The IASE 2017 Satellite Conference will be held in Rabat, Morocco from July 11-14, 2017, just before the 61th World Statistics Congress, July 16-21 in Marrakesh in Morocco. An IASE Satellite conference takes place every two years, bringing together diverse people from around the world and the host country to share their passion, expertise and experiences in statistics education. Many delegates then continue to the larger WSC which also has numerous sessions relevant to statistics education, but some come just for the Satellite meeting.
The Satellite will bring together a group of experts, scholars, practitioners, and researchers, representing as many different countries as possible, to discuss views and approaches related to the Conference theme Teaching Statistics in a Data Rich World.
Conference Program and Theme
The 2017 IASE Satellite conference will be hosted by the Faculty of Sciences at the campus of the Mohammed V University of Rabat. The Campus venue is located at 4 Ibn Battouta Avenue, Rabat.
Committees and contacts
The conference is managed by an International Program Committee (IPC) and a Local Organizing Committee (LOC). Details about the IPC and LOC members can be found on the Committees and Sponsors page.
For all questions regarding the scientific program, papers and poster presentations, please contact the IPC chair, Ayse Bilgin (Australia); use the IPC contact address firstname.lastname@example.org.
For all questions regarding registration and local arrangements, please contact the LOC chair, Abdelhak Zoglat (Morocco).
Organizers and Sponsors
The conference is co-organized by the International Association for Statistical Education (IASE) and Faculty of Sciences, Mohammed V University (MU5) in Rabat.
We gratefully acknowledge the support and sponsorship of the following organizations for this event:
The Proceedings have been published
The revised Abstracts book is available
Key dates in 2017
15 July Conference is closed
01 SeptemberDeadline for submission of Papers, Posters, Keynotes, etc for the Satellite Proceedings. see Notices for Guidelines
For complete timeline and details seeTheme & papers
Workshops (July 11)