**Sunday, August 3**

2:00-3:50pm Recent Advances in Spatial Methodology for Federal Surveys - Topic Contributed Papers, Rm. CC-156C

Organizer(s): __Scott Holan__, University of Missouri, Chair(s): __Christopher K. Wikle__, University of Missouri

The Poisson Change of Support Problem with Applications to the American Community Survey — Jonathan R Bradley, University of Missouri; __Christopher K Wikle__, University of Missouri; __Scott Holan__, University of Missouri

A Fully Bayesian Approach for Generating Synthetic Marks and Geographies for Confidential Data — Harrison Quick, University of Missouri; __Scott Holan__, University of Missouri; __Christopher K Wikle__, University of Missouri; __Jerome P Reiter__, Duke University

Flexible Bayesian Methodology for Multivariate Spatial Small Area Estimation — Aaron T Porter, University of Missouri Department of Statistics; __Scott Holan__, University of Missouri; __Christopher K Wikle__, University of Missouri

Spatio-Temporal Modeling of U.S. State-To-State Migration Flows — Trevor Oswald, University of Missouri

Improving the American Community Survey Margins of Error Through Data-Driven Regionalization — __Seth Spielman__, University of Colorado; David Folch, University of Colorado

4:00-5:50pm Bayesian Nonparametric Methods and Some Applications — Contributed Papers, Rm. CC-207

Tensor Factorization Transformation Priors for Density Regression — Jared Murray, Duke University

**Monday, August 4**

8:30-10:20am Genomic Privacy: Risk and Protection Methods — Invited Papers, Rm. CC-151A

Scalable Privacy-Preserving Data Sharing Methodology for Genome-Wide Association Studies - Fei Yu, Carnegie Mellon University; __Stephen Fienberg__, Carnegie Mellon University; Aleksandra Slavkovi, Penn State University ; Caroline Uhler, Institute of Science and Technology Austria

8:30-10:20am Using Linked Survey and Administrative Data to Assess Measurement Error in Household Surveys — Topic Contributed Papers, Rm. CC-156-B, Organizer(s): Bruce Meyer, University of Chicago, Chair(s:__ Lars Vilhuber, Cornell University__

8:30-10:20am Nonresponse Adjustment - 2 — Contributed Papers, Rm. CC-208

Missing Data in Afghanistan: a Latent Class Examination of Item Non-Response — Ann Arthur, Gallup Research Center, University of Nebraska-Lincoln; Jill Heese, Gallup Research Center, University of Nebraska-Lincoln; __Allan McCutcheon__, Gallup Research Center, University of Nebraska-Lincoln

10:30-12:20pm Employment Dynamics: Data and Statistical Modeling - Invited Papers, Rm. CC-153A

Organizer(s):__ John M Abowd__, Cornell University, ILR School, Chair(s): __Scott Holan__, University of Missouri

The Structure and Dynamics of U.S. Labor Market Networks — Kevin McKinney, U.S. Census Bureau; __John M Abowd__, Cornell University, ILR School

Measurement of Displacement Events and Their Consequences —__ Lars Vilhuber__, Cornell University; Kalyani Raghunathan, Cornell University

**Tuesday, August 5**

8:30-10:20am Bayesian Time Series and Dynamic Models — Invited Papers, Rm. CC-204A

Organizer(s): __Scott Holan__, University of Missouri, Chair(s): William Nicholson, Cornell University

An Approach for Identifying and Predicting Economic Recessions in Real-Time Using Time-Frequency Functional Models — __Scott Holan__, University of Missouri; Wen-Hsi Yang, CSIRO Computational Informatics; David Scott Matteson, Cornell University; __Christopher K Wikle__, University of Missouri

8:30-10:20am Recent Advances in Multiple Imputation — Topic Contributed Papers, Rm. CC-257A

Combining Information from Multiple Sources in Bayesian Modeling — Tracy Schifeling, Duke University; __Jerome P Reiter__, Duke University

Synthetic Longitudinal Business Databases for International Comparisons — Jörg Drechsler, Institute of Employment Research; __Lars Vilhuber__, Cornell University

8:30-10:20am Speed Session #4: Topics in Epidemiology and Survey Research Methods, Part 1 — Contributed Poster Presentations, Rm. CC-255

Releasing Synthetic Microdata for Magnitude Tabular Data — Lan Wei, Duke; __Jerome P. Reiter__, Duke University

10:30-12:20pm Disclosure, Confidentiality, Privacy — Contributed Papers, Rm. CC-257B

Nested Dirichlet Process Model for Household Dataset Synthesis — Jingchen Hu, Duke University; __Jerome P Reiter__, Duke University

10:30-12:20pm Classroom Activities and Capstone Projects — Contributed Papers, Rm. CC-260

Choose-Your-Own Capstone Adventure: Providing Flexible Paths for Undergraduate Majors — Rebecca Nugent, Carnegie Mellon University Department of Statistics

11:35-12:20pm Speed Session #4: Topics in Epidemiology and Survey Research Methods, Part 2 — Contributed Poster Presentations, Rm. CC-Exhibit Hall B2

Releasing Synthetic Microdata for Magnitude Tabular Data - Lan Wei, Duke University; __Jerome P. Reiter__, Duke University

2:00-3:50pm Modeling and Analysis of Complex Biomedical Data - Contributed Papers, Rm. CC-105

Bayesian Data Editing for Continuous Microdata — Hang Joon Kim, Duke University and National Institute of Statistical Sciences; __Jerome P Reiter__, Duke University ; __Alan F Karr__, National Institute of Statistical Sciences - Director; Quanli Wang, Duke University; Lawrence H Cox, National Institute of Statistical Sciences

**Wednesday, August 6**

10:30-12:30pm Current Research on the Use of Paradata to Examine Multiple Error Sources Simultaneously in the Total Survey Error Framework — Topic Contributed Papers, CC-156A

Changes in Interviewer-Related Error Over the Course of the Field Period: An Empirical Examination Using Paradata and Behavior Codes — Kristen Olson, University of Nebraska, Lincoln; Antje Kirchner, University of Nebraska-Lincoln

10:30 - 12:20pm Contributed Oral Poster Presentations: Survey Research Methods Section — Contributed Poster Presentations, Rm. CC-Exhibit Hall B2

A Bayesian Approach to Incorporating Uncertainty in Record Linkage — Nicole Dalzell, Duke University

2:00-3:50pm Phenomenological and Mechanistic Models for Temporal Environmental Processes — Contributed Papers, Rm. CC-157A

Time-Frequency Functional Models for Categorical Time Series — Yuelei Sui; __Scott Holan__, University of Missouri; __Christopher K Wikle__, University of Missouri

**Thursday, August 7**

8:30-10:20am Social Statistics Section Student Paper Competition — Topic Contributed Papers, Rm. CC-203

Detecting Duplicate Homicide Records Using a Bayesian Partitioning Model — Mauricio Sadinle, Carnegie Mellon University

10:30-12:30pm Human Rights Violations: How Do We Begin Counting the Dead? — Invited Papers, Rm. CC-206A

The Seventh Sense: Bayesian and Frequentist Applications to Human Rights Violations — Rebecca C. Steorts, Carnegie Mellon University

(*underlined names are PIs of NCRN grants)