IPS Organisers were informed of the SPC's decision on or before 24 September 2022.
The ISI invites the statistical community to submit proposals for sessions for the Invited Paper Sessions (IPS) programme. The 64th WSC 2023, to be held 16-20 July in Ottawa, Canada, will highlight the developments and contributions of statistics, statistical science, and data science in all aspects of life, particularly the well-being and welfare of people. The WSC 2023 will host talks and presentations on a wide variety of topics, with the overall goal of presenting a balanced programme that provides a sense of the current state and future direction of statistics and their applications.
The programme will span the full field of statistics including academia, business, industry, government and official statistics in line with the breadth of ISI and the Associations affiliated with ISI. Topics include but are not limited to official statistics, survey statistics, environmental statistics, business and industrial applications of statistics, mathematical statistics, probability, statistics and data science, statistics education, statistical literacy, statistical computing and data visualization.
Invited Paper Sessions - Submit your Proposal by 31 July 2022
Each IPS proposal should include a brief description and justification for the proposed session and a list of presenters and discussants who have agreed to participate. The selection criteria will take into account scientific quality, impact, and overall diversity. An IPS can have one of the following formats: 2 speakers and 2 discussants; 3 speakers and 0, 1 or 2 discussants; 4 speakers and 0 or 1 discussants; 5 speakers and 0 discussants. When the Scientific Programme Committee (SPC) approves an IPS, it will be allocated to a 70, 100 or 120-minute session.
ISI Platform Instructions:
When submitting a proposal, you should indicate the following:
The ISI ensures that:
Guidelines for Session Organisers, Chairs, Presenters and Discussants are available online.
General enquiries about the Scientific Programme should be directed to email@example.com.