We have updated the guidance on abstract length: send more than a page if you like.
We invite submissions on Monte Carlo methods and their practical application. Particularly welcome are "tricks of the trade" and "war stories" that might not make it into conventional publications. Submissions are solicited both from researchers developing new methodology and from practitioners using established techniques.
Send poster abstracts of up to one page to ude.otnorot.sc|0102spin-olracetnom#ude.otnorot.sc|0102spin-olracetnom by Oct 31, 2010. Use the NIPS style file with no anonymity. We will notify acceptances by Nov 5, and before the NIPS early registration deadline.
More substantial extended abstracts of say three pages are also welcome for the website, and you can add links to (drafts of) full papers to the wiki. We intend to invite key contributions from the workshop to submit full papers to a JMLR W&CP issue to appear in the new year.
More information about the workshop and its organization can be found on the rest of this wiki. We also invite contributions to the wiki, including suggested readings and discussion topics.