MLE 2023 Conference

2nd IEEE Machine Learning in Engineering Conference 2023 

The second in a series of conferences hosted at SCE, MLE-2023 is focused on bringing together academic and industrial professionals of all ranks who are experts in machine learning theory and applications in all areas of engineering, with a particular focus on deep learning techniques.

Every field of engineering is embracing machine learning and deep learning in unique ways. Modern algorithms find patterns in data and use them for different categorization, prediction, and generating tasks by using mathematical models in a neural network. Pattern recognition in photos, videos, audio, text, and other types of data has effectively used this method. Problems that were impossible to tackle a few years ago can now be solved because to deep learning.

The MLE-2023 conference offers keynote lectures and oral presentations covering different aspects of machine learning, including emerging technologies and theoretical models. The conference addresses both fundamental and applied, traditional and emerging issues of machine learning, such as natural language processing, image processing, and more.

Invited speakers from top universities and industry will speak at the conference, along with conference presentations. A unique session of the conference is devoted to graduate student presentations, including reports on works-in-progress.


MLE invites contributions in the categories listed below.

  • Oral presentations require a brief proposal (~500 words, informal). These proposals undergo a review process to select presentations of maximal interest to MLE attendees. Accepted proposals will be assigned a presentation slot (~15min) during the conference.
  • Posters will be exhibited during the conference, with a dedicated poster session during a break where poster authors will be available aside their posters. For our online audience, the posters will be available on the conference webpage together with contact details such that online participants can communicate questions or comments to the authors. Posters contributors may choose to submit either a brief proposal (~250 words, informal) or a proposed poster.

The poster must:

Have an A0 size (841 mm x 1189 mm), portrait format
Be readable both printed and on-screen
Be of interest to the MLE community
Not be a sales pitch or advertisement

Conference Fee



The conference offers full support (no registration fees) for research students who wish to present their research findings, including work-in-progress.


  • Signal and Image Processing
  • Computer Vision
  • Biomedical Applications
  • Natural Language Processing
  • Robotics and Control
  • Financial Applications

Important dates and deadlines:

Abstracts submissions: TBA

Poster submissions: TBA

Acceptance notification: TBA


Shamoon College of Engineering (SCE), Beer Sheva campus, Bialik 56, Beer Sheva


Natalia Vanetik, Software Engineering, SCE

Dima Bykhovsky, Electrical and Electronics Engineering, SCE

Organizing Committee:

Shmuel Auster, IEEE Israel Section Chair, AEAI Honorary Life Member

Victor Kagalovsky, Dean, SCE