8th International Conference on Multiple Comparison Procedures
MCP 2013 Southampton University, UK
Southampton University, UK | July 8 - July 11, 2013
Biometrical Journal will publish a special issue of refereed articles of MCP 2013. The goal of this special issue is to provide a topical collection of high-level scientific papers presented at the conference. All papers will be subject to the peer review process of the Biometrical Journal.
Participants of MCP2013 who presented talks at MCP2013 are encouraged to submit manuscripts to this special issue.
Manuscript Submission Deadline: 31 October 2013
The special issue is handled through the website of the Biometrical Journal as any other paper submitted to the journal, except that the editing and the review process will be conducted by the Special Issue Editors: Frank Bretz, Jason Hsu, Martin Posch and Wei Liu.
Please submit your manuscript at
To submit to the special issue login at MC (manuscript central), indicate at Step 1 that the submission is to a special issue and at Step 4 of the submission process enter "MCP 2013" in the Special Issue Information field.
Submitted manuscripts should comply with the instructions for authors of Biometrical Journal, at
Special issues of the past two MCP conferences can be viewed at
If you need any further information, please contact the Special Issue editors or the editors of the Biometrical Journal.
Frank Bretz: email@example.com
Jason Hsu: firstname.lastname@example.org
Martin Posch: Martin.Posch@meduniwien.ac.at
Wei Liu: W.Liu@maths.soton.ac.uk
Invited Speakers and
MCP-2011 - Washington
MCP-2009 - Japan
MCP-2007 - Vienna
MCP-2005 - Shanghai
MCP-2002 - Bethesda
MCP-2000 - Berlin
MCP-1996 - Tel Aviv
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