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. See below for a list of subject areas.
Abstract Submissions ~ deadline 16 March 2020
Proposals for Invited Sessions
We invite you to submit a session, consisting of 3 or 4 talks around a specific, forecasting theme. As an organizer, you would invite 2 or 3 additional speakers to participate in your session. The deadline is 29 February 2020. Submit proposals to the Program Chair, Tao Hong.
|29 February||Proposals for Invited Sessions|
|16 March||Abstract submission|
|27 March||Notification of acceptance/rejection of abstracts|
|1 May||Registration deadline|
• You may only submit one abstract and give one talk. You may be listed as a co-author on additional papers.
• Abstracts must be 500 words or less.
• Once you have been notified of your abstract’s acceptance, you must register in order to be included in the final program.
• See below for a list of subject areas
• Check out our guideline document to assist with your presentations.
|Bayesian methods||Econometrics||Information and Communications Tech||Prediction markets|
|Big Data||Education||Judgemental||Risk and uncertainty|
|Climate and environment||Exponential smoothing||Marketing||Software and support systems|
|Combinations||Finance||Multivariate times series models||Sports|
|Crime||Forecast evaluation||Neural networks||State space models|
|Data mining||Government forecasting||Nowcasting||Supply chain|
|Demand||Healthcare||Other||Time series models|
The abstract submission deadline was 16 March 2020.
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