April 14-17, 2020
The registration is now open!
Conference: Regular $180 (Student $125)
Workshops: Full day $85 (Half day $75)
(students will receive $10 discount)
The proposal submission has been closed.
IOMW 2020 will be held in Berkeley on April 14 to 17, 2020 at the University of California, Berkeley (at the Sutardja Dai Hall on the UC Berkeley campus. The registration desk will be set up on the main level/third floor near the Banatao Auditorium, just past the building entrance on Hearst Avenue).
Here is the Hotel & Transportation information.
A tentative schedule can be found here.
Luca Mari and Neal Kingston will be our keynote speakers at IOMW 2020!
Luca Mari (MS in Physics, University of Milan, Italy, 1987; Ph.D. in measurement science, Politecnico di Torino, Italy, 1994) since 2006 has been a Full Professor of measurement science with Università Cattaneo - LIUC, Castellanza, Italy, where he teaches courses on measurement science, statistical data analysis, and system theory.
Neal Kingston, Ph.D., is a University Distinguished Professor at the University of Kansas in the Research, Evaluation, Measurement, and Statistics track of the Educational Psychology and Research Program and Director of the Achievement and Assessment Institute. His research focuses on large-scale assessment, with particular emphasis on how it can better support student learning through the use of learning maps and diagnostic classification models.
What is IOMW?
The IOMW seeks to foster discussion and scholarship on high-quality, rigorous measurement practices in any field.
It convenes every two years and draws experts and practitioners from around the world to share work in the areas of:
Measurement in human sciences: education, medicine, licensure, surveys
Philosophy of measurement
Objectivity-oriented models and methodologies
If you have any general inquiries about IOMW 2020, you can contact the organization committee:
Veronica Santelices — Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile
Perman Gochyyev— University of California, Berkeley
Yukie Toyama — University of California, Berkeley
David Torres Irribarra — Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile
Mark Wilson — University of California, Berkeley