8th Causal Inference Workshop at UAI

After two years of absence, the causal inference workshop is back at UAI!

The field of causal inference has grown considerably over recent years. The mission of this workshop is to encourage communication and exchange of ideas between researchers working in many branches of causal inference. We expect the workshop to cover an array of the latest methodological and applied research in causal inference. We intend to keep a balance in terms of applied and theoretical contributions.

This workshop will be virtual, as is the conference.

A causal inference workshop has been a part of the UAI conference schedule every year between 2012 and 2018. This workshop continues the work of its successful predecessor in 2018.

Previous iterations of the workshop: 2018, 2017, 2016, 2015, 2014, 2013, 2012.

Workshop Materials

Thank you for coming and participating in the workshop!

We have published recordings for most of our talks, see here.

For the full program please see here.

For all published extended abstracts, posters, and slides, see here.

Confirmed Invited Speakers

Razieh Nabi, Emory University

Andrea Rotnitzky, Universidad Torcuato Di Tella and Harvard School of Public Health


Emilija Perković (chair), University of Washington

Frederick Eberhardt, Caltech

Sara Magliacane, University of Amsterdam

Betsy Ogburn, Johns Hopkins University

Thomas Richardson, University of Washington

Kun Zhang, CMU

Program Committee

Hao Liu, Karthikeyan Shanmugam, Nur Kaynar, Patrick Burauel, Tian Gao, Wenyu Chen, F. Richard Guo, Leonard Henckel, Jinzhou Li, Mingming Gong, Shaoan Xie, Zeyu Tang, Phillip Lippe, Sheridan Grant, Amanda Glazer, Benjamin Lu, Eli Sherman, Dan Soriano, Emily Flanagan, Junzhe Zhang, Maggie Makar.