Location: ILR NYC Conference Center, 16 East 34th Street, 6th Floor, New York, NY 10016
Registration: Registration closed Sept 7, 2014.
Day 1: free
Day 2: $35 (includes group breakfast and group lunch)
Day 1 + group dinner + Day 2: $75
Registration fees are charged based on your registration choices. You will be contacted separately after registration.
Logistics: The ILR NYC Conference Center is conveniently located in midtown Manhattan. Directions can be obtained here.
Airport: Newark (EWR), LaGuardia (LGA) and JFK airports can be used, as can Amtrak trains.
Hotel: A block of rooms has been reserved for the nights of September 10-13, 2014 at The Jolly Madison Towers (25 rooms available on 9/10; 25 rooms available on 9/11; 5 rooms available on 9/12). You need to make your own room reservation, which should be done by calling the hotel directly at 212-802-0677. Please mention that the event is the NCRN Meeting. The cutoff date to reserve a room is
July 27, 2014 August 4, 2014.
Thursday, September 11, 2014
11:00-1:00 (by invitation only) PI-only meeting (lunch will be served) [Room D]
1:00-1:15 Opening remarks [TBD]
1:15-4:00 Research Session I: Statistics of Non-standard Data (Organizer: Lars Vilhuber, Cornell, Chair:
Connie Citro, National Academies) [Room A/1]
- 1:15 Jennifer Parker (CDC) "Geographic linkages between NCHS population health surveys and air quality measures"
- 1:45 Abe Dunn, Eli Liebman, and Adam Shapiro (BEA), "Decomposing Medical-Care Expenditure Growth"
- 2:15 Michael Spiller (CDC) "Respondent-Driven Sampling Estimation and the National HIV Behavioral Surveillance System"
- 2:45 Discussion: Bill Eddy (CMU)
- 3:15 Questions and discussion
4:00-4:30 Coffee break
4:30-5:30 Meeting PIs, Census Bureau, NSF [Room D]
7:00-9:00 Group dinner [registration required]
Friday, September 12, 2014
8:00-9:00 Coffee and breakfast
9:00-12:30 Research Session II: Geo-spatial statistics (Organizers: Scott Holan, U of Missouri and Seth Spielman, University of Colorado-Boulder; Chair: Seth Spielman, University of Colorado-Boulder) (each paper 25 minutes) [Room A/1]
- 9:00 Seth Spielman, "Designer Geographies: Tabulation zones that fit" (Colorado Node)
- 9:25 Daniel G. Brown, "Change in Impervious Surface Area in Southeastern Michigan Before and After the “Great Recession", (School of Natural Resources and Environment, University of Michigan, co-authored with Courtney R. Wilson)
- 9:50 Rebecca Steorts "Constrained Smoothed Bayesian Estimation" (CMU)
- 10:15 == Coffee break ==
- 10:25 Jonathan Bradley "Mixed Effects Modeling for Multivariate-Spatio-Temporal Areal Data" (University of Missouri)
- 10:50 Harrison Quick "Bayesian Marked Point Process Modeling for Generating Fully Synthetic Public Use Data with Point-Referenced Geography" (University of Missouri)
- 11:15 Discussant: Kevin Konty (Director of the Methodology Division of the New York City Department of Health)
12:30- 1:30 Group lunch [Room A/1]