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37th International Symposium on Forecasting, June 25-28, 2017 in Cairns, Australia Integrating academic research into practical applications is one of the hallmarks of the annual International Symposium on Forecasting (ISF) being held this year, June 25-28 in Cairns, Australia. The ISF draws the world’s top forecasting professionals and researchers, presenters and participants, to learn about and discuss cutting-edge developments in forecasting.
The premiere international conference on forecasting, the ISF encompasses a broad range of forecasting sectors. This year’s event includes sessions on climate predictability, forecasting electricity demand, prediction of business cycles in real time, financial market volatility, forecast optimality, early warning signals, tourism forecasting, information technology trends, macroeconomic trends and the history of prediction science, among many others.
“The Symposium provides a platform for leading forecasting professionals to reveal their insights into the field. With a stimulating scientific program, plenty of networking opportunities, and a fun social program, ISF 2017 will be a memorable event. The City of Cairns warmly welcomes our participants and extends an invitation to explore the beauty of the Great Barrier Reef, Daintree Rain Forest and the north east coast of Australia,” says Rob Hyndman, General Chair of ISF 2017, and Professor of Statistics at Monash University, Melbourne.