Physical and Engineering Sciences
News about the Physical and Engineering Sciences Section for April
Greg Steeno discusses the 60th Fall Technical Conference and Greg Piepel talks about the SPES Marquardt Memorial Speakers Program.
A message from the 2017 chair of the Section on Physical and Engineering Sciences, James Wendelberger, discussing the importance and benefits of section membership.
The 2017 Fall Technical Conference will be held at the Sheraton Society Hill in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, October 5–6, 2017. The deadline for abstract submissions is February 28, 2017.
The Spring Research Conference on Statistics in Industry and Technology will take place at Rutgers University May 17–19, 2017. Submit an abstract by January 31, 2017.
SPES had a fantastic year of representation at JSM, sponsoring five invited, two topic-contributed, and four contributed paper sessions, as well as one contributed poster session. Jonathan Hobbs of Jet Propulsion Laboratory was also honored with the Outstanding Presentation Award for the SPES topic-contributed paper.
The latest news from the ASA’s Section on Physical & Engineering Sciences, including information about funds available through its Marquardt Industrial Speakers Program.
The latest news from the ASA’s Section on Physical & Engineering Sciences, including information about its JSM 2016 offerings and its sponsored short course at FTC 2016.
The Section on Physical and Engineering Sciences (SPES) is sponsoring three roundtable sessions at JSM 2016 in Chicago.
The SPES Marquardt Memorial Speakers Program facilitates visits of experienced applied statisticians to interested colleges and universities to give seminars and meet with students and professors. Read on to find out how you can become involved.