In its fifth year, the annual Current Innovations in Probability-based Household Internet Panel Research (CIPHER) Conference again offers a forum for exchange, dissemination and learning. As in previous years, the focus of the conference is on population-representative probability-based online panels, which enable us to paint an in-depth portrait of how people in the United States and other countries are doing.

The annual CIPHER Conference continues to be the flagship platform for continued learning, offering an opportunity to connect with the global research community that uses this tool across a range of fields and disciplines. It is a venue for international researchers, practitioners, and policy-makers to share lessons on developing, deploying, and using probably-based internet panel research. Dr. Brady West, Research Professor in the Survey Methodology Program, located within the Survey Research Center at the Institute for Social Research on the University of Michigan-Ann Arbor, will deliver the keynote address "Moving from a national probability-based push-to-web survey to an online probability-based panel: What are the issues" on the first day of the conference.

Ipsos will also be presenting posters at the CIPHER. Be sure to join us for:

  • Recruiting Latino Households - Geographic and Modeled Targeting with Address Based Samples
  • Cleanliness and Goodliness: Data Cleaning Effects on Bias and Covariance in Probability-based Samples
    • Featuring: Randall K. Thomas, Frances M. Barlas, Megan A. Hendrich
  • All for One: Conceptual framework, Cross-cultural Differences, and Approach for a Unified European KnowledgePanel
    • Featuring: Joke Depraetere, Femke De Keulenaer, Christine Tresignie

To view the full agenda, please visit the CIPHER website.

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Speakers :

  • Randall K. Thomas, SVP and Chief Survey Methodologist, Public Affairs

  • Frances M. Barlas , SVP and Chief KnowledgePanel Methodologist, Public Affairs

  • Megan Hendrich, MA, Ipsos Government Services, Research Manager

  • Kristine Janus, Director, KnowledgePanel

  • Joke Depraetere, Senior Research Expert

  • Femke De Keulenaer, Senior Research Director

  • Christine Tresignie, Managing Director, Public Affairs