6th European User Conference for EU-Microdata,

Pre-Conference Workshop,

March 6-8, 2019

Organized by German Microdata Lab, GESIS, in cooperation with Eurostat and CESSDA

The 6th European User Conference for EU-Microdata provides an international forum for the exchange of research based on EU-SILC,EU-LFS, AES, CVTS; SES, CIS, EHIS and HBS data. The aim of the conference is to bring together researchers working with EU-Microdata not only to encourage the discussion within the research community on both substantive and methodological issues, but also to offer researchers the opportunity to give feedback to Eurostat. The conference offers furthermore the possibility to discuss needs of the research community with Eurostat. Researchers of all disciplines who are interested in EU-LFS, EU-SILC and/or other European microdata disseminated by Eurostat are encouraged to participate.

The conference is co-funded by the Consortium of European Social Science Data Archives (cessda) and is open to all researchers interested in EU-Microdata. However capacity is limited and registration is required.

The 2019 Conference will feature a pre-conference workshop on Wednesday, 6 March 2019 (on the premises of GESIS). The workshop will provide a space for participants to come together with experts from Statistics Austria on working with EU-SILC longitudinal data. Capacity is highly limited and registration is required.

Programme

programme (624 KB)

Conference Registration

The conference is co-funded by CESSDA, therefore there will be no conference fees. However participants will have to cover their own expenses for travel and accommodation.

Registration to the conference

Pre-Conference Workshop Registration

Please note, the workshop is not included in the conference registration. Participants must register for the workshop here in order to reserve a seat (capacity is limited). There will be no workshop fees.

Contact

For any further questions please contact the local organizers Heike Wirth (heike.wirth(at)gesis(dot)org) and Oshrat Hochman (oshrat.hochman(at)gesis(dot)org).