The submission portal is now open! useR!2020 invites researchers from around the world to submit abstracts for presentation at our 2020 meeting in St. Louis, Missouri, USA. The meeting will feature a wide range of exciting talks, discussions, and networking opportunities. This is an opportunity to share your work with international colleagues who are R enthusiasts, including many current and future leaders in the R community. We welcome abstracts related to R from any disciplinary background, whether the work is computational, empirical, or theoretical in nature.
useR! 2020 is proud to announce the diversity scholarship program. The program aims to alleviate the financial burden of attending useR! 2020 for members of underrepresented or historically marginalized groups in the R community who may not otherwise be able to attend the conference for financial reasons. Diversity Scholarship benefits Reimbursement of eligible conference expenses Full registration ticket, including two tutorials and the gala dinner events Diversity Scholars welcome event Diversity Scholars social and networking event with conference sponsors Review criteria Note: for more information please see link to ‘Tips for Applicants’ below
Tutorial submissions are now open! Following up on our previous Call for Tutorials, we are happy to announce that the submission page is now live. Head over there to pitch your idea. Most users will need to create an account before submitting. The deadline for submission is December 2, 2019, 11:59 PM UTC. Further questions about tutorial topics or the submission process should be addressed to Srikanth Mudigonda.
Call for Proposals of Tutorials at UseR! 2020 A reminder that the submission site is now live! Head over there and submit your proposal! Overview The useR! 2020 committee is seeking submissions for tutorials to be hosted on the first day of the conference. The intended audience for these tutorials includes the useR! 2020 attendees, coming from a variety of academic backgrounds and levels of preparation and usage level of R.
We are very excited to announce the first three of our six keynote speakers! Erin LeDell, Ph.D. Erin LeDell is the Chief Machine Learning Scientist at H2O.ai, the company that produces the open source, distributed machine learning platform, H2O. She received her Ph.D. from UC Berkeley where her research focused on machine learning and computational statistics. Erin is the founder of Women in Machine Learning & Data Science (WiMLDS), and one of the co-founders of R-Ladies Global.