It has been a while since I got the time to post any updates, but finally got round to it. Last June I attended the International Symposium on Forecasting (ISF) at Santander, which had been very interesting and enjoyable. I had already posted about the presentations I gave. I was involved in a number of presentations spanning different topics that were given by colleagues and PhD students. You can find a complete list these here:

**Barrow D. K.**, Mitrovic A., Holland J., Kourentzes N., Ali M., Developing intelligent tutoring support for teaching business forecasting: the forecasting intelligent tutoring system.**Allen G. P.**, Fildes R., Kourentzes N., Bias in decadal climate model forecasts.**Kourentzes N.**, Forecasting with temporal hierarchies.**Kourentzes N.**, Trapero J. R., Svetunkov I., Measuring forecasting performance: a complex task.**Sagaert Y. R.**, Aghezzaf E-H., Kourentzes N., Desmet B., Variable selection for long-term forecasting using temporal aggregation.**Schaer O.**, Kourentzes N., Fildes R., Forecasting demand with internet searches (and social media shares).**Svetunkov I.**, Kourentzes N., Model parameter estimation with trace forecast likelihood.**Waller D.**, Boylan J., Kourentzes N., Modelling multiple seasonalities across hierarchical aggregation levels.

With Fotios Petropoulos we also delivered a workshop on forecasting with R.