SAE 2023: Small Area Estimation, Surveys and Data Sciences

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Date(s) - 05/06/2023 - 09/06/2023
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SAE 2023: Small Area Estimation, Surveys and Data Sciences

June 5th – 9th ,  2023

Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú

Facultad de Ciencias Sociales

Lima, Peru


We are pleased to announce that the 2023 Small Area Estimation international conference (SAE 2023) will take place at the Pontifical Catholic University of Perú during June 7 – 9, 2023. This international conference will serve as a bridge among statisticians, survey methodologists, computer scientists, and others interested in combining information from multiple databases to develop reliable inferences at granular levels. In addition to traditional topics in SAE, the conference will cover a few emerging topics in surveys and official statistics. All conference presentations will be strictly in-person. However, it will be possible to attend the conference virtually.

Currently, the Program Committee of SAE 2023 invites the submission of Invited Session and Contributed Session proposals. In addition to traditional topics in SAE, we expect to cover a few emerging topics in survey and official statistics (e.g., combining multiple sources of data, nonprobability sampling, probabilistic record linkage, data fusion, statistical disclosure control, etc.). Each invited session is expected to be 90 minutes long, with three speakers, or three speakers plus a discussant. The organizer could be one of the speakers. Please include the name of a session chair who should not participate as a speaker or the session’s discussant. The proposal should include an outline/summary of the session and information (name, affiliation, email address) about the session organizer, speakers, discussant (if any), and session chair.

Please stay tuned for relevant updated information about the conference, including abstract submission and registration, to be posted on the conference website If you have further questions, contact Mr Andrés Gutiérrez (, ECLAC’s Regional Adviser on Social Statistics; or Mr Angelo Cozzubo (, PUCP researcher.