Conference on Digital Experimentation, MIT, 14-15 Oct 2016; Deadline 12 Aug
Dear Friends and Colleagues,
I hope this note finds you well!
For the third year, after two very well received conferences, Erik Brynjolfsson, Sandy Pentland and I are again organizing a leading "Summit on Digital Experimentation" on October 14-15 at MIT. Its called The Conference on Digital Experimentation (CODE@MIT)… We’d love for you to be a part of it because we know you are working on cutting edge digital experiments and related work.
We think presenting your work in front of this community would benefit everyone. The community could certainly learn from you and we have managed to convince some of the most well known leaders of digital research to join us as well, so your work would receive feedback from some great people!
The details of this year´s invited speakers are still being finalized and are not yet online, but we have some great speakers committed already. Have a look at the other details of the event at www.codecon.net.
We’d love for you to submit some of your latest work on Digital Experimentation (whether empirical reports of experiments or theoretical work on experimental design and inference).
We intend for this event to establish a lasting community of thinkers that continue to engage one another on this topic for years to come, and we’d like for you to be part of that community.
If you would like to attend: *Simply submit a 3 page abstract to firstname.lastname@example.org and cc email@example.com and **firstname.lastname@example.org by August 12th* (we’d hope you could submit earlier so we can nail down the program in advance, but if you are time constrained, by August 12th is fine).
We sincerely hope you will submit your work and join us in October!
Also: I am sure I forgot many people so *PLEASE FORWARD THIS WIDELY* to friends, colleagues and students!!
Please feel free to ask me any questions you may have!