Analytics 2013 Call for Papers


The first step toward a successful conference is selection of high quality papers. In the past, you have helped us with this important task and I now ask for your help to make the Analytics 2013 London conference a great success.

The 4th International SAS Analytics Conference (Analytics 2013) in Europe will be held June 19 and 20 in the heart of London at the Park Plaza.

Paper Presenters

We want to have a broad array of presenters with papers from across Europe and the US, and from many industries. Presenters can be SAS employees, partners and customers and non-SAS customers, but not our competitors. Paper topics can be SAS analytics solution implementations, general analytics issues or about analytics theory.  SAS will cover the travel and hotel expenditures for paper presenters (one person per paper).

Paper Proposals

Please submit your Analytics 2013 paper proposals to Myles Hannon no later than January 7.

Each paper proposal should include:

Speaker information

  • Current job position - include company name and industry.
  • Education.
  • Links to books, articles and papers
  • Areas of expertise.


  • Analytics area.
  • Paper topic.
  • Industry.
  • Draft paper title (if possible).
  • Short abstract (2-3 lines, if possible).

Paper Approval

We will collect all proposals and review them.  If your paper proposal is accepted by the Analytics 2013 Program Committee, we will then need your paper title, abstract and your picture and profile.


View the Analytics 2013 website. If you have questions about the Analytics 2013 paper selection process or require any other guidance, then please contact Myles Hannon.


About Author

Waynette Tubbs

Editor, Marketing Editorial

Waynette Tubbs is a seasoned technology journalist specializing in interviewing and writing about how leaders leverage advanced and emerging analytical technologies to transform their B2B and B2C organizations. In her current role, she works closely with global marketing organizations to generate content about artificial intelligence (AI), generative AI, intelligent automation, cybersecurity, data management, and marketing automation. Waynette has a master’s degree in journalism and mass communications from UNC Chapel Hill.

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