Call for Contributions

The submission of abstracts for ADA 2024 has been closed. If you have submitted your abstract earlier, you can still edit it in the submission system at

Abstracts have been submitted for:   

  • Oral presentations given by one or more authors + Q&A/discussion
  • Poster presentations intended for person-to-person communication + Q&A/discussion

Doctoral students wishing to present their research in the PhD incubator sessions have been asked to indicate this on the submission form. They will be contacted separately before the conference.

All submitted abstracts have been reviewed by the ADA 2024 Scientific Committee. The authors have been notified of the review outcome (accepted/rejected).

Accepted abstracts will be included in the program only if at least one of the authors has registered for ADA 2024. Registration for the conference was opened in December 2023.

The abstracts contain the following information:

  • Presentation title (max. 20 words)
  • Author(s), affiliation(s) and email(s)
    (multiple affiliations per author are permitted, the presenting author must be indicated)
  • Text of the abstract (max. 200 words)
  • Keywords from the list below (min one, max three)
  • Further keywords (free text, optional)
  • Presentation preferences (oral presentation, poster presentation, PhD incubator sessions)


Abstracts must be associated with at least one of the keywords from the following list. If the abstract does not readily fit the keywords in this list, additional keywords may be provided in the field “Keyword (free text)”.

  • Applications – Energy
  • Applications – Environment  
  • Applications – Finance
  • Applications – Healthcare
  • Applications – Marketing
  • Applications – Military
  • Applications – Security
  • Applications – Transportation
  • Applications – Other
  • Artificial Intelligence
  • Bayesian Inference
  • Behavioral Decision Making
  • Behavioral Economics
  • Dynamic Programming
  • Education and Teaching
  • Elicitation of Preferences
  • Elicitation of Probabilities
  • Empirical Research
  • Expected Utility Theory
  • Forecasting
  • Game Theory
  • Governance of Decision Processes
  • Group Decision Making
  • Heuristics and Algorithms
  • History of Decision Analysis
  • Influence Diagrams
  • Judgment and Decision Making
  • Multiattribute Value Theory
  • Multicriteria Decision Aid
  • Negotiation Support
  • Non-expected Utility Theory
  • Portfolio Decision Analysis
  • Preference Learning
  • Probabilistic Modeling
  • Problem Structuring
  • Psychology
  • Real Options
  • Risk Attitudes
  • Risk Management
  • Sensitivity Analysis
  • Statistics
  • Strategic Decision Making
  • Theoretical Foundations
  • Value of Information