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I am looking forward to welcoming you to Ottawa in July 2023!

Statisticians have never been more relevant to helping solve the problems of the world than they are today. And it’s more important than ever that statisticians connect with each other, talk to each other, and learn from each other. This is why I want to see you at the next World Statistics Congress, at the Shaw Centre, in Ottawa, Canada, in 2023.

In past years, the International Statistical Institute has brought together thousands of delegates from more than 120 countries in these meetings. After our successful Virtual Congress in 2021, we look forward to meeting friends and colleagues from around the world in person.

We will have a rich scientific programme that includes invited sessions, contributed sessions, short courses, tutorials, and time to meet friends and colleagues. We will be attracting academics, mathematical statisticians, data scientists, applied statisticians, official statisticians and statisticians from the world of business. You don’t have to be a statistician to benefit from the WSC – anyone who uses or has an interest in statistics or data science will find the sessions of value.

The Shaw Centre in Ottawa is a space that will be welcoming to the entire statistical world. There will be opportunities for informal networking, and special events for Young Statisticians, and for Women in Statistics, and for ISI Members.

If you are interested in making good decisions using data; if you want to share your ideas with your peers; if you want to learn from others – this is the place that you will want to be.

So we look forward to seeing you at the World Statistics Congress in July 2023 at the Shaw Centre in Ottawa, Canada.

Stephen Penneck
ISI President

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