The 22nd ASA/IMS Spring Research Conference (SRC 2015) on Statistics in Industry and Technology will be hosted by Procter & Gamble, and held in Cincinnati, Ohio, at the Hyatt Regency, May 20-22, 2015. The theme of this year's conference is Bridging Statistics Research and Application to Foster Innovation.
The purpose of the SRC is to promote cross-disciplinary research in statistical methods in engineering, science and technology and to stimulate collaboration between researchers in these application areas and industrial practitioners. The setting will encourage the dissemination of current research as well as discussion of important new application and research directions. Keynote Speakers include Vijay Nair (University of Michigan) and Sallie Keller (Virginia Tech).
Topics for invited sessions include reliability, the design and analysis of experiments, computer experiments, big data, quality improvement and control, measurement systems, consumer research, statistical computing, as well as applications to consumer products, the Air Force, and industry and government more broadly.
We encourage you to submit a contributed talk to the conference. Topics of interest include, but are not limited to, those listed above as invited sessions. Any contributions related to the theme and purposes of the conference are encouraged.
To present a contributed talk, please submit a title and abstract via the SRC 2015 website (link provided at bottom of article). You will need to provide your name, affiliation, title, abstract...
The 59th annual Fall Technical Conference (FTC) will be held in Houston on October 8-9, 2015. FTC has long been a forum for both statistics and quality and is co-sponsored by ASQ (Chemical & Process Industries Division and the Statistics Division) and the American Statistical Association (Section on Physical and Engineering Sciences and Section on Quality and Productivity).
If you are interested in presenting an applied or expository paper in any of the three parallel sessions (Statistics, Quality Control, or Tutorial/Case Studies), please contact one of the program committee members below.
•ASQ CPID: Marc Banghart (marc AT asqrd.org)
•ASQ STAT: Mindy Hotchkiss (Mindy.Hotchkiss AT rocket.com)
•ASA SPES: Zhen Wang (Zhen.Wang AT lubrizol.com)
•ASA Q&P: Alix Ann Robertson (aarober AT sandia.gov)
The deadline for abstract submissions is February 28, 2015. Additional information about the abstract submission format is available at the conference website cited here.
On Wednesday, October 1, in conjunction with the Fall Technical Conference, SPES will be sponsoring a short course by Heath Rushing entitled "Text mining and unstructured data analysis methods". Other short courses at the FTC include “Definitive Screening Designs” by Bradley Jones and Christopher Nachtsheim, “Effective Presentations for statisticians” by Jennifer van Mullekom and Stephanie DeHart, and a course on Reliability by William Meeker. More information can be obtained at the accompanying URL below.