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[liberationtech] Election Integrity: Past, Present and Future, October 1 @ MIT

Steve Weis steveweis at gmail.com
Wed Sep 21 13:39:29 PDT 2011


There is an upcoming event on election integrity which I thought might
be of interest to liberationtech:

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Election 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

Info: http://vote.caltech.edu/drupal/node/389
Registration: http://www.eventbrite.com/event/2127905623

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. For questions, contact
eippf2011 at lists.csail.mit.edu



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