Munich 2020

10-12 March

We can't meet in Munich next week, so we'll meet online right here. Lack of travel doesn't equate to lack of sharing, exploring and learning.

Scroll down to see the content we'll be sharing on 10-12 March.

Then block your calendars. Reserve a conference room. And tell your colleagues. Unlike our usual Discovery Summits, space is unlimited at Discovery Online. It's free too!

We'll see you and your colleagues right here on 10 March.

Call for content is closed

Return to this site soon to see a listing of selected papers and e-posters for Discovery Summit Munich 2020.


Each year our paper and e-poster presenters are a source of inspiration at Discovery Summit – posing and challenging analytic theories, benchmarking best practices and conceiving innovative concepts.

Presenters will:

  • Share the Discovery Summit Munich 2020 agenda with progressive analytic minds, including our keynote speakers, who are thought leaders in statistics, technology and innovation.
  • Shape the conference conversation about how to apply analytics in forward-looking companies around the globe.
  • Gather feedback from other attendees so you can refine your own analyses.
  • Demonstrate to your colleagues and managers how analytics benefits your organization.
  • Paper presenters: Receive 50% off conference admission.
  • Student presenters: Receive complimentary conference admission.

Who should submit?

Researchers and practitioners from all fields – students, too! Whether your concept is for analytics beginners or more advanced practitioners, we welcome your entry.

Who chooses the papers and e-posters?

The Discovery Summit Munich 2020 Steering Committee. If you are selected to present, you will receive notification in mid-November. Presenters will receive a special invitation to register, so please refrain from registering for the conference via the website until you have heard from us.

What is the steering committee looking for?

Paper presentations that:

  • Show how to use JMP interactively.
  • Instigate conversations and open dialogue about how analytics can be spread across organizations, not stuck in isolated pockets.
  • Describe real-world problems solved by the strategic implementation of analytic methods and statistical techniques.
  • Showcase an interesting application you’ve built with JMP Scripting Language.
  • Describe an “aha!” moment of discovery and how you got there.
  • Advance and shape the application of statistical methods in a multidisciplinary setting.

You may opt to present for 30 or 45 minutes.

Not a paper person? Consider presenting an e-poster.

If your application or research is better suited for a smaller, niche audience, we encourage you to submit an e-poster abstract. E-posters can depict a class assignment, a research project or a business application. Academic, corporate and individual users of JMP may submit entries. E-posters will be judged based on their originality, innovative application and/or the use of visualization to express the data.

We are seeking e-posters that:

  • Exhibit substantial evidence of the nature of a designated problem.
  • Present the method(s) used to reach a viable solution.
  • Provide a solid explanation of that solution.

Any questions?

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Paper and e-poster timeline

  • Friday, 25 Oct., at 17:00 CEST: Call for content ends.
  • Mid-November: Selections announced.
  • Friday, 7 Feb.: Final versions of student e-posters due for those who wish to be eligible for the Best Student E-Poster Award.
  • Friday, 14 Feb.: Final versions of papers, presentation materials and e-posters due.
  • 11-12 March: Paper presentations and e-poster displays occur.

Submission guidelines

  • Title: 25 words or fewer.
  • Abstracts: 150-200 words.
  • Author biographies: 75 words or fewer per author.

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