The 2016 Cascadia Symposium on Statistics in Sports is a meeting of statisticians and quantitative analysts connected with sports teams, sports media, and universities to discuss common problems of interest in statistical modeling and analysis of sports data. The symposium format is a mixture of invited talks, a poster session, and a panel discussion.
The symposium, like the content of this website, is based heavily on the
New England Symposium on Statistics in Sports
In addition to a plenary talk and panel, the symposium will include several oral presentations. For consideration, please email an abstract in pdf format (max 2 pages) to firstname.lastname@example.org by June 15, 2016. Be sure to include your name, affiliation, and contact information in the email. Abstracts will be reviewed by June 30. Note that there will be a poster session for those not accepted as oral presentations.
Registration is open. Click here to go to the registration site.
Please register early, as space is limited.
The program will consist of a plenary presentation by Kirk Goldsberry, a soccer analytics panel (panelists to be announced shortly), 8-12 technical presentations (to be selected from submitted abstracts), and a poster session.
CASSIS will be held at SFU Harbour Center in downtown Vancouver on September 24, 2016. We have arranged a group discount at two nearby hotels for the nights of September 23 and 24 (limited availability -- please book early):
There are also dozens of other hotels within walking distance of the conference location.
Most participants will arrive via YVR Vancouver Airport. From the airport, you may take a taxi downtown (about $40 CAD) or take the Canada Line ($9 CAD), exiting at Waterfront Station, which is 1 block from the conference venue. Don't hesitate to contact us with questions: