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Registration is open! Please use the following link to register for the 2023 conference:

*Please note: If you would like to take advantage of member prices, be sure to sign up for or renew your INGRoup membership BEFORE registering for the conference.

To check your membership status, please sign in using the "Member Login" button in the top-right of the page. To become an INGRoup member, please click on the "Membership" tab and click "Become a Member of INGRoup!"


For questions about conference registration, please contact Anita Blanchard, Vice President, Conference Coordinator, at

For questions about your membership status, please contact Joe Allen, Vice President, Association, at



Early Registration (prior to June 1)
Faculty/Professional Member: $445
Student Member: $250
Faculty Advanced*: $645
Non-member: $645

Standard Registration (June 1 to June 30)
Faculty/Professional Member: $595
Student Member: $325
Faculty Advanced*: $645
Non-member: $745

Late Registration (July 1 to July 23)
Faculty/Professional Member: $645
Student Member: $375
Non-member: $795

*Faculty Advanced provides an option for faculty and professional members to register during the early or standard periods, but at the full rate.

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A block of rooms has been reserved from Wednesday July 19 through Sunday July 23 for a special group rate of $199 (plus taxes and fees).

To reserve a room, please use the INGRoup Hyatt Regency Bellevue link: The promotion code is "G-IN23."

Reservations at the reduced room rate are on a first-come, first-serve basis. We thank you in advance for making all reservations using INGRoup's promotion code so that INGRoup meets our contractual obligations!

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Morning Workshop: Team Data Visualization

Thursday, July 20, 2023
9:00am - 12:00pm
Facilitator: Hemanth Srinivas with Tableau

The Data Visualization with Tableau Workshop will emphasize building data visualizations that can provide analytic insights, enhance academic manuscripts, and make presentations more dynamic and engaging, specifically focusing on team data. In this 3 hour workshop, participants will learn about the features of Tableau and develop data visualization skills. They will work step-by-step with the facilitator to learn how to use the features of Tableau to enhance both exploratory and hypothesis-driven data analysis with visualization tools. Finally, participants will have an opportunity to create visualizations on their own with facilitator assistance. A common dataset and access to Tableau will be provided in advance of the workshop; participants will need a laptop with Tableau installed. While not required, participants are also encouraged to bring their own dataset for the self-directed portion of the workshop.

Afternoon Workshop: Methods for measuring team coordination dynamics Ticket
Thursday, July 20, 2023
1:00pm - 5:00pm
Facilitators: Travis J. Wiltshire and Kyana van Eijndhoven, Department of Cognitive Science and Artificial Intelligence, with Tilburg University

The Methods for Measuring Team Coordination Dynamics with Time Series Data workshop will introduce two methods for estimating team coordination that are available in the MultiSyncPy python package: Multidimensional Recurrence Quantification Analysis (MdRQA), which assesses the repetition of elements or patterns in a timeseries, and symbolic entropy, which examines a timeseries by quantifying its complexity. This 4 hour workshop will be a combination of presentation and interactive tutorial. Through a set of exercises, participants will have the opportunity to apply these measures of coordination to a variety of types of time-series data such as physiological data (e.g., heart rate or skin conductance) and communication data (e.g., movement extracted from video, speech act data). 

The workshop will be accessible to participants with a range of skills – including novices without strong programming skills – although basic knowledge of programming in R or Python would be beneficial. For participants without any programming experience, the facilitators recommend the introductory modules on Data Camp that are available for free ( Participants should bring a laptop. We intend to provide a browser-based programming environment so it is not necessary for participants to have pre-installed software.



One Pre-conference Workshop (morning OR afternoon)
Member: $45
Non-member: $100

Both Pre-conference Workshops (morning AND afternoon)
Member: $75
Non-member: $150




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INGRoup proudly announces the Annual Doctoral Consortium, to be held immediately before the INGRoup conference in Seattle! The aim of the consortium is to support the development of the next generation of interdisciplinary group researchers.


Who can attend?

25 current PhD students who are members of INGRoup. If you are not currently a member, now is a great time to join INGRoup, so that you can qualify for our consortium.


When and where is the Consortium?

The consortium will be held on Thursday, July 20, 2023 at the Hyatt Regency Bellevue. Agenda, location, and further details will be forwarded to confirmed participants prior to the consortium.


Interested? Apply now!

Doctoral students at advanced stages of their degree programs will be given priority. Please submit the following items:

  • Your current CV
  • A letter of support from your PhD advisor explaining why you are at the right stage in your program to attend
  • We also have a limited number of spaces for a special luncheon program during the consortium. If you are interested in receiving feedback on a work-in-progress first author effort (e.g., dissertation, manuscript), you may submit a 5-page summary of your work in the area of groups or teams research. You will be put in a small group to briefly present your idea. Then you will receive feedback from a noted groups/teams scholar. Participation will be based on availability of expert scholars and is assigned on a first come, first serve basis.

If you have questions related to the consortium, please email Jennifer Nahrgang ( To apply for the consortium, please submit application materials through the following link:


Applicants are asked on the survey to confirm that, if invited to attend, you will be able to arrive in Seattle on or before July 19th so that you may attend the consortium on July 20th.


Key Dates

May 22nd: Deadline to apply

May 26th: Applicants will be notified if they are accepted to participate in the consortium



This event is being sponsored by INGRoup so there is no additional cost to attend the consortium and breakfast and lunch on July 20th will be covered. You must be registered for the Annual INGRoup Conference.


Sessions will include:

  • Ask the Editors
  • High Impact Group Research: A Multidisciplinary Perspective
  • Becoming an Assistant Professor: From Job Search to Transition

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