The submission website is
https://user2019.sciencesconf.org/user/submit. The submission process requires that you create an account on SciencesConf prior to submitting your application.
The submission process requires:
which should be provided at the first step of the submission. At the second step, please provide the list of authors, together with their affiliations.
After submission, you will be sent an email confirming your submission. You can edit your submission until the review process starts (January 18 for tutorials and March 1st for the other submissions).
Tutorials will be 3 hours in length, with a (approximately) 20 minute break included. Tutorials will be presented during the first day (Tuesday), during parallel sessions in the morning and in the afternoon.
Presentations will be 20 minutes in length, including a couple of minutes for questions at the end.
Lightning talks will be 5 minutes in length. We will need to have these uploaded ahead of time, and automatically run from one laptop.
Posters will be printed posters. Poster presenters will also have the option to do a 30 second speed advertisement of their poster during the conference.
The best posters will be awarded prizes by four French scientific groups:
GDR Statistiques & Santé will award a prize for the best poster in “Statistics and Health”
GDR Bioinformatique Moléculaire will award a prize for the best poster in “Bioinformatics”
GDR MASCOT NUM will award a prize for the best poster in “Design, modeling and analysis in computer experiments”
GDR MaDICS will award a prize for the best poster in “Big Data - Data Science”
These prizes will be announced during the conference, after the poster session.
At least one presenter of an accepted abstract must attend the conference, or their presentation will be removed from the program.
Standard registration rates will apply for presenters of contributed presentations except for
winner of the Datathon who will be offered free registration (including tutorials and gala dinner)
accepted tutorial speakers who will be offered free registration (including tutorials and gala dinner)
speakers who have been given a diversity scholarship
PhD students in France can also ask the GDR MaDICS to support their participation to the conference by filling this form.
The submission will be subjected to computer processing. It is processed by computer in order to organize the conference, and provide statistics on the attendees. The recipients of the data will be the organization committee. According to the Data Protection Act of January 6th, 1978, you have a right of access to and rectification of all of your personal data, at any time. If you wish to exercise this right and gain access to your personal data, please write to user2019@R-project.org. You may also oppose the processing of your personal data, for legitimate reasons.