Invited session proposal has been
The NESS Program Committee underscores that a successful
invited session proposal is characterized by interesting and
timely topics that are thoughtfully developed and include
speakers representing the diversity of statistical science and
society, including disciplinary field, gender, ethnicity, and
- Each invited session will be 100 minutes long with 4
speakers (or 3 speakers and a discussant) and a chair. Each
speaker will have 25 minutes for presentation (including
discussion and Q&A). The organizer can be a chair and/or
participant in the session they are organizing. Session
proposals are due by April 7, 2024.
- All participants of the invited sessions that are accepted
will be required to register for the conference by paying the
registration fee. The registration ID will be required to
submit the title and abstract by May 1, 2024.
Registration fee can be found here: https://symposium.nestat.org/registration.php.
- As the conference is fully hybrid, speakers can present
either in-person or virtually.
- Organizers need to contact speakers and obtain their
consent prior to proposing them as potential speakers in the
invited session. A speaker can speak in at most one
- An invited panel discussion can also be proposed with 4
panelists and a moderator.
Due to limited capacity, we may need to select which
sessions will be featured at the conference from among the
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