|EuSpRIG 2019: The World’s Leading Spreadsheet Risk Management Conference|
EuSpRIG@20: Future research opportunities, new directions and key remaining unsolved problems.
The EuSpRIG annual conference in 2019 marks twenty years since the formation of EuSpRIG as a learned society concerned with spreadsheet risk management. During this time EuSpRIG has published over 150 peer-reviewed scientific papers on different aspects of the spreadsheet error, risk and control issues. We have publicised the significant spreadsheet related failures of key organisations. We have changed the attitude of the main financial regulators to this significant corporate risk. We have influenced the audit behaviour of the large accounting firms and the perception and management of spreadsheet risk within most of the largest corporates. We have provided free-to-view evidence-based guidance on all aspects of our work on www.arxiv.org. This year our theme is to focus on the key remaining unsolved problems, the many opportunities for continued research and innovation and the fascinating new directions that spreadsheet research can take over the next 20 years.
The European Spreadsheet Risk Interest Group Conference (EuSpRIG 2019) will be held at
|Call for Papers|
EuSpRIG (www.eusprig.org) is the premier conference for the latest research, experience, tools and technologies available for managing the power and responsibility held by spreadsheets in commerce, industry and government today..
We are seeking the following types of submission:
Academic papers will be double-blind refereed by established referees co-ordinated through the programme committee chair. Presentations will be reviewed by the EuSpRIG committee.
Submissions to EuSpRIG 2019 may not have already been published in a journal or conference proceedings, nor presented at another conference. Moreover, they may not be currently under consideration for publication or presentation elsewhere. Only papers and presentations that are accepted and presented in person will be published.
To submit a paper, please read the author guidelines and Patrick O’Beirne’s insightful article “How to write a successful EuSpRIG paper” www.eusprig.org/How to_write_a_successful_EuSpRIG_paper.pdf
Please have your paper proof read by friends and colleagues and then email a Microsoft Word / RTF compatible paper, complying with the EuSpRIG guidelines as above to sthorne at cardiffmet dot ac dot uk. Most of the full papers previously accepted and presented at EuSpRIG are available on the EuSpRIG website http://www.eusprig.org/conference-abstracts.htm which potential authors are invited to consult for guidance and references.
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