ACIC 2022 Call for Proposals Ended 3/15/22
We are going to have a great conference. Thanks to our wonderful community, we had over 300+ oral and poster submissions. Thank you for all your hard work and for supporting ACIC 2022!
Oral presentations will be one of 3-4 presentations in a 70 minute parallel session. We are only selecting individual paper submissions, rather than panel submissions.
Posters will be presented as part of a large poster session on Tuesday, May 24 and Wednesday, May 25th. A panel of judges will award the Ten Have Prize “for exceptionally creative causal inference” to the best-rated poster(s) presented by PhD students.
Submission format is a title and short abstract (2000 character; 300-500 word). Please note, all presentations must be in person, though we might relax this as circumstances change. We especially encouraged submissions highlighting the many applications of causal inference across disciplines. ACIC is non-archival.
We are no longer taking submissions but hope to see you at ACIC 2022!
Workshop Schedule & Descriptions
Data Challenge Closed May 1
Proposal Portal Closed
Travel Grants Awarded
ACIC 2022 Committee Members
Poster Presentation Guidelines
Jobs Portal & Careers Lunch Session
ACIC Code of Conduct
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Covid-19 Information & Disclaimer
As members of the campus community, the ACIC Planning Committee is not autonomous in our decision-making, and is subject to UC Office of the President, UC Berkeley, and government guidelines.
The ACIC Planning Committee strongly encourages travelers to purchase refundable or transferable tickets, and is not responsible for travel or other similar costs.
Masks are strongly recommended, but not required, indoors - regardless of vaccination status. N95 masks will be made available.
All participants will be required to adhere to UC Berkeley, UC Office of the President, and local, regional, state, and federal mandates. Failure to comply with COVID-19 safety protocols will result in dismissal from any conference and/or workshop and forfeiture of registration fees.