Fifth Symposium on Statistical Challenges in Electronic Commerce Research
The Heinz College's iLab Center for Digital Media Research is pleased to announce the fifth annual symposium on Statistical Challenges in eCommerce Research (SCECR 09). The theme for this year's symposium is Digital Media Research.
We invite submission of papers that highlight how increasing digitization in media industries and online distribution of content (television shows, movies, music, books) create empirical opportunities as well as statistical challenges. We also invite submissions that highlight statistical challenges in other domains of ecommerce research such as online auctions, consumer profiling using web click-streams, search engine advertising, empirical models for large dynamic ecommerce data sets, and modeling/ mining spatial ecommerce data.
The deadline for submitting a two page abstract is March 1, 2009. Authors of the accepted papers will be notified via email by March 20, 2009.
For more information, please see the call for papers.
Andrei Broder, Fellow and Vice President for Search and Computational Advertising in Yahoo Research, and Chief Scientist of Yahoo's Advertising Technology Group. Andrei Broder's presentation.
SCECR 2009 Program Chairs
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Hosts and sponsors
SCECR 2009 is hosted by the Heinz College's iLab Center for Digital Media Research at Carnegie Mellon University. SCECR 2009 is supported by Yahoo.
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