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Call for Papers

The submission deadline was extended to 9 October 2020 (23:59 AoE).

Deadline Friday, 2 9 October 2020 (23:59 AoE)
Author notification Friday, 30 October 2020 (23:59 AoE)

We welcome all original research papers of up to 4 pages in length, using the template provided below. This length does not include references or any supplementary materials. Reviewers are not obliged to read supplementary materials when reviewing the paper. Submissions should be a single file in .pdf format. The review process is double-blind, so please ensure that all papers are appropriately anonymised.

We also welcome extended abstracts of up to 2 pages in length that describe open problems, novel applications, or challenges in Topological Data Analysis, Topological Machine Learning, and related areas (using the template provided below). Again, this length does not include references or any supplementary materials.

We also permit papers that have been recently published or are under submission to another venue. Please mark such papers accordingly upon submission. The page limit for these submissions is 4 pages.

Selected papers will be presented as brief ‘spotlights’ of 3 minutes length. All authors of accepted papers will have the option to present their work in a live session.

This workshop is non-archival; even though all accepted papers will be available on OpenReview, there are no formally-published proceedings.


We only accept submissions that have been prepared using LaTeX. Use the following workshop style files for your submission (the PDF file is provided as a preview of the expected style):

Scope and topics

Please find a list of topics of interested, sorted alphabetically. If you are not sure whether your topic might be a good fit for the workshop, feel free to contact us at