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We Called, You Submitted

Because the Discovery Summit is JMP’s most prestigious event of the year, we want to ensure that each paper and every keynote is the kind of talk that keeps you talking. Thanks to you and your fabulous paper abstract submissions for the September event, we’re headed in the right direction.

Through personal requests, e-mail blasts to our user lists, and via every other channel we knew to use, we asked you to submit abstracts for consideration for the Discovery Summit. And you answered our call for papers. Thank you!

The 100-plus abstracts you submitted represent a myriad of industries, all kinds of application areas and even a variety of JMP products. The papers you pitched range from novice to expert levels, promising that the paper line-up can have something for every user.

Of course, we can’t fit 100 papers into a two-and-a-half-day conference, so that number will have to come down significantly. That’s where the Discovery Summit Steering Committee comes in. Today, this group of dedicated customers and advisors will begin the paper selection process. They’ll take into consideration quite a few factors, with the goal of creating a world-class conference. If your paper is selected, you will be notified on or before April 29.

From what I’ve seen of the abstracts, this selection process will be anything but easy. If you’re a past attendee and/or someone who’s planning on joining us in Denver this year, comment on this post. Let the Committee know what you’d like to see in this year’s papers. It never hurts to ask.

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Manny Uy wrote:

As a member of the Discovery Summit Steering Committee, I am ecstatic about the large turnout in paper submissions. It reflects on our hopes that this conference will be a truly world-class conference highlighting the wonderful applications of JMP that touch people's lives. Even though it will be difficult to have to choose among so many deserving papers, it will be worth the effort because it advances Discovery Summit's objective to become one of the elite international conferences to attend annually.