Computational Research Integrity Conference

March 23-25, 2021

Center for Strategic and International Studies, Washington, DC


About the Computational Research Integrity Conference (CRI-CONF)

This conference will bring researchers from Biomedical Sciences and Ethics as well as Computer Scientists, AI researchers, and statisticians to discuss how research integrity investigations can be made faster, more accurate, and systematic with the use of computational methods


Center for Strategic and International Studies, Washington, DC


Tuesday to Thursday
23-25 March, 2021

Speakers (TBA)

(in alphabetical order)

Event Schedule (TBA)


Event venue location info and gallery

Center for Strategic and International Studies , Washington, DC


We have a room block for the following hotel

Hotel 1

Beacon Hotel & Corporate Quarters

0.1 Mile from the Venue

Call: 202-296-2100, or email and mention Syracuse University for a room block discount


Main sponsor

This conference is funded by the Office of Research Integrity, Department of Health and Human Services, under grant ORIIR190047


Submit poster

We invite you to submit poster presentations covering the following topics (but not limited to):

  • Computational or best-practices methods for detecting fabrication, falsification, or plagiarism of text, images, statistics, or other research outcomes
  • Studies on the role of research integrity offices at the institutional and funders' levels
  • Human-computer interaction studies of plagiarism detection tools
  • Human factors on the perception of potential misconduct
  • Ethical dimension of using artificial intelligence in research integrity investigations
  • Best practices for using tools during research integrity investigations
  • Case studies

Please submit a title, authors, affiliation, and 500-word abstract of your poster presentation. You can indicate whether you want to present your poster as a short presentation or as a poster, or either of them. All submissions will be peer-reviewed.


The registration fee is $400 and includes access to all sessions, breakfast, lunch, and reception dinner.

Eligibility: Most attendees will be invited directly by the organizers or will be authors of accepted poster presentations. However, we leave the registration open for researchers, funders, research integrity investigators, and senior leadership who are interested in attending. This conference is not open to the public. The organizers reserve the right to review registrations for eligibility and decline and refund the registration of those who do not meet the eligibility criteria

Financial support and registration waivers: We have a limited number of fellowships and registration waivers available. This will be awarded based on need. Please email