The European R Users Meeting comes to Milan

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

When?

June 17 (Wed) -
June 20 (Sat)

Where

Online!

Registrations are now open

Here's how you can get a ticket to attend e-Rum2020:

CovidR pre-conference event

Here's how to take part in the CovidR contest and register to the CovidR pre-conference event:

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

Do you want to help us making #erum2020 a success? Then we need your help!

Let us know 1) when during the conference you will be available to volunteer and 2) which roles you would like to take up, by filling in this form by the 7th of June:

https://shorturl.at/cnprZ

#rstats

We R happy to share with you #erum2020's FINAL PROGRAM, with all confirmed accepted contributions!

Here it is: https://2020.erum.io/program/contributed-sessions/

#rstats

We close this pre-conference event by thanking the the amazing contributions as well as our participants today! You can rewatch this event again here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=08LCM4KQC9Y

If you haven't already done so, register for #erum2020 here https://www.eventbrite.it/e/e-rum2020-tickets-104546978828 and see you there!!

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