LOGML Summer School 2024

London, 8-12 July 2024

LOGML (London Geometry and Machine Learning) aims to bring together mathematicians and computer scientists to work together on a variety of problems at the intersection of geometry and machine learning. There will be a selection of group projects, each overseen by an experienced mentor, talks by leading figures in the field, a variety of social events and a company networking night.

Participant Applications (applications now closed)

Applications for participants are now open! The summer school is targeted at early career researchers, that includes mostly PhD students, though Master’s students, postdocs, and people working in industry are also welcome to apply. Bachelor’s students will be considered but preference will be given to Master’s level and above.

Applications closed on 26 Jan 2024. We expect to inform all applicants by the end of February about the outcome of their application. (If we need longer, then this text here will be updated.)

For all questions please contact logml.committee@gmail.com.

Mentor Applications (applications now closed)

Applications for group project mentors are now open! Mentors guide a small group of passionate early career researchers on a week-long project of their choosing at the intersection of geometry and machine learning.

LOGML is not merely a summer school; it’s an incubator for innovation at the intersection of geometry and machine learning. Several working groups that started at LOGML went on to form longer-term collaborations leading to publications in notable conferences and journals, including:

Here’s what you can anticipate:

  • Deep dive into collaborative research: You’ll steer a group of typically five early-career researchers, working closely on a well-defined project. While 15 hours of the week are earmarked for project working time, the energy and enthusiasm often see groups dedicating more.
  • Drive tangible outcomes: The LOGML experience is intensive, yet the time frame is concise. With only one week available, it’s essential to zero in on achievable milestones. In the past, mentors have found success in adapting existing algorithms to fresh datasets, implementing a pilot for a theoretical ideal, or laying the theoretical foundations for a longer-term project.
  • Engage & enlighten: Apart from the project work, the week will be filled with lectures by leading figures in the field, and a company and networking night.


Applications closed on December 1st.

You can find a list of previous years’ projects and speakers under “Archives” above.