eRum 2016 — last days of call for papers

June 9, 2016

(This article was first published on » English, and kindly contributed to R-bloggers)

Only 6 days left to the end of the call for papers for eRum 2016! Register and submit your talk proposal at

European R users meeting will be a great place to learn and share ideas on R. Moreover, we have already confirmed the following invited talks:

  • Browse Till You Die: Scalable Hierarchical Bayesian Modeling of cookie deletion — Jakub Glinka, GfK Data Lab,
  • Design of Experiments in R — Ulrike Grömping, Beuth University of Applied Sciences Berlin,
  • Genie: A new, fast, and outlier-resistant hierarchical clustering algorithm and its R interface — Marek Gagolewski, Systems Research Institute, Polish Academy of Sciences,
  • Addressing the Gender Gap in the R Project — Heather Turner, University of Warwick,
  • Heteroscedastic Discriminant Analysis and its integration into “mlR” package for uniform machine learning — Katarzyna Stąpor, Institute of Computer Science, Silesian Technical University,
  • How to use R to hack the publicly available data about skills of 2M+ worldwide students? — Przemysław Biecek, University of Warsaw,
  • A survey of tools for Bayesian data analysis in R — Rasmus Bååth, Lund University,
  • Geo-located point data: measurement of agglomeration and concentration — Katarzyna Kopczewska, University of Warsaw.

European R users meeting is an international conference that aims at integrating users of the R language. eRum 2016 will be a good chance to exchange experiences, broaden knowledge on R and collaborate. One can participate in eRum 2016:
(1) with a regular oral presentation,
(2) with a lightning talk,
(3) with a poster presentation,
(4) or attending without presentation nor poster.

Due to space available at the conference venue, organizers set limit of participants at 250 (only 97 left!).

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