We are glad to announce the first call for abstracts of the Conference of European Statistics Stakeholders (CESS) 2022, which will be held at the Department of Statistical Sciences of the University of Rome "La Sapienza" (Italy) on October 20-21, 2022.
The scope of the Conference is to enhance the dialogue between European methodologists, producers, and users of European Statistics.
The Conference will be in-presence, but we will allow at-distance attendance (preferably not for the speakers).
No registration fee will be required, but registration is mandatory for all participants (limited attendance – first come, first served and preference for speakers).
To present a paper at CESS, you need to submit an abstract after creating an account on Indico. The abstract must be up to 1 page long, and the author must select at least one of the thematic areas of the Conference (see the end of this message). The deadline for the abstract submission is April 30, 2022.
All CESS 2022 participants will also have the opportunity to submit their full paper for publication in:
- Springer-Nature Series Studies in Theoretical and Applied Statistics. It will contain selected papers of methodological and applied interest from the CESS 2022 conference.
- ECB Statistics Paper Series. It will contain selected papers of interest to central banks from the CESS 2022 conference.
- Springer Special Issue of the International Journal ADAC. It will contain selected papers on new methodologies interconnecting Statistical Learning, Data Science, and Artificial Intelligence for high-quality and timely statistics.
The deadline for full paper submissions is November 15, 2022. Further details on the modalities of the paper submission will follow soon here.
The preliminary program will be announced by June 30, 2022. The final schedule will be notified by October 1, 2022. For further information and updates, please visit the conference website https://cess2022.dss.uniroma1.it/event/3/ or contact email@example.com.
We look forward to welcoming you to CESS2022 in Rome!
- April 30, 2022: early registration deadline
- June 15, 2022: standard registration deadline
- October 1, 2022: late registration deadline
SUBMISSION OF ABSTRACT
- April 30, 2022: deadline submission of single abstracts
- May 31, 2022: notification to Authors
THEMATIC AREAS (preferred but not limited to):
- Environmental, Economic and Social Statistics:
- Green deal and environmental statistics
- Migration and Demography in Europe
- Statistics for enhanced Economic governance and fast recovering
- Poverty and Social Exclusion: Measuring Employment and Social Developments
- Measuring the Sustainable Development of Europe
- Measuring Inequality, Poverty and Social Problems
- Statistics on FinTechs and innovative activities in the financial sector
- Statistics on crypto assets, crypto markets and crypto ecosystems
- Distributional national and financial accounts
- Measuring digitalisation and intangible capital
- Measuring globalisation: cross-border activities of multinational enterprises, global value chains, foreign assets
- New Statistical Methodologies
- Improving Timeliness and Modernisation of Statistical Production Processes
- Artificial Intelligence and Data Science for official statistics
- Non-traditional (big) data sources: methods, tools, quality
- Georeferenced Data and Spatial Statistics Methods for Official Statistics
- Graphical and Network Models and Analysis for Official Statistics
- Machine Learning, Clustering and other innovative methods of analysis for decision making
- Experimental Statistics
- Text mining and Natural language Processing
- Improving Statistical Literacy
- Data science skills for the next generation of Statisticians
- European Data Ecosystem: Data access, use, detection, governance and communication
- Data Protection and Confidentiality
- Evolving European legislation and reuse of new data sources for future statistics
- Data quality management and efficient user feedback loops.
- A Common European Data Ecosystem for the Statistical Information in the digital age
- New Principles and Models of data governance for the European Data Ecosystem
- Strategies of Communication for European Statistics in the digital age