NCRN Meetings

NCRN Meetings bring together NCRN Principal Investigators, Senior and other node researchers, Census Bureau staff, and other agency staff. They are in general open to the public. 

Upcoming Meetings

Apr 24

The NCRN Meeting Spring 2017 is the opportunity to learn about the research done within the NSF-Census Research Network.

LocationU.S. Census Bureau HQ

Monday, April 24, 2017

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Past Meetings

Oct 24

The NCRN Meeting Fall 2016 is the opportunity to learn about the research done within the NSF-Census Research Network. Presentations by network researchers are open to the public. 

LocationU.S. Census Bureau HQ

May 9


A printable version of the program can be downloaded here.

Monday, May 9, 2016

10:00-10:15 Opening Remarks - NCRN Coordinating Office - Lars Vilhuber

10:15-10:30 Opening Remarks - John H. Thompson, Director, Census Bureau

Dec 14


Dec 14: BLS Conference Center (open to the public, registration required) Registration is closed.

Dec 15: U.S. Census Bureau HQ (NCRN nodes only)


Registration is closed.


This version last updated 2015-12-09.

May 7


May 7: U.S. Census Bureau, Suitland, MD (Metro: Suitland) Registration (Registration closes on 5/1/15 at noon)
May 8: National Academy of Sciences Main Building, 2101 Constitution Avenue N.W., Washington, D.C. Registration

Hotel Accommodations: Please contact the NCRN Coordinating Office at for further information

Sep 11 11:00am to 1:30pm EDT

Location: ILR NYC Conference Center, 16 East 34th Street, 6th Floor, New York, NY 10016

Registration:  Registration closed Sept 7, 2014.

Registration Fees: 

 Day 1: free

 Day 2: $35 (includes group breakfast and group lunch)

 Day 1 + group dinner + Day 2: $75 

May 22 9:00am to 12:00pm EDT

Location: U.S. Census Bureau

Registration: Registration Closed


Thursday, May 22, 2014

The eight nodes of the NSF-Census Research Network (NCRN) held a technical mini-symposium on Thursday and Friday, May 22-23, 2014.  The program comprised two one-half day sessions focused on topics of broad interest to the nodes, the Census Bureau and the federal statistical system. Presentations highlighted research performed by the NCRN nodes, with opportunity for questions and comments from agency researchers.