Neurosymbolic Generative Models have recently gained attention as a promising approach to integrate the strengths of both symbolic reasoning and deep generative modeling. These models combine the ability of symbolic models to explicitly represent abstract concepts and logical reasoning with the ability of neural models to learn and generalize from data.

NeSy-GeMs (Neurosymbolic Generative Models) is a new hybrid workshop at ICLR 2023 to discuss the intersection of Neurosymbolic and generative modeling. You can join us either virtually or in Kigali on the 4th of May.

Important dates

  • Call for Papers released: Dec. 16th, 2022
  • Paper submission deadline: Feb. 3rd, 2023 (AoE)
  • Reviews released: Mar. 3rd, 2023
  • Camera-ready deadline: Apr. 20th, 2023 (AoE)
  • Hybrid workshop date: May 4th, 2023

We target researchers from different backgrounds. NeSy-GeMs encourages short papers (4 pages) and extended abstracts on recently published work. See the call for papers for more information.

Papers can be submitted through Openreview.


Program Committee

TBA. If you would like to help with reviewing or know someone who could help, fill in this Google form.


We encourage posting all general questions on our Google Groups. For private or specific questions, contact