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NCRN Meeting Spring 2017 - Public Events

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U.S. Census Bureau

4600 Silver Hill Rd

Suitland, MD

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IMPORTANT: Anyone who does not have a U.S. government badge will need to check in at the main gatehouse (across from the metro).

Non-U.S. citizens: chose the appropriate box below, as special arrangements need to be made. Please be sure you have registered at least two weeks before the conference - by close of business Wednesday, April 5, 2017.

You will need a security pass if you bring in a laptop- you can get those at the desk in the main entrance.

Monday, April 24, 2017

8:30-8:35 Opening Remarks - NCRN Coordinating Office - Lars Vilhuber

8:35-8:45 Opening Remarks - John Eltinge, Ass. Dir., Research and Methodology Directorate, Census Bureau

8:45-10:15 Research Session I [Census auditorium] Linkage and Geography

  • Jared Murray, "Probabilistic Record Linkage after Indexing, Blocking and Filtering" (CMU) (25 minutes)
  • David Folch, “Neighbors: The MAF provides new insights into the spatial organization of the American population” (Colorado/Tennessee) (25 minutes)
  • Matthew Simpson, “A Multiscale Spatial Approach to Change of Statistics” (Missouri) (25 minutes)
  • Discussion (TBD) 15 minutes

10:15-10:30 Break

10:30-12:00 Research Session II: [Census auditorium] Looking Forward

  • Bruce Spencer, “Issues in estimating 2020 census cost-accuracy and cost-risk curves within a cost-benefit analysis framework”(Northwestern node) (25 minutes)
  • Carol Caldwell, “Economic Census 2017” (US Census Bureau) (25 minutes)
  • Ian Schmutte, "Demand for privacy" (Cornell) (25 minutes)
  • Discussion (15 minutes)

12:15-1:15 PI-only Meeting (by invitation only) [Conference room 4] working lunch at Census Bureau (separate room, catered lunch)

1:30-3:00 Research Session III [Census auditorium] Privacy and Confidentiality

  • Jerry Reiter, "Differentially Private Verification of regression model results" (Duke) (25 minutes)
  • Chris Clifton, "Random Partitioning to address Scale problems in Data Privacy", (Purdue) (25 minutes)
  • Kobbi Nissim, "Formal Privacy Models and Title 13" (Georgetown) (25 minutes)
  • Discussion (15 minutes)

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