ACIC is an interdisciplinary conference designed to bring together researchers, students, and practitioners of causal inference with emphasis on theory, methodology, and application. ACIC is largely focused on causal inference theory and methods, which are driven primarily by statisticians, biostatisticians, econometricians, computer scientists, epidemiologists, and psychometricians. The focus on methods stemming from diverse subject matter areas is evident in the selection of past keynote speakers (Paul Rosenbaum in 2008, Donald Rubin in 2009, James Robins in 2010, Judea Pearl in 2011, Sander Greenland in 2012, Susan Athey in 2017). A few sessions are generally reserved for applications in interesting application areas (such as electronic health records, genetics, or robotics). IMS Representative(s) on Program Committees: Alexander Volfovsky