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ENBIS is cooperating with the following associations:


ISBIS is an international society that is dedicated to the promotion of business and industrial statistics worldwide. It is part of a family of international associations that operate under the umbrella of the International Statistical Institute (ISI).

Liaison : Antonio Lepore


The ECAS courses are intended to achieve postgraduate training in special areas of statistics for both researchers and teachers at universities. Also professionals working in industry and interested in the application of new statistical methods are invited to participate.

Cooperation between ECAS and ENBIS started with the school entitled “Big Data in Business and Industry”, taking place just before the ENBIS-17 conference. The school was fully booked, so ECAS and ENBIS signed a convention (ending on 31st March 2024) to organise events in a similar format.

The primary audience for the ECAS-ENBIS courses consists in—but is not limited to—phd students, young doctors, young practitioners. More experienced attendees are also welcome.

Liaison : Jean-Michel Poggi


The objectives of ISEA are to advance the theory and practice of statistical engineering, including its insertion into academic curricula, and to enhance the professional qualifications and standing among its members.
Statistical engineering is the discipline dedicated to engineering solutions to problems of a statistical nature, particularly to large, complex, and unstructured problems.

Liaison : Murat Caner Testnik


The Federation of European National Statistical Societies (FENStatS) promotes mutual communication, co-operation and interchange of views among all those interested in statistical sciences, in their scientific principles, in a broad sense and in as wide a range of applications as possible. The Federation serves as an agency for the dissemination of technical and scientific information among the National Statistical Societies forming the federation, promoting their mutual collaboration and those activities that can augment the research scientific impact of the members, including international conferences, journals, books and other publications.

Liaison : Jean-Michel Poggi


European Metrology Network for Mathematics and Statistics network is a central reference point that addresses the need for integration between measurement science and mathematical and statistical methods and aims at fostering the field of mathematical and statistical applications for measurement science in Europe. This single focal point for best practice in mathematics and statistics in metrology will help to ensure robust and cutting-edge measurement science for the future, as well as the highest scientific excellence in European industry.

Liaison : Antonio Pievatolo


ISO (International Organization for Standardization) is an independent, non-governmental international organization with a membership of 168 national standards bodies. Through its members, it brings together experts to share knowledge and develop voluntary, consensus-based, market relevant International Standards that support innovation and provide solutions to global challenges. As an organization in cooperation, ENBIS make an effective contribution to the application of statistical methods (ISO TC/69).