Newsletter January 2020

We wish you all the best for 2020! We hope it will be a fruitful and inspiring year for you all, and we hope to contribute to that by organizing a great conference in Antwerp. In this newsletter, you can find more information about the conference.

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About the SIG 27 conference

The SIG 27 conference will take place from August 19th to August 21st! We promise three days full of interesting sessions, discussions and meeting up with colleagues in the beautiful city of Antwerp. We are very proud to announce our keynote speakers Johanna Kaakinen, Inge Molenaar and Eco de Geus. Their keynotes will discuss the full scope of process measures, and we expect insightful and inspiring talks. On top of that, we are planning both basic and advanced workshops. Finally, the social events give you a taste of what Antwerp has to offer, although we suggest you stay for the weekend for some more time to explore the beautiful city as you won't want to miss any sessions! You could visit the Antwerp diamond district, which forms the inspiration for our conference theme: Sharpening the facets of online measures: Research at the cutting edge. Check our conference website for more information, we hope to see you all there!

SIG 27 conference deadline: January 31st

Don't miss the submission deadline! The deadline for submitting your contribution is January 31st. We host several types of sessions, including the famous no-or-not-so-perfect-data session. Also, note that poster presenters will compete for the SIG 27 poster award. You can find more information here

Call for reviewers

We would like to ask all members to act as a reviewer for the conference so we can assure high-quality peer review. JURE members can act as reviewers for JURE submissions. Please sign up to be a reviewer before January 31st by logging in to the EARLI dashboard (instructions can be found here).