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31st TIES Conference 2024
Announcement and Invitation.

Submit your Invited Paper Session or Contributed Paper proposals!

The International Environmetrics Society (TIES, www.environmetrics.org) is pleased to announce the upcoming TIES 2024 Conference (www.isi-next.org/conferences/ties2024/) scheduled to take place from 2 – 5 December at the Mawson Lakes Campus of the University of South Australia.

Invitation: Call for Submissions
We are inviting you, your colleagues, your statistical network, statisticians, data scientists, professors and academics to submit proposals for the Invited Paper Sessions (IPS) and also Contributed papers (CPS).

Submit your IPS proposal by 15 July 2024 via: Submit your IPS Proposal

Submit your CPS proposal by 15 August 2024 via: Submit your CPS Proposal

View the guidelines for session organisers and contributed papers.

The TIES Conference
The TIES Conference is one of the most important conferences on Environmetrics, where statisticians, data scientists, researchers, and academics come together to discuss important issues in the field. We particularly encourage communication between individuals from different disciplines and between researchers and practitioners.

Conference Topics
All contributions related to environmetrics are welcome from across academia, research institutes, government, business and industry, but we specifically encourage contributions related to the following application and methods themes:

• Applications: climate change (adaptation and resilience), natural hazards (rare events and extremes), renewable energy, water quality and hydrology, sustainability and biodiversity, indigenous knowledge.

• Methods: spatiotemporal statistics, data fusion/integration, hybrid modelling, AI and ML, probabilistic forecasting, environmental sampling/monitoring/design, pushing the frontiers in environmetrics (an overarching theme for state-of-the-art).

If you have any questions, don’t hesitate to contact us via john.boland@unisa.edu.au

Yours sincerely,
The International Environmetrics Society Conference Organisers