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2019 Analytics Solutions Conference 

Discover how data-driven tools can transform your business from R&D to production

 

Call for Speakers

Do you have a story to tell? Share your industrial analytics success with us. We invite you to submit an abstract to speak at the 2019 Analytics Solutions Conference.

Stat-Ease and Camo Analytics are partnering together to host the premier conference on the practical applications of industrial analytics. Topics feature industrial analytics methods; in particular design of experiments (DOE), multivariate analysis (MVA) and process analytical technology (PAT). We want to know how using these tools solved your problems within research & development, and manufacturing environments.

The 2019 Analytics Solutions Conference is the perfect venue to learn how others are using these statistical techniques to dramatically impact the bottom line. Industries include, but are not limited to: pharmaceutical, medical device, electronics, food science, oil and gas, chemical processes, and aerospace. 

The program committee is looking for presentations that:

  •         Describe real-world problems solved by implementing industrial analytics tools.
  •        Contain innovative or visionary use of DOE, MVA, or PAT methods
  •         Illustrate a successful DOE using Design-Expert® software, including what breakthroughs were made and lessons learned.
  •         Showcase business results achieved using multivariate analysis (MVA) with Unscrambler® software.
  •         Inspire others to use industrial analytics.

Submit abstracts (up to 1 page) to Shari Kraber: shari@statease.com

Speakers (one per presentation) will be given discounted registration rates.

The conference will include pre-conference workshops, keynote speakers, and some fun evening events.

Abstracts must include:

Author Name
Affiliation
Phone number
Mailing address
Email address
Abstract – limited to 1 page
Time Preference: 25 or 50 minute talk (Availability of times is limited and final selection is at the discretion of the organizers)

Abstract Submission Deadline: February 15, 2019