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The ASA Q&P Section’s Quality and Productivity Research Conference will be hosted by Arizona State University and held at the DoubleTree by Hilton in Tempe, Arizona, from June 14–16.  The theme is “Integrating Quality and Statistics: A Transformative Alliance.”

The goal of the conference is to stimulate interdisciplinary research among statisticians, scientists, and engineers in quality and productivity, industrial needs, and the physical and engineering sciences.


Contributed papers are being accepted for the conference. To submit, provide the title, authors, and a brief abstract to Steven Rigdon at srigdon@slu.edu by May 1, 2016. Also, indicate your preference for a talk or poster presentation.

Conference registration includes a tour and reception at the Marston Exploration Theater at the Arizona State University School of Earth and Space Exploration. For an additional fee, a short course titled Assessing Model Uncertainty in Applied Bayesian Data Analysis taught by William Guthrie, chief of the National Institute of Standards and Technology Statistical Engineering Division, will be offered before the conference on June 13.

Visit the conference website for more information or contact either Steven Rigdon at srigdon@slu.edu or Rong Pan at rong.pan@asu.edu.

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