Our World Statistics Day conversations have been a great reminder of how much statistics can inform our lives. Do you have an example of how statistics has made a difference in your life? Share your story with the Community!
The theme of the meeting is Creativity and Innovation for a Connected World. As the conference website says, QPRC 2015 aims "to stimulate interdisciplinary research among statisticians, scientists, and engineers in quality and productivity, industrial needs, and the physical and engineering sciences." JMP is all about that.
William Meeker of Iowa State University, whom you may have seen in some of our webcasts, is presenting a short course, Experiences and Pitfalls in Reliability Data Analysis and Test Planning, on June 9 before the conference begins. Dr. Meeker is also a panelist in a session on Reliability and Quality Control on June 10. That same day, JMP Discovery Summit Europe presenter Heath Rushing of Adsurgo is on the Applications in Text Analytics panel. And Dennis Lin of Penn State University, who appears on Analytically Speaking on June 10, serves on the panel on Developments in Design the next day, June 11.
For the full schedule, view the PDF. And if you like what you see, register. Online registration closes June 5, but you can also register at the door when the conference begins.
Also, note that QPRC attendees receive 20% off JMP Training and Books. Stop by the JMP Training table while at the conference June 11 and 12 for more information.