[Busec] Free event at MIT: Voting Integrity: Past, Present and Future,

Sharon Goldberg goldbe at cs.bu.edu
Mon Sep 26 13:55:18 EDT 2011


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From: Be Blackburn <be at csail.mit.edu>

Hi all,
 please register for this Free all day event on EventBrite now.
We'd hate to run out of food for breaks!

Voting Integrity: Past, Present and Future
     Hosted by The Caltech/MIT Voting Technology Project
     Saturday, October 1, 2011: 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
     32-123, Stata Center at MIT, 32 Vassar Street, Cambridge, MA

     This conference will present an overview of the various and vital
elements of election integrity. Speakers will look back at the 35-year
period that led to the November 2000 presidential election, examine
the progress made since then, and look at the decade ahead.

     Three panel presentations:

     PAST: Moderator, Peter Neumann, Principal Scientist at SRI
International, moderator of the ACM Risks Forum
     Eva Waskell and Kurt Hyde, Co-chairs of The First National
Symposium on Security and Reliability of Computers in the Electoral
Process held in Boston in 1986
     Roy G. Saltman, Researcher and author
     Douglas Kellner, Co-chair of the New York State Board of Elections
     William Gardner, New Hampshire Secretary of State

     PRESENT: Moderator, Pam Fessler, National Public Radio
     Pamela Smith, President, Verified Voting
     Dan Wallach, Associate Professor, Rice University, Department of
Computer Science
     Ian Piper, Dominion Voting Systems Corporation
     Carolyn Crnich, Clerk/Recorder & Registrar of Voters, Humboldt
County, Eureka, California

     FUTURE: Moderator, To Be Announced
     Philip Stark, Professor of Statistics, University of California, Berkeley
     Luther Weeks, Executive Director of CTVotersCount.org and
Connecticut Citizen Election Audit Coalition
     Ronald Rivest, Professor of Electrical Engineering and Computer
Science at MIT
     Dana DeBeauvoir, Travis County Clerk, Austin, Texas

MIT Professor Ronald Rivest will moderate a wrap-up session.

     Admission is free, with pre-registration required. There will be
a Q&A period following each panel. The public is invited to visit the
following web site for more information:
         Click on "Read more" for the agenda and the link to register.
         For questions, contact eippf2011 at lists.csail.mit.edu

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Sharon Goldberg
Computer Science, Boston University
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