Message to the community: Our considerations regarding COVID-19

We are all affected by the corona crisis and there is no exception for the useR! 2020 European Hub conference and the conference organizing team. In this message to the community we would like to make the current state of our considerations transparent.None of us know what the upcoming months will be like. We are all hoping that in July everything will have gone back to normal, but it is simply not possible to know.

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Extended Abstract Submission Deadline

The submission portal will stay open for another month, the new Abstract Submission Deadline is April 15th. The reason for our decision is the current Corona crisis. We (and probably also you) need more time to plan the next steps. We will keep you posted.

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Call for Abstracts

The submission portal is now open! (

useR!2020 invites R enthusiasts from around the world to submit abstracts for the 2020 conference in Munich, Germany. The meeting will feature different formats and a diverse field of speakers and participants. There will be plenty of opportunities for discussions, networking and spending some quality time in Bavaria’s capital. Abstracts can be submitted in one of the following categories

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Be a Sponsor!

We want to offer the participants of the useR!2020 European Hub – graduate students, academic staff, and professors as well as private- and public-sector employees – the best possible conference experience. In order to achieve this goal we need you as a sponsor. This role will make you and your company or organization highly visible in a community of one of the industry-leading data science tools. Further, it will allow you to be in contact with interested job seekers, and academic or industry partners.

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Call for Tutorials

We welcome proposals for tutorials for the UseR! 2020 satellite event in Munich on July 7-10. We will consider any topic as long as the tutorial targets a broad audience from the R community. We will host three tutorials running in parallel for approximately 3 hours.

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