[Rd] useR! 2006: submission & registration started!

From: Torsten Hothorn <Torsten.Hothorn_at_rzmail.uni-erlangen.de>
Date: Wed 09 Nov 2005 - 08:02:15 GMT

We are happy to inform you that the online abstract submission and registration for `useR! 2006' is now available online from   http://www.R-project.org/useR-2006/

This second world meeting of the R user community will take place at the Wirtschaftsuniversitaet Wien, Vienna, Austria, June 15 to 17 2006. The conference schedule comprises keynote lectures and user-contributed sessions as well as half-day tutorials presented by R experts on June 14, 2006, prior to the conference.

Keynote lectures addressing hot topics including data mining, graphics, marketing or teaching with R will be presented by prominent speakers including John Chambers, Jan de Leeuw, Brian Everitt, Travor Hastie, John Fox, Stefano Iacus, Uwe Ligges, Paul Murrell, Peter Rossi, Simon Urbanek and Sanford Weisberg.

The spectrum of user-contributed sessions will depend on your submissions. Hence, we invite you to submit abstracts on topics presenting innovations or exciting applications of R. The call for papers along with the link to the online abstract submission is available at   http://www.R-project.org/useR-2006/#Call

Before the start of the official program, half-day tutorials will be offered on Wednesday, June 14th, a list of topics and speakers can be found at
  http://www.R-project.org/useR-2006/Tutorials/

A special highlight of the conference will be a panel discussion on `Getting recognition for excellence in computational statistics'. Editors of well established journals in both computational and applied statistics will discuss the impact of recent developments in computational statistics on peer-reviewed journal publications. Currently, the panelists include Jan de Leeuw (JSS), Brian Everitt (SMMR), Wolfgang Haerdle (CS), Nicholas Jewell (SMGMB), Erricos Konthogiorges (CSDA), and Luke Tierney (JCGS).

Early birds fly until January 31st 2006, so now is the perfect time to write and submit an abstract, register as a participant and plan your trip to Vienna. The conference web page
  http://www.R-project.org/useR-2006/
has a link to a local hotel booking service and much more news.

See you in Vienna!
Torsten, Achim, David, Bettina, Kurt and Fritz



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