ISCCRO 2020 : The 3rd International Statistical Conference in Croatia (ISCCRO’20), 7-8 May 2020, Dubrovnik, Croatia
Call For Papers
The 3rd International Statistical Conference in Croatia (ISCCRO’20), 7-8 May 2020, Dubrovnik, Croatia
TOPIC: „Contemporary Issues in Statistical Methods and Data Science Applications”
ISCCRO conference will be held in Dubrovnik, 7-8 May 2020.
Dear Sir or Madam,
3rd International Statistical Conference in Croatia - ISCCRO’20 will be held from 7th to 8th May 2020 in the Centre for Advanced Academic Studies, Dubrovnik, Croatia.
The conference will cover statistical topics and areas, but also similar and related areas and multidisciplinary fields. It will provide a platform for international and national networking and exchange of ideas on various aspects of statistics and related professional and scientific areas and brings together researchers and practitioners from various aspects of statistical profession and science.
ISCCRO conference 2020 will take place in Dubrovnik, the World Heritage UNESCO protected the city, ranked as No.1 touristic destination of the World. The location of the conference is the Centre for Advanced Academic Studies (CAAS), which was founded by the University of Zagreb as a public academic institution for international scientific programmes and postgraduate studies with the aim to facilitate and promote academic activities in various fields of science and advanced education in forms of specialized courses, summer schools, conferences, brainstorming meetings and other similar academic activities.
Who should apply for and attend the international conference ISCCRO?
To apply for the ISCCRO conference you might not only be a Statistician, but also of some other title that might include: Business Analyst, Professor, Researcher, Student, Economist, Software Engineer, Mathematician, Risk Analyst, Quality Analyst, Investigator, Environmental Scientist, Pharmaceutical Engineer, Data Analyst, Project Manager, Manager, etc.
You should attend the ISCCRO because of the range of theoretical and practical statistical topics, discussed by a wider audience. This conference is unique in Croatia, inviting scientists, data producers, and data users. Therefore, this is the best place for sharing and exchanging information and building networks, both domestic and international, among the data producers and users.
Important dates and submissions
It is possible to participate as Full Paper or Abstract Only:
Abstract submission: 15 November 2019
Full paper submission: 20 December 2019
ISCCRO'20 Conference: 7-8 May 2020
Submissions should be made over the online system available at
ISCCRO'20 Invited Speakers
Josip Arnerić, Ph.D., Associate Professor, Univ. of Zagreb Faculty of Economics, Dept. of Statistics, Zagreb, Croatia
James J. Cochran, Ph.D., Associate Dean for Research Professor of Applied Statistics & the Rogers-Spivey Faculty Fellow, Univ. of Alabama, Tuscaloosa AL, USA
Veljko Jeremić, Ph.D., Associate Professor, Univ. of Belgrade, Faculty of Organizational Sciences, Dept. of Operations Research and Statistics, Belgrade, Serbia
Walter J. Radermacher, Ph.D., Researcher at the Department of Statistical Sciences, Sapienza University, Rome & the President of FENStatS, the Federation of European National Statistical Societies, Germany
Original, not yet published papers in English from diverse areas of statistics and methodology are appreciated:
Computational Statistics / Graphics
Data Coding and Editing
Data Collection Methods
Design of Experiments / Clinical Trials
Health Statistics and Epidemiology
Local and Central Government / Official Statistics
Missing Data and Imputation
Probability and Mathematical Statistics
Quality Management in Statistical Research
Regression Generalised Linear/ Multilevel Models
Social Science Methodology
Spatial Statistics / Image Analysis
Statistical Issues in Measurement and Survey Questionnaire Design
Statistical Methods for Decision Making
Statistical Process and Quality Control Methods
Statistical Research Quality and Methodology Information
Survey Research Methods
Survey Sampling Techniques
Time Series Modelling
Uncertainty and Risk Analysis
Other special, cross- and multi-disciplinary areas, such as Data Mining/ Pattern Recognition, Simulation Modelling, Optimization, and Mathematical Programming, Big Data, Data Privacy, and others.
Statistical applications in various disciplines: sociology, psychology, behavior sciences, economics, business, finance, banking and insurance, marketing, opinion polling, management, demographics, kinesiology, biology, ecology and environmental studies, pharmaceutics, ICT, medicine, agriculture, industry, construction, engineering, physics, meteorology, law, sports/ leisure, and others.
Besides the new or improved statistical methods, applied paper submissions are appreciated.
The cross-discipline applied submissions are welcome!
ISCCRO conference is organized by the Croatian Statistical Association, supported by the Croatian Bureau of Statistics. The aim of the CSA is active participation in the development of statistical theory and practice, improving statistics and raising the general statistical culture. This aim is attended through the publishing of the international scientific journal Croatian Review of Economic, Business and Social Statistics (CREBSS), and organization of ISCCRO conference.
ISCCRO’20 Conference Program Chairs
Berislav Žmuk, President, Croatian Statistical Association & Univ. of Zagreb, Faculty of Economics and Business, Dept. of Statistics, Zagreb, Croatia
Ksenija Dumičić, Honorary President, Croatian Statistical Association & Univ. of Zagreb, Faculty of Economics and Business, Dept. of Statistics, Zagreb, Croatia
Marko Krištof, Vice-President, Croatian Statistical Association, Zagreb, Croatia & Consultant, United Nations Statistics Division
Mirjana Pejić Bach, Executive Committee Member, Croatian Statistical Association & Univ. of Zagreb, Faculty of Economics and Business, Dept. of Informatics, Zagreb, Croatia
ISCCRO’20 International Organizing Committee Chairs
Mirta Benšić, J. J. Strossmayer Univ. of Osijek, Croatia
Lea Bregar, Univ. of Ljubljana, Slovenia
Davor Galinec, Croatian National Bank, Croatia
Mario Gavrić, Croatian Bureau of Statistics, Croatia
Mirjana Čižmešija, Univ. of Zagreb, Croatia
Anamarija Jazbec, Univ. of Zagreb, Croatia
Zagorka Lozanov-Crvenković, Univ. of Novi Sad, Serbia
Iris Mihajlović, Univ. of Dubrovnik, Croatia
Blagica Novkovska, Univ. of Tourism and Management in Skopje, The Republic of North Macedonia
Snježana Pivac, Univ. of Split, Croatia
Jasna Pugar, Croatian Bureau of Statistics, Croatia
Ana Štambuk, Univ. of Rijeka, Croatia
Igor Živko, Univ. of Mostar, Bosnia and Herzegovina
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