You have less than a week to enter the call for papers
Mar 23, 2016 10:57 AM
Last week, we heard from some amazing presenters at Discovery Summit Europe. Their topics varied greatly, but they all had at least one thing in common: They took the time to enter the call for papers.
Sending your abstract in is the first step, and it’s an easy one. But time is running out. You have until Monday, March 28, at 9 a.m. ET to take this step.
If you think you’d like to present at our upcoming Discovery Summit, which will be held Sept. 19-23 at SAS world headquarters, we hope you will answer the call for papers.
How do you do that?
All you have to do is submit an abstract – only 150 to 200 words are required – telling us how you are using JMP to solve real problems. You may opt to present a paper or a poster; the choice is yours.
Then leave the rest to the steering committee. In late April, committee members will select presenters from the pool of entrants. If you’re chosen, you’ll present at the conference and attend for half the price.
Paper and poster presentations are an important part of every summit. Your unique perspective on the use of analytics in your field could leave fellow Discovery Summit attendees inspired and better prepared to do their jobs and implement sound strategies.
Would it help to see examples of papers and posters that have been accepted? Visit the Discovery Summit series page in the JMP User Community and select a previous conference to see materials by paper and poster presenters.
We hope to hear from you! Remember: The deadline to submit an abstract is March 28 at 9 a.m. ET.