Upcoming Events

Association of Public Data Users (APDU)

Jul 23, 2024 to Jul 24, 2024
Washington, D.C.

IPUMS will be exhibiting at the 2024 APDU Conference. The conference theme is "Unlocking the Potential of Public Data".

Data-Intensive Research Conference Pre-Conference Workshop

Jul 29, 2024 to Jul 30, 2024
Minneapolis, MN

This workshop is designed to familiarize participants with two specific population data resources from IPUMS related to the conference theme of Harnessing the Power of Linked Data to Study Aging. The workshop will include an overview of IPUMS data and their suitability for studying aging and the life course, and then participants will be separated into two tracks focused on linking with IPUMS full count data or data linkages with IPUMS MEPS. The application has closed.

2024 Data-Intensive Research Conference

Jul 31, 2024 to Aug 1, 2024
Minneapolis, MN & Online

Harnessing the Power of Linked Data to Study Aging

The Network for Data-Intensive Research on Aging (NDIRA), a collaboration between IPUMS and the University of Minnesota Life Course Center, is proud to sponsor the 2024 Data-Intensive Research Conference. The 2024 Data-Intensive Research Conference will showcase research that leverage large-scale linked population data to examine aging and life course processes in the U.S. and global contexts. The event will be hosted in Minneapolis, MN at IPUMS HQ. 

Joint Statistical Meetings (JSM)

Aug 3, 2024 to Aug 8, 2024
Portland, OR

IPUMS will be exhibiting at the 2024 JSM Conference in Portland, OR. Stop by booth 208 and talk data to us.

Interdisciplinary Association for Population Health Science (IAPHS)

Sep 10, 2024 to Sep 13, 2024
St. Louis, MO

Stop by our booth at this fall’s IAPHS conference and be sure to review our pre-conference workshop, Studying Mortality using Harmonized National Health Interview Survey Linked Mortality File Data (NHIS-LMF) from IPUMS, being held on Tuesday, September 10 from 1:00-5:00pm when registering for the conference. IPUMS is subsidizing workshop registration fees for a discounted rate of $15. More information on the workshop can be found in the IAPHS program.

Virtual Office Hours

Sep 18, 2024

10:00am-11:30am CT
Join us for virtual office hours on Wednesday, September 18 to chat with IPUMS data experts about your questions. Registration is required to attend virtual office hours, but you can drop in any time between 10:00am and 11:30am CT with your questions for the researchers that make IPUMS possible.

About IPUMS Virtual Office Hours: Virtual Office Hours are held quarterly and are a chance to connect IPUMS data experts with IPUMS data users to get their questions answered in a setting similar to a conference exhibit hall, but in an online format. The goal is to provide regular opportunities for face-to-face, personalized support from data experts in a casual atmosphere.

American Population Health Association (APHA)

Oct 27, 2024 to Oct 30, 2024
Minneapolis, MN

IPUMS will be exhibiting at the 2024 APHA Annual Meeting in Minneapolis, MN. Stop by booth 1713 and talk data to us.

United Nations World Data Forum

Nov 12, 2024 to Nov 15, 2024
Medellin, Colombia

We will be exhibiting at the United Nations World Data Forum this fall. Stop by our exhibit booth to talk data to us.

Gerontological Society of America (GSA)

Nov 13, 2024 to Nov 16, 2024
Seattle, WA

We will be exhibiting at the GSA 2024 Annual Scientific Meeting. Stop by our exhibit booth to talk data to us. IPUMS is also hosting a workshop during the conference. The workshop, Studying Life Course Trajectories with Full Count IPUMS Census Data, will be on Friday, November 15 from 8:00am-12:00pm PT. Learn more about the workshop on the GSA program.

International Population Data Linkage Network (IPDLN)

Nov 15, 2024
Chicago, IL

Workshop: Leveraging Full Count Census Data through Record Linkage
9:00am-12:30pm CT
Researchers in the U.S. and Canada have partnered with genealogical organizations and statistical agencies to create massive new scientific data collections from census enumerations. Join us at this year’s IPDLN for a workshop covering the two valuable linked census data resources. IPUMS Multigenerational Longitudinal Panel linking individuals in the U.S. censuses from 1850-1950 as well as linkages to administrative data. The Canadian Peoples (TCP) is a comprehensive public research database of 40 million coded and georeferenced records found in Canadian censuses from the middle of the nineteenth century until after the First World War.