional Networks, Graph Representation Learning and Reinforcement Learning. Recent years have seen many developments in these related fields, and this workshop will provide two days of close interactions, fostering the emergence of new collaborations. It will take place on the 23-24 March 2020, at ENS Lyon.


Keynote speakers:

  • Don Towsley (University of Massachusetts)
  • Michaël Defferrard (EPFL)
  • Geert Leus (TU Delft)
  • Bruno Scherrer (Inria, Université de Lorraine)
  • Andreas Loukas (EPFL)
  • Sebastien Gerchinovitz (IRT St. Exupéry Toulouse)

Call for Contributions

We call for contributions based on recent works, either published or not, with special emphasis on works by PhD students or young researchers. The scope of the meeting includes the following topics:

  • Graph Convolutional Networks
  • Graph Representation Learning
  • Reinforcement Learning
  • and of course any combination of the three!

There are 6 to 8 available slots for talks, which will be 20 minutes presentation and 10 minutes questions. To submit a proposal, please write to with a link to the article you wish to present (or a copy in pdf format).


Submission deadline: 28 February 2020 (Anywhere on Earth)




Participation to the workshop is free of charge, but registration is required for logistics.

Please fill the registration form so we can count you in!



Organisers: Sébastien Lerique, Pierre Borgnat, Paulo Gonçalves and Aurélien Garivier.


For any questions, please ask by writing to

Institutions: Computer Science Lab LIP, Mathematics Department UMPA, Laboratory of Physics, IXXI (Rhône-Alpes Complex Systems Institute), Project ACADEMICS (Machine learning & Data Science) of IDEXLYON, Inria.

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