43rd International Symposium on Forecasting

Charlottesville, Virginia USA | June 25-28

The ISF Program Committee looks forward to receiving abstracts and hearing inventive presentations that demonstrate again that the annual forecasting symposium is the premier forum where the latest forecasting research is presented.

March 1 Invited session proposals
March 17 Abstract submission
March 27 Notification of acceptance/rejection of abstracts
April 28 Registration deadline, for accepted abstracts
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Invited Sessions

Invited topic sessions are put together by an individual, generally the Chair, with a set of speakers who they invite to present on a related, forecasting theme. The proposed session is reviewed by the ISF program committee for inclusion in the program.

We are accepting proposals for invited sessions of 3-4 committed talks. When submitting a proposal, include session title, general description of the session, names of participants (including email, affiliation), and their tentative talk titles. The deadline for submitting an invited session is March 1, 2023. Proposals should be sent to: [email protected].


• You may only submit ONE abstract and give one talk. You may be listed as a co-author on additional papers
• Abstracts titles have 150 character maximum and abstract description must be 350 words or less
• Abstracts must be in English
• Abstracts will be published exactly as entered if accepted. Please review your abstract and check for typographical and spelling errors, coherence, and technical content
Guidelines for participating in sessions
• All speakers are expected to attend the ISF in person. Those not speaking may join in person or online.
• Below is a list of suggested subject areas

Subject Areas

Bayesian methods Education Macroeconomics Software and support systems
Big Data Energy Macroeconomic forecasting Sports
Business cycles Exponential smoothing Marketing State space models
Climate and environment Finance Multivariate times series models Supply chain
Combinations Forecast evaluation Neural networks Time series models
Crime Government forecasting Nowcasting Tourism
Data mining Healthcare Pharmaceuticals Transportation
Demand Inflation Political Volatility
Demography Intermittent demand Prediction markets Other forecasting topics
Density Information and Communications Tech Risk and uncertainty
Econometrics Judgemental Seasonality