NSF–Sloan Workshop On Practical Privacy 2017

May 8, 2017 all-day
U.S. Census Bureau
4600 Silver Hill Rd
Suitland, MD 20746
By invitation only
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The goal of the workshop is to

  • Contemplate practical implementations of privacy preserving statistical methods by drawing together expertise of academic and governmental researchers
  • Produce short written memos that summarize concrete suggestions for practical applications to specific Census Bureau priority areas.

The workshop is organized by the Labor Dynamics Institute and Cornell NCRN node. Funding for the workshop is provided by the National Science Foundation (CNS-1012593) and the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation.

This is a follow-up to the NSF–Sloan Workshop On Practical Privacy 2016.


Start Duration Topic
9:00 (0h30) Welcome (Lars Vilhuber), housekeeping plan,
Associate Director’s remarks (John M. Abowd)
9:30 (1h15) 2020 Census: Implementation issues using the redistricting data
(20min) Presentation of current work and issues (Phil Leclerc)
(45min) Discussion
(10min) Summary
10:15 (0h10) Coffee break
10:20 (1h15) ACS and 2020 Census: Privacy for households or persons?
(20min) Presentation of current work and issues (Jerry Reiter)
(30min) Discussion
(10min) Summary
11:35 (0h55) Lunch (please choose lunch options here)
12:30 (1h15) Demand for Privacy
(20min) Presentation of current work and issues (Jenny Childs, Ian Schmutte)
(45min) Discussion
(10min) Summary
1:45 (0h15) Coffee break
2:00 (1h10) Economic Census 2017
(30min) Presentation of current work and issues (Jenny Thompson)
(30min) Discussion
(10min) Summary
3:10 Workshop ends

The detailed program can be found here.