useR! 2015 conference in Aalborg

Posted: 06 May 2015 10:17 AM PDT

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The annual R conference bringing together users and developers
from academia and industry is going to be held in Aalborg, Denmark,
this summer, 1-3 July. The day prior to the conference 16 R tutorials
are offered free of charge to the participants. The list of topics include
dplyr, Tessera, Bioconductor, Grid graphics and RHadoop.

In addition to our six invited speakers (Thomas Lumley, Adrian Baddeley,
Di Cook, Steffen Lauritzen, Romain François and Susan Holmes) there will
be organised 29 oral sessions with talks ranging from business, science,
programming and teaching to more broad kaleidoscope presentations.
In addition to these 130+ oral presentations, shorter lightning talks and
posters will make up an interesting programme with R as the main theme!

The social programme of the conference include a welcoming reception
in the newly open House of Music on the waterfront and poster sessions
with drinks and light snacks accompanying the close 100 posters. The
conference dinner will take place in the second largest forest in Denmark,
where competitive games, such as long sawing, axe hurling and archery,
will take place prior to a delicious robbers’ banquet and good drinks.

The early registration deadline is May 10 with registration fees of:
€125 for students, €275 for academics and €425 for industry. After this
deadline an additional €50 (€25 for students) are added to the fee.

The fee includes conference participation, conference t-shirt, meals
and beverages during the conference, welcome reception and poster session.

Home page: http://user2015.math.aau.dk

Register here: http://user2015.math.aau.dk/registration

We look forward to seeing you in Aalborg for useR! 2015

Best wishes,
Torben Tvedebrink
Chair of the useR! 2015 Organising Committee

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