StanCon 2020 will be at Oregon State University!
There will be two days of tutorials followed by two days of talks, open discussions, and statistical modeling. Up-to-date details at https://mc-stan.org/events/stancon2020
August 11-14, 2020.
Tuesday and Wednesday, August 11-12, 2020.
Thursday and Friday, August 13-14, 2020.
Oregon State University
Learning Innovation Center
Registration and Submission
Details will be announced soon.
Call for Volunteers
We’re looking for help! If you’d like to:
- be part of the scientific committee to review submissions
- organize tutorials and sessions
- promote StanCon by reaching out to different communities
- artwork, event planning, or a slew of other things
Tutorials, Sessions, Contributed Talks
We’re still working out the schedule for tutorials, sessions, and contributed talks. Once we have details, we’ll make a request for proposals. For those that plan early:
Tutorials: we’re seeking proposals for half-day or full-day tutorials. These can either be focused on foundations of Stan programming and Bayesian inference or advanced topics that can be for a niche audience. Proposals must describe the content and objectives of the tutorial.
Sessions: we’re seeking proposals for thematic sessions. Sessions run in parallel on Thursday afternoon and Friday morning. Sessions will be 5 talks. Proposals must describe the theme, content, and a list of potential speakers.
Contributed talks: if you’d like to present your work at StanCon 2020, we’re looking for people to talk either in the general session or in one of the parallel sessions.
Full details on what, how, and when to submit will be available shortly. If you have any questions or are considering submitting a proposal, feel free to reach out early at email@example.com
We can’t do this without the support of generous sponsors that support our events! If you’re interested in sponsoring StanCon, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Susana Marquez @Susana_Marquez (The Rockefeller Foundation).
- Eric J Ward (University of Washington & NOAA)
- Debashis Mondal. Statistics Department. Oregon State University.
- Yi Zhang. @yizhang Metrum Research Group.
- Daniel Lee. @syclik Generable.
If you’re interested in being part of the organizing team, please email email@example.com.