ISLP Poster Competition - ISLP in association with IASE

Presented at: 17 April 2024; 16:00 UTC

Webinar duration: 90 minutes

Presenter(s): Chairs: Hugo Hernández, Adriana D'Amelio | Presenters: Patrizia Collesi, Soledad Estrella, Volker Kraft, Adenomon Monday Osagie

This webinar is designed to give three countries the opportunity to talk about their experiences in organizing the poster competition.

The Poster Competition is organized by country coordinators who - with great effort, and generally with few resources - promote and commit to the literacy of students in the different age categories.

Many with successful results, and with an increase in participation year after year. Others started with difficulties, but experience and enthusiasm made them grow.

And in all cases, with the aim of improve the participation and the posters’ quality for every next competition while their students get a higher formation in statistical literacy through the process of a statistical research needed to design their posters.

In addition to three countries’ perspective, there will be a demo in how to use the free JMP Software to create a statistical poster. JMP/SAS is a longtime supporter and sponsor of the ISLP International Poster Competition.


ISLP International Competition - Chile | Slides

JMP Student Edition - freely available for ISLP poster competition information

The ISLP poster competition in Italy | Slides



Senior Researcher Istat - Italian National Institute of Statistics: Coordinator of the National Statistical Literacy Activities; Coordination of the press office/media monitoring; Publications Coordinator. Secretariat Coordinator. Referee for the Review of Official Statistics.

Adjunct Professor, Catholic University of the Sacred Heart.

Specialist in Scientific and Professional Terminologies, Catholic University of the Sacred Heart.

Journalist, Religious Information News Agency.

Press Officer News Press Sat 2000. Foreign Rights Director Newton and Compton Publishing House.

Speaker At Seminars, Conferences, Meetings. Publications – Books, Chapters and Articles.


Doctor of Teaching Mathematics from the PUCV, a university where she is also a Statistician. She has been a mathematics teacher in primary and secondary education, and a trainer of secondary mathematics teachers. She currently teaches undergraduate and graduate studies at the PUCV Mathematics Institute. She is an educator and researcher in Didactics of Statistics, Inference and Probability within the framework of statistical literacy. Her research projects encompass children's mathematical and statistical learning, along with ongoing teacher training through Class Study, with a focus on argumentation and early statistical reasoning, and collaborative and creative problem solving.

She is currently President of the Chilean Society of Mathematical Education, SOCHIEM; and part of the International Council of the Mathematics Education Network of Central America and the Caribbean, period 2022-2025, under the auspices of the International Commission on Mathematical Instruction (ICMI) and elected secretary of the Inter-American Committee on Mathematics Education (CIAEM); and she has served as Director at the Chilean Statistical Society, SOCHE. She is co-founder of the IMA PUCV Class Study Group and leads the Early Statistics Research Group, GIET-PUCV. Currently, she supports the teaching of statistics and probability in online teacher training courses for Elementary Mathematics Education on SEAMEO School Network, organized by the Center for Research on International Cooperation in Educational Development, CRICED, University of Tsukuba, Japan.

At the national level she has contributed to public policies from 2013 to date, as an expert evaluator and developer of: mathematics standards, proposals for curricular bases in mathematics, national and international mathematics tests; basic education mathematics textbooks and their teaching guides; and others, associated with the Ministry of Education, the Education Quality Agency and the Center for Improvement, Experimentation and Pedagogical Research, CPEIP.

Some of her most recent publications can be found here


Volker Kraft is Principal Academic Ambassador for JMP in Europe, fostering and supporting the use of JMP in teaching and research. He holds a Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering and used statistical methods extensively in his research in communication acoustics. In later positions he developed a passion for customer advocacy. Drawing on this experience and the success of JMP's Academic Program globally, Volker is charged with enabling academics to get the most from JMP.


Assoc. Prof. Dr Adenomon M. O.; HND, PGD, BSc, M.Sc., PhD (Statistics); FRSS, FASI, FCE; eBASE Global Fellow for Nigeria (2022-2023); Associate Professor of Econometrics and Financial Time Series Analyses, Dept of Statistics, Nasarawa State University, Keffi (NSUK); Chartered Statistician (CStat); Coordinator, NSUK-LISA Stat Lab; Director & Consulting, ADECLAR Research Consult and General Contracts LTD; Founder, FOUND-LEAS-IN-NIGERIA; Team Lead, Ambitious Africa Nigeria (2020-2021); Chair, IASC African Members Group; Member, R Epidemics Consortium (https://www.repidemicsconsortium.org/people/); Member, Climate-Economy-Energy(CliEEN) Modelling Network Member, Africa Evidence Network; Website