Call for papers


Contributors are requested to submit the abstract on-line. All submissions, except invited talks, are subject to a refereeing process. Authors are requested to submit in the proper track. Please select "Contributed" for free contributed submissions, or choose the appropriate specialized (invited) session in the list. Abstracts should contain no more than 500 words. They have to describe: the substantive problem and the analyzed data, the approach and the models used, as well as the main results of the analysis. Authors of papers presented at ITACOSM2022 may submit their full papers after the conference for publication in a special issue in the journal "Metron"; further details will be available later on.



Adaptive sample designs

Administrative registers, big data and sample surveys

Calibration methods for data integration

Capture-recapture methods

Data fusion

Data production

Data quality

Estimation from different data sources

Estimation issues from informative designs

Integration of probability and non probability samples

Machine learning methods in survey estimation

Missing data

Mixed mode surveys

Multiple Frame Surveys

Network Sampling

New methods for censuses

Opinion polls

Population-size estimation

Record Linkage

Sample designs for complex populations (networks) and for integrated data

Sample selectivity

Sample surveys for sensitive data

Sampling and non-sampling errors

Sampling for hard-to-reach populations

Small area estimation

Smart surveys

Spatial sampling and use of remote sensing data

Statistical Matching



• March 1, 2022: Abstract submission for contributed papers

• March 14, 2022: Notification of acceptance for contributed papers

• April 4, 2022: Abstract submission for keynote and invited papers

• April 18, 2022: Deadline for the final version of all abstracts

• April 18, 2022: Early conference registration deadline

• May 31, 2022: Online conference registration deadline

• Aug 31, 2022: Full papers submission for the special issue in "Metron"

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