Call for papers

For the 7th Annual ENBIS Conference

Dortmund, Germany

September 24-26, 2007



ENBIS invites presentations from a wide range of applications: industry, manufacturing, administration, marketing, sales, risk management, logistics and service. Contributions about innovative applications that have made an impact on the overall success of the respective business or industry are especially welcomed. Practitioners from industry and business are invited to present their experiences, problems and current solutions. Topics that, historically, have received much attention at ENBIS conferences are:

  • Design of experiments
  • Data mining/warehousing
  • General statistical modelling
  • Reliability and Safety
  • Operational Risk Management
  • Process Modelling and Control
  • Quality improvement
  • Statistical consultancy
  • Measurement uncertainty
  • Pharma (non-clinical)
  • Teaching Statistics
  • Six-Sigma
  • Computer Experiments
  • Statistical methods in marketing

Submission of Abstracts

Submission of abstracts is now closed. The abstracts of the contributed presentations are listed here.

Submission of Papers

Submission of papers is now closed. Submitted papers will appear on the conference CD.


Contributors can choose the format of their contribution. Either they can choose to present their work in an oral presentation or they can opt for a poster-supported short presentation. Oral presentations will generally be 20 minutes including 5 minutes for questions. Poster-supported short presentations will be 2-3 minutes long and will be followed by a special poster session where participants can interact with the presenters.


Best oral and best poster-supported presentations will be awarded with prizes from the conference sponsors.

Special issue of Quality and Reliability Engineering International

A special issue of (QREI) featuring selected papers from the conference has been scheduled.

Conference Language

The official language for all conference contributions is English. No translation facilities will be available.