The European R Users Meeting comes to Milan

Data science is writing the future.
Come and leave a mark on it!

e-RUM2020 is SOLD OUT!
Registrations are closed.

When?

June 17 (Wed) -
June 20 (Sat)

Where

Online!

Registrations are closed!

The event is sold-out. Registrations are closed.

Schedule

Download the detailed schedule of e-Rum 2020 to discover when and where all talks of the conference will take place!

Come and network with the top players of the R World!

The European R users meeting (eRum) is a biennial conference that brings the R User Community of Europe together to exchange experiences, broaden knowledge of R and collaborate.

eRum is an open event, and it welcomes expert and skillful practitioners as well as people who just want to take a peek on the future of data science. eRum aims to provide a platform for the creation of new collaborations and for sharing experiences. eRum is a no profit conference, and this year it will be a totally virtual event, with free access for everyone.

Calendar

May 29

CovidR pre-conference event

June 16

Pre-conference hackathon

June 17-19

Conference

June 20

Workshops

Deadlines

e-Rum2020 submissions

Call for contributed talks and workshops: December 11, 2019 – January 29, 2020

Notification of acceptance for workshops: February 26, 2020

Notification of acceptance for all other contributions: March 4, 2020

Registration

Conference registrations: May 15 – June 14, 2020

Program publication

Program Announcement: March 25, 2020

CovidR contest

CovidR contest submissions: April 17 – May 22, 2020

CovidR pre-conference event registrations: May 4 – May 22, 2020

Notification of acceptance for CovidR finalists: May 25, 2020

Events

CovidR pre-conference event: May 29, 2020

Hackathon (satellite event): June 16, 2020

e-Rum2020 conference: June 17 – June 19, 2020

e-Rum2020 workshops: June 20, 2020

Keynote Speakers

Data visualization & Shiny

Sharon Machlis

Director of Editorial Data & Analytics
IDG Communications

R Applications

Jared Lander

Chief Data Scientist
Lander Analytics

R in Life Sciences

Stephanie Hicks

Assistant Professor
Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health

Machine Learning & Models

Francesco Bartolucci

 Professor of Statistics
University of Perugia

R in Production

Kelly O'Briant

Solutions Engineer
RStudio

R World

Tomas Kalibera

Researcher 
Czech Technical University

eRum in numbers

previous edition

+ 1

Long talks, lightning talks and workshops

+ 1

Nationalities of our Speakers and Attenders

+ 1

R Professionals expected

Sponsors

Platinum sponsors

Gold sponsors

Bronze sponsors

In-kind sponsors

Organizers

Patronage

Organizing partners

Last from #eRum2020

Many thanks to the organizers of #erum2020 for inviting me to present the R package LMest (https://cran.r-project.org/web/packages/LMest/index.html). Here the slides of my presentation: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1-QZrmhdHCquJ0AWsCDeJdmusNwraD_EL/view?usp=sharing

Many attendees asked if the #eRum2020 talks will be uploaded on our YouTube channel. The answer is: YES, we're working on it! Just give us some time to review and upload all recordings - it is a lot of material and you can imagine how this can take some time. Stay tuned! #RStats

Today I held an amazing workshop as co-author with @LubomirStepanek at #rstats conference @erum2020_conf #eRum2020 on "Image processing and computer vision with R". Thanks to all attendees for the great feedback. You can find materials for my part here
https://github.com/Kyoshido/workshop_e-Rum2020_darknet

The morning session of the #eRum2020 workshops have started! For any technical questions, please use the dedicated Slack channels where you will find a dedicated team of assistants for each workshop #RStats

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