You are cordially invited to submit a contributed talk or poster to the conference. Topics for contributed talks and posters are expected to cover a wide range of areas including, but not limited to design and analysis of experiments, modern computing, uncertainty quantification, computer experiments, machine learning, methods on quality improvement and measurement system and applications of data science in business, industry and government policy making. Research on other potential topics that are related to the conference theme will also be considered, and authors of such work are encouraged to submit abstracts.

To present a contributed talk or poster, please email a title and abstract of your paper, including your name and affiliation, to the Contributed Program Chair, Dr. Han Xiao, at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. using the subject line as in “Subject: SRC 2017—Rutgers”. The deadline for abstract submission is extended to February 28, 2017. If the number of submitted abstracts is so large that all of them cannot be accommodated within the planned contributed sessions, we may consider switching some contributed talks to be posters.

Student Scholarship: SRC will continue the conference tradition of providing scholarships to selected students who present contributed talks or posters. To apply for a scholarship, please visit the page of Scholarships at the conference website:


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