The 2019 Modern Modeling Methods conference will be held 5/20-5/23/19. Proposals for the 2019 conference are due on 2/1/19.
The full conference program pdf is now available online. Click here: Program_2018_5-16
Registration for the 2018 Modern Modeling Methods Conference is now open. To register for the conference, click here.
May 21st- Susan Murphy will present an all day workshop on Just in Time Adaptive Interventions
May 24th- Tenko Raykov will present an all day workshop on IRT from a latent variable modeling perspective
Three great keynoters are confirmed for the 2018 Modern Modeling Methods conference: Susan Murphy (Harvard), Tenko Raykov (MSU), and Peter Molenaar (PennState).
The 2018 MMM conference proposal submission site is now available. You may submit proposals to present papers, posters, or symposia at the 2018 MMM conference until 2/1/2018. Presenters will be notified of their acceptance status by 2/19/2018.
Steven Boker’s pre-conference and keynote slides are available.
If you are presenting a paper, please bring your paper presentation on a flash/thumb drive. Each presentation room has a PC computer and a projector. The presentations flow far more smoothly if everyone loads their presentations onto the desktop before the session begins. Also, we ask that the last presenter in each of the concurrent sessions serve as the chair/time keeper so that all papers receive adequate and equal presentation time. For a 30 minute time slot, please pla n to speak for no more than 25 minutes to allow time for questions and transitions between the papers. Please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions about your presentation.Please email me at email@example.com if you have any questions about your presentation.
The poster session/reception is 5:00-6:30 pm on Tuesday, May 23. If you are bringing a poster, it should be no larger than 4 feet tall by 6 feet wide. We will supply thumbtacks. Please come to the Student Union Ballroom at 4:45pm to hang your poster. Your poster number is in the program book, along with your abstract. We ask that you stay near your poster for the first hour of the reception to talk to interested attendees, then you can feel free to mingle and enjoy the reception. Please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions about the poster session.