2012 German Stata Users Group meeting
|Meeting date:||June 1, 2012|
WZB Social Science Research Center
Applied Data Management Using Stata
by Kerstin Hoenig, Sebastian Wenz, and Sven-Oliver Spieß
May 31, 2012
Meeting only: €45 regular; €25 students
Workshop only: €65
Both meeting and workshop: €85
March 31, 2012
See guidelines for more details.
Statue of Victoria, Berlin
The tenth German Stata Users Group Meeting will be held at the WZB Social Science Research Center in Berlin on Friday, June 1, 2012. We are delighted that Patrick Royston (University College, London) and Maurizio Pisati (University of Milano, Bicocca) have accepted our invitation to attend the meeting as our guest speakers. An optional workshop will be held on May 31. Everyone is invited to attend.
Call for presentations
Presentations are sought on topics that include the following:
- user-written Stata programs
- case studies of research or teaching using Stata
- discussions of data-management problems
- reviews of analytical issues
- surveys or critiques of Stata facilities in specific fields
The conference language will be English due to the international nature of the meeting and the participation of non-German guest speakers.
To submit an abstract for consideration, email the abstract to one of the organizers (maximum 200 words). Presentations should be 20 minutes or shorter. The deadline for submissions is March 31, 2012.
Participants are asked to travel at their own expense. There will be a small conference fee to cover costs for coffee, tea, and lunch. There will also be an optional informal meal at a restaurant in Berlin on Friday evening at additional cost.
You can enroll by emailing Anke Mrosek (email@example.com) or by writing, phoning, or faxing to
Dittrich & Partner Consulting GmbH
Tel: +49 (0) 212 260 66-24
Fax: +49 (0) 212 260 66-66
The final program, cost, and venue will be circulated in April 2012.
University of Bamberg
WZB Social Science Research Center, Berlin
Dittrich & Partner Consulting GmbH (dpc.de), the distributor of Stata in several countries, including Germany, The Netherlands, Austria, Czech Republic, and Hungary