The in-person conference has been canceled due to the COVID-19
situation. Details for a virtual meeting are currently being
worked out. Further information will be provided as it emerges.
The University of Maryland is located in College Park, a small
city that is home to historic walking tours and miles of
interconnected hiker-biker trails connected to Washington, D.C.
Easily accessible by metro, bus, or other public transportation,
Washington, D.C. can be reached within 30 minutes.
Pre-conference Workshops – Monday, July 13
Conference - Tuesday, July 14 – Friday, July 17
Abstract submission deadline – February 15
Notification to authors – March 15
Presenter registration deadline – April 1
Early bird registration deadline – April 15
Hong Jiao, University of Maryland
Qiwei (Britt) He, Educational Testing Service
Frank Rijmen, Cambium Assessment
Dan Bolt, 2019 President-Elect and 2020 President of
Lodging & Travel
The Society will share any hotel and group discount information
on their website as IMPS 2020 approaches; attendees will be
responsible for arranging their own accommodations ahead of time.
Transport around the area is possible using public transportation
such as metro and bus. Three large airports are in the Washington
metro area: Baltimore-Washington International Airport, Ronald
Reagan Washington National Airport, and Washington Dulles
International Airport. To learn more about the transportation to
and from the campus, see here.